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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Presidential Election: What's important

When you line up McCain next to either of the Democrat choices, there may not be as many differences as many of us would like. But there is one big one and Oliver North puts it quite well:

The election in November will determine how we proceed on the most profoundly important matter facing our nation: the crucial outcome of an unprovoked war waged against us by radical Islam. All other issues, as important as they are, pale in comparison to achieving victory over those who seek to destroy our very way of life.

Mr. McCain has pledged to win this war. We must do so, for the consequences of failure would be staggering. But, as he has acknowledged, he cannot do that without the support of conservatives who man the phone banks, raise the funds, walk the precincts and turn out the vote on Election Day. I hope my fellow conservatives will decide as I have, that we need John McCain as commander in chief.
Read the entire editorial.

And thanks to the John Gibson radio show for having Oliver North on to discuss this.

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