Completely Unsuitable

It’s this sort of thing that tells me that John McCain is unsuitable to be President of the United States.  It’s something I’d expect from Clinton or Obama, but not from a supposed Republican. 

Perhaps the LawDog has the right idea.  Forget the “lesser” evil and go for broke:


  1. Phelps says:

    I’m 30 years old.  I make a lot of money (compared to the median in the country.)  I have no debt.  I haven’t bought a house because I’m intelligent and realized that we were in a bubble that was about to pop.

    And now I get to pay for stupid people who spent money that they don’t make buying overpriced houses?  Explain to me why I shouldn’t be shooting right now.

  2. When I bought my house, I bought a smaller house and got a conventional, fixed rate, mortgage rather than attempting any silly financing tricks to buy more house than I could afford.  I have a hard time having any sympathy for people who took out risky loans in an attempt to make a quick buck flipping their house.

    So I’m a tad annoyed at the idea of a bailout, as well.

  3. Kay Eauno says:

    What’s the economic impact if there isn’t a bailout?

    Who cares if McCain doesn’t fit the definition of a “traditional” Republican?  Apparently, “traditional” Republicans can’t find any other viable candidates or chew up the ones who might be able to beat Hillary…

  4. I don’t care about traditional, non-traditional, etc Republicans, as I’m not a Republican.

    I do, however, care about the Republic, and from what I can see there are at present no suitable candidates in any party that I could in good conscience vote for.

  5. Phelps says:

    Both parties are set to run Italian style Fascists as their candidates.  That causes me despair.