He certainly wants some change – but is it good change?
As the McCain camp wants to spike John McCain up as a fluffy bunny who all Americans are going to love – one thing we should know about him is that John McCain wants to change the American Constitution.
Now that is probably bad enough – for women, that is – but we also have to look at the very wording of that post of policy.
Constitutional balance would be restored by the reversal of Roe v. Wade, returning the abortion question to the individual states. The difficult issue of abortion should not be decided by judicial fiat.
fi·at (ft, -t, -ät, ft, -t)
1. An arbitrary order or decree.
2. Authorization or sanction: government fiat.
1. an official order issued without the consultation of those expected to obey it: the junta ruled by fiat
2. official permission [Latin: let it be done]
Now, which one do you want to take on board?
Using his own words – John McCain is against something that he advocates. Arbitrarily, John McCain will bring about a change to the US Constitution – why, if he should get into power, will he not put Roe Vs Wade to the people in a referendum? He says that he will change the Supreme Court make up so it favours right-wing Republicans – how can that be representative of the people of the USA?
John McCain is for change – I was incorrect in saying he wasn’t – but that change will put the US back years, decades even.
The pro-life movement has done tremendous work in building and reinforcing the infrastructure of civil society by strengthening faith-based, community, and neighborhood organizations that provide critical services to pregnant mothers in need
So, looking at this, from John McCain’s own website, community organisers are, in fact, worthy of support – a great deal of support. What is it that his running mate keeps saying?
John McCain is, as I keep repeating along with thousands of others, a hypocrite – he is nothing more than a carpetbagger and a charlatan.
And you – the American people believe him!