McCain: "Bipartisanship is a tough thing." [Andy McCarthy]
What's tough is standing on principles you believe to be right even when doing so is unpopular. Bipartisanship is just a pleasant word for rationalizing tack-to-the-wind courses of action you actually believe to be wrong just so you can be in harmony with other people who are wrong. What's so hard about that?
The Right's fear of Obama is only going to get Sen. McCain so far. If he thinks he'll get the rest of the way by impressing us with his willingness to come together with the people who caused this problem, rather than leading the case that those people's policies caused the problem and demanding that those policies be changed, conservatives will stay home and Obama will win.
McCain, like most of the rest of the GOP, seems altogether unwilling to fight hard against the traitors who seek to destroy this republic. Now, why in the world would I want to go through another term or two of having to support a guy who doesn't even recognize the fight he's in? If McCain and the GOP are so altogether incapable of articulating the danger posed to this country by the crypto-Bolsheviks of the Jackass Party, and instead, seek to cooperate with them at every turn, thereby receiving only unmitigated hatred and fresh gusts of transparent propaganda as their reward, then screw it! The idea of being associated with such a bunch of losers is revolting to me. If McCain and the GOP are not going to articulate the dangers, name names, and fight them hammer and tongs, then the country will just have to receive its education the hard way. If we're going to have the country destroyed by the leftist sons of bitches without putting up a fight, then let's stop pretending and get it over with!
Prove me wrong, McCain!