Reed and McCain Sitting in a Tree

Oh the irony.

The McCain campaign has been long concerned about whether conservative Christian voters would fall in line this fall. But last week Ralph Reed, the first executive director of the Christian Coalition and an unsuccessful 2006 candidate for Georgia lieutenant governor, invited well-heeled folks to a “very special event” — that means a fundraiser — for McCain in downtown Atlanta on Aug. 18.

14 comments

  1. GOPeach says:

    Erick-

    You know Ralph is going beyond the call of duty to help McCain. Good Lord – this is a very nol;e gesture. He knows what time it is!

    The conservatives have had time to heal and now it is time to not vote for McCain… but vote for America! Obama is nuts!!! Completely!!!!

    I am with Reed! I am not campaigning FOR McCAIN ( honestly) … I am campaigning AGAINST OBAMA! That is what time it is!

  2. Peach, we get the same argument every four years. “Vote for this guy, because the other guy is worse!”

    And we’re suckers. We fall for it every time, so we can have “a seat at the table.” But all we get is a seat at their feet, catching a few crumbs here and there.

    Not me. Not this year. Nope.

  3. IndyInjun says:

    “How can Bob Barr defeat Obama? ”

    By getting 50% of the electoral votes, plus one, after the people of the USA suddenly come to their senses and decide to quit voting in charlatans who are ruining us all.

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