One in Four Republicans Reject Senator McCain

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  1. KenH

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    "But Obama's not the only likely party nominee who should be worried about some shakiness at the party base. Despite the fact that all-but-coronated Republican nominee John McCain was running essentially without opposition Tuesday, 27 percent of Republican primary participants in North Carolina cast their votes for a candidate other than McCain. In Indiana, 23 percent of Republican primary voters rejected the senator from Arizona."

    - more at www.thenation.com/blogs/thebeat/319157
     
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    In November, Republicans will rally in droves to prevent a victory by the liberals on the left.
     
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    I must be one of the 25%. But I would think the numbers would be much higher, being as there are so many Republicans who have stated they are pro-life.

    I will not vote for McCain, a vote for the lesser of 2 evils. Where are all those who said they would only vote pro-life? And who bashed Rudy Guiliani because he is not pro-life?

    This will be interesting to see how many pro-lifers will be hypocritical and pull the lever for a pro-choice candidate because he ended up being the Republican nominee.
     
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    So, three of four reject the young messiah, Obama.
     

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