Is McCain Just "Blowing Smoke"?

John A. Quayle blueoval57 at VERIZON.NET
Wed May 7 21:59:30 MDT 2008

/*        [Man, I'm still seething over McCain's announced meeting to 
address LaRaza in June! What could he possibly be thinking? Perhaps, we 
conservatives might want/need our own nuclear "solution" during our 
side's convention, think?

       McCain says, "*/America needs a leader who recognizes that the 
people and the states should decide what's best, not the courts./*" Yes, 
but can we trust this man? I really have my doubts. JAQ:]*/

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