McCain: Collaborate more with allies

chuam

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LOS ANGELES - Republican John McCain on Wednesday called for the United States to work more collegially with democratic allies and live up to its duties as a world leader, drawing a sharp contrast to the past eight years under President Bush.

"Our great power does not mean we can do whatever we want whenever we want, nor should we assume we have all the wisdom and knowledge necessary to succeed," the likely presidential nominee said in a speech to the Los Angeles World Affairs Council. "We need to listen to the views and respect the collective will of our democratic allies," McCain added.

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Yaaawnnn;


How many nations in the "coalition of the willing" ? When facing a challenge, a good warrior would rather have a "few good men" rather than a whole regiment of whining, whimpering, cut-and-run libbies !
 

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It is not a contrast to Pres. Bush. Bush has worked with many leaders and had build great coalitions. Just so happens that most of them didn't have the nuts to tough it out. And when the going got tough, they tucked their tail and ran.
 

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mdhntr;

When someone lacks the gonads, tucks tail and skates..we call that "cut and run"...a liberal battle tactic !
 

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Who cares if Bush gets thrown under the bus. Bush is the equivalent of a typical democrat of 45 to 50 years ago. Honorable, liberal and wrong. What's funny is that Chuam thinks that conservatives like either Bush or Mccain or care what happens to them. S/T
 


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