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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Does Having Alzheimer's Qualify One to be President?



It is brutally obvious that if (as McCain himself has said) Foreign Policy is McCain's forte and domestic economic stability (as McCain himself has said)is his weakness, then John McCain is not at all fit or qualified to be president.

"The issue of economics is not something I've understood as well as I should,"--John McCain, December 17 in New Hampshire.

McCain is running on his supposed foreign policy superiority, which, in fact, is inferiority:

McCain Confuses Shiites And Sunnis-- Tue Mar 18 2008

McCain Confuses Iran/al Qaeda Link In Speech Marking 5th Anniversary of Iraqi Invasion--Wednesday, March 19th, 2008

McCain blunders on Iraq again: Confuses Iraqi cleric with Prime Minister on ceasefire deal--Sunday April 6, 2008

McCain Confuses al Qaeda in Iraq with Shi’ites, AGAIN--Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

McCain Confuses Sudan and Somalia-- June 30, 2008

McCain AGAIN Refers To A Non-Existent Country.
At his press conf on July 14, John McCain referenced current relations between Russia and, um, a non-existent country. From a transcript... "I was concerned about a couple of steps that the Russian government took in the last several days. One was reducing the energy supplies to Czechoslovakia.
Apparently that is in reaction to the Czech's agreement with us concerning missile defense, and again some of the Russian now announcement they are now retargeting new targets, something they abandoned at the end of the Cold War, is also a concern."

Czechoslovakia, as any 5th grader knows, hasn't existed in over 15 years. McCain CONTINUES TO MAKE this mistake. Three months ago, McCain told Don Imus that he would "work closely with Czechoslovakia and Poland and other countries" to install the European Missile Defense System in Poland.

And AGAIN during debate in October 2007, McCain said: "The first thing I would do is make sure that we have a missile defense system in place in Czechoslovakia and Poland, and I don't care what his objections are to it."

update:
on Good Morning America, Sen. John McCain refused to call the situation in Afghanistan “precarious and urgent,” but admitted that “We have a lot of work to do.” He warned of a “very hard struggle, particularly given the situation on the IRAQ-PAKISTAN border.”

Of course, Iraq is nowhere near Pakistan. In fact, Baghdad — the capital of Iraq — is over 1,500 miles from Pakistan’s capital of Islamabad:

Can we afford a president who doesn't even know where the bad guys are? McCain would bomb the wrong country. McCain would get confused and bomb Nebraska or some other place that he thought was a Middle Eastern country!

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