Senator McCain’s Stands on the Issues Have Changed–sometimes Very Quickly

From Social Issues to Ethics, McCain has been “Misquoted” or has “Misspoke” 

A look at John McCain’s Shifting Stands in his Own Words – On Video

Those who have followed John McCain’s political career have noticed the number of times the Senator has “misspoke”, “been misquoted” or “taken out of context”. This does happen to any public figure, but in McCain’s case, the number of times this happens is approached perhaps only by the Clintons.

So that we can’t be accused of a “hit piece”, we’ll let John McCain’s own words do most of the talking in this post.

An outstanding two minute documentation of John McCain’s stand on basic issues. These are not hair-splitting issues, these are basic, fundamental ways a person thinks.

Apparently, the way John McCain thinks depends on the reaction he thinks he’ll get.

As such, his principles are up for debate–sometimes in a matter of seconds.

Here he changes his position on Iraq in 47 seconds.

Next, on Ethics Reform.

The arrogance of the Arizona Senator shows through in this soundbite, as he states “we will have to determine which conservative groups are legitimate”.

Apparently, those who agree with John McCain stand a much better chance of obtaining his blessing for legitimacy.

Read rest of story, see videos:

Mix-and-Match John McCain’s Ever-Shifting Stands on the Issues 

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Mix-and-Match John McCain’s Ever-Shifting Stands on the Issues

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at
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