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Breaking: Newsmax "McCain Likely to Endorse Romney"

Former presidential candidate and Arizona Sen. John McCain is likely to endorse Mitt Romney in the 2012 race for the White House, conservative sources tell The Hill.

http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/mccain-endorse-romney-gin...

We all know how it went the other way around:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSdiQs2srws



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Quick way to discredit

Quick way to discredit McCain:

Show whoever you're talking to the recent bill he sponsored that declares the U.S. a battlefield.

A McCain endorsement may hurt Romney.

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:)

OH NO! I bet his numbers are

OH NO! I bet his numbers are going to surge after that endorsement!

who cares?

who cares?

The common denominator

They are all, all members of CNP
What is the Council for National Policy, you ask?

The council was founded in 1981, just as the modern conservative movement began its ascendance. The Rev. Tim LaHaye, an early Christian conservative organizer and the best-selling author of the ''Left Behind'' novels about an apocalyptic Second Coming, was a founder. His partners included Paul Weyrich, another Christian conservative political organizer who also helped found the Heritage Foundation.

They said at the time that they were seeking to create a Christian conservative alternative to what they believed was the liberalism of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Back when it first formed, the CNP was linked to the Iran-Contra scandal though, most recently, it generated media attention after many of its members threatened to bolt the GOP if Rudy Giuliani won the nomination. Despite the organization’s penchant for secrecy, they are perhaps best known as being the organization George W. Bush addressed back in 1999 where he reportedly promised to appoint only anti-abortion-rights judges to the Supreme Court and then both he and the CNP refused to release the audio tape of his remarks.

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

So is the Rev Moon

You seriously can't make this stuff up !!
http://watch.pair.com/moon.html

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

Heres Santorums picture on their web page

http://www.cfnp.org/Page.aspx?pid=423

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

And Bachmann

http://www.cfnp.org/Page.aspx?pid=249

"Its easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled."
Mark Twain

I would have thought McCain would prefer Gingrich

After all, besides Newt being another unprincipled warmongering puppet he is also a womanizer who dumped his ailing first wife and went after a trophy bride just like McCain.

Plus, they are both regarded "highly" by their fellow congress members. Back when McCain first ran for president against Dubya Bush (hardly the most appealing candidate to come along) only FOUR fellow senators endorsed McCain.

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McCain endorses McSame

expect the same results as 2008

An endorsement by the

An endorsement by the "Manchurian Candidate" should be the kiss of death! McCain is the reason we have Obama today.

Gee...what a surprise.

One moron supports another moron. They basicly agree on everything, as Ron Paul pointed out four years ago..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhAokoMgSDc

That's hardly news. Of course

That's hardly news. Of course McCain is going to back Romney. He's an empty suit pragmatist with no principles or beliefs whatsoever and will do whatever the military/CIA tell him to do in foreign policy and whatever the pharmaceutical, insurance and oil lobbies tell him to do in domestic policy. Just like Obama. And Bush.