Tuesday, March 25, 2008
McCain snubs Ron Paul supporters
Here's another reason to wonder whether John McCain is all there. In a Washington Times interview, Ron Paul acknowledged that not only had the McCain campaign made no effort to make contact with the candidate who inspired the most enthusiastic grassroots support, especially among young people, essential if the Republican Party is to have a future, but McCain and the party establishment have actively snubbed him and his supporters. Apparently the drop-dead requirement to be a "good Republican" in today's party is to love war and foreign interventionism. The GOP should be put on suicide watch, but it may be too late.