People are for the war, but as the audience points out a refuse to fight in it. Glenn Greenwald wonders what the heck McCain is talking about.
In last night's 7:00 question, Jack cut through the "surge" spin (aka the McCain Doctrine) and muses aloud about when the insanity will end.
Video courtesy of: MyPartyPost.com
Sens. McCain and Brownback both admitted they voted to authorize the invasion of Iraq without reading the National Intelligence Estimate. A discussion of the Iraq war was among the topics discussed during the GOP candidate debate Tuesday.
Romney Calls for the repeal of McCain-Feingold
Senator John McCain, a 2008 presidential candidate answers question in an onstage fireside chat concerning his campaign.
Watch the conference in it's entirety at: www.alwayson.goingon.com
Including Senator McCain's opening remarks and questions from the audience.
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John McCain vs. The Video Tape
2008 Republican presidential candidate Senator John McCain (R-AZ) went on Meet the Press Sunday to debate the war in Iraq with Senator John Kerry (D-MA). And what a show it was. With McCain's deluge of devastating points and dizzying rhetorical takedowns, Kerry was clearly no match. But the real contest was the debate between McCain and videographic evidence of statements made previously in the week. We match the two toe-to-toe, and let the viewer decide the ultimate debate champion.
John McCain visited the Portsmouth Herald in Portsmouth NH and shared his views on the war in Iraq. See www.seacoastonline.com for more info
John McCain speaks to the Portsmouth Herald in Portsmouth, NH about Health Care. See www.seacoastonline.com for more info
McCain disqualifies himself for the Presidency.
Greentech is now the third largest class of venture investment, but it may be more of a wild card for VCs than internet is, since so much depends on governmental policy decisions yet to be made.
As the election season heats up, VCs, entrepreneurs, consumers and activists will be scrutinizing candidatesï¿½ green credentials. To aid the evaluation, weï¿½ve put together this reel of commentary from Rudy Giuliani and John McCain responding to greentech questions from AOï¿½s Tony Perkins.
This is the first episode in a series of AO podcasts weï¿½ll be rolling out under our various content categories: OnMedia, OnHollywood, VC & Money, GoingGreen and Election ï¿½08. We hope to make these short, punchy and focused on the hotspots in innovation-driven markets.
Check out the video and let us know who you think is the greener candidate.
Lynn Smith got out to Concord yesterday to check out one of John McCain's final stump speeches in New Hampshire. After the rally, she met some Orthodox Jews with an unexpected position on Zionism.
class assignment: make political ads coz mr. stranahan likes them. so heres 1 i did w/ madison about john mccain n his run 4 the whitehouse. if u wanna make 1, post it 2 www.abigailsteendiary.com n ill put the best 1s on the feed :)
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Democrats head to South Carolina, Republicans focus on Florida, and Chuck Norris calls out John McCain – for being too old.
The Hill's Andy Barr and Sam Youngman take a look at Tuesday's Michigan Primary where John McCain and Mitt Romney are in a tight race, and a whisper campaign on the Democratic side could make things interesting for Dems despite the fact that no delegates will come from the election.
McCain responds to Chuck Norris claiming he's too old to be president.