Was McCain called a maverick because he had so many enemies from his own party that the only people who would?
Topic: How to write a personal editorial
May 26, 2019 / By Alanis Question:
work with him were democrats. A few months ago there was a list of 9 republicans who refused to go to the convention because of how nasty he has been to them. The list grew I am sure. I know Russ Feingold worked with him but Obama has many things written with republicans. Just go to wikipedia.com under his name & scroll to legislature & press list. There are so many things Obama worked on.
The thing I referred to on wikipedia.com is also the same as on the Obama site I just thought it would easy for people to get to if they don't want to sign in on the Obama site.
Best Answers: Was McCain called a maverick because he had so many enemies from his own party that the only people who would?
Travis | 3 days ago
Long ago John McCain was truly a maverick, today it's nostalgia and trying to cling to the image in spite of reality and an insult to the intelligence of the American people.
McCain stood up against Bush in 2000 and warned against his extreme ideology and reckless policies that would bring great harm to the US and the world.
Bush destroyed him with smears and brutal personal attacks
McCain "learned his lesson" and sold his soul to become the Republican nominee this year. This man voted with Bush over ninety percent of the time and is effectively running for a third Bush term, there's simply no denying that.
A vote for John McCain is a vote for a third Bush term. McCain admitted that his relationship with Bush is based on shared views in Iraq, immigration and a common agenda. McCain has offered no plan to end the war in Iraq. In fact, McCain says he is comfortable with being in Iraq for a hundred years. McCain offers a health care plan that is similar to Bush’s proposal, which failed to expand coverage and cut health care costs. McCain endorsed Bush’s plan to privatize Social Security—so much so he joined Bush on the campaign to sell the proposal. Although McCain previously opposed Bush’s tax cuts for the wealthy he has made a “breathtaking turnaround” and supports these budget-busting, tax cuts for the wealthy.
McCain Cast 377 Votes in Support of President Bush’s Position.
McCain/Bush Friendship Based On Shared Views On Issues
McCain “Steadfast” And “Outspoken” In His Support For War In Iraq
McCain Said “Stay The Course,” Downplayed Violence And Denied Civil War
McCain Supported Bush Escalation, Claimed Success Despite Previous Criticism
McCain’s Reputation Tied To Bush’s Handling Of Iraq
“A Consistent Supporter Of Personal Social Security Accounts”; Helped Sell Bush Overhaul
Flip-Flop On Bush Tax Cuts A “Breathtaking Turnabout”
McCain Supported No Child Left Behind
McCain’s Health Plan Just Like Bush’s Failed Health Plan
McCain Supported Bush Nominees
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I think the whole Maverick thing is so funny and corny at the sametime. A maverick, who though that chit up? McCain bowed his head and curled up under bush's dinner table everytime Bush raised the news paper to whack him on the head. LMAO!
A maverick... the chit you people come up with, the comedy of it all.
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Yes...and "maverick" is the new buzzword they use to distance themselves from what they've already done...plus, the president's low low low approval rating.
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First of all: Haven't you heard? Anyone can edit Wikipedia, so when it comes to looking up someone's bio, it's not a reliable source.
Second: I would rather have someone who pisses off his colleagues than someone who is popular because he kisses their asses.
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Originally Answered: How would people make peace with enemies like the Taliban & ISIS if one were so inclined?
The extreme factions that would not ever quit because of insanity would still have to be dealt with but if the U.S. would quit meddling and being a lightning rod for hatred there would be no reason for so many more or less neutral people to become involved in a war against the U.S.. Their efforts might finally be focussed inward to solve their own problems if we quit destroying any somewhat successful governments that could be modified internally over time.