9/08/2008 10:53am, #11
Lots of people suffered in POW camps, doesn't mean they are a good candidate for president.
And John McCain might have an impressive record, but that doesn't mean he's never made a wrong turn.
Isn't morality tricky ground!"It has often been said that power corrupts. But it is perhaps equally important to realize that weakness, too, corrupts. Power corrupts the few, while weakness corrupts the many. Hatred, malice, rudeness, intolerance, and suspicion are the faults of weakness." - Eric Hoffer
9/08/2008 11:11am, #12
Technically HE doesn't own the houses, his rich wife's family trust does.
9/08/2008 11:56am, #13
Why, John McCain hates MMA. He also finds no joy in sunsets, rainbows or unicorns. He told me this when he interrupted his daily sacrificing of a baby to Satan to call me, on his phone that he had crafted from the skull of a Negro man he personally lynched in Selma, Alabama.
9/08/2008 12:36pm, #14
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I have no spiffy statistics to throw your way, however I offer the following logic. McCain's opinion of professional MMA is almost certainly directly porportional to the amount of campaign money he's received from Zuffa. The higher the contribution, the higher the opinion.
9/08/2008 12:43pm, #15
McCain's current position: “The sport has grown up. The rules have been adopted to give its athletes better protections and to ensure fairer competition.”
9/08/2008 1:12pm, #16
Originally Posted by tharuz
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9/08/2008 1:22pm, #17Originally Posted by G-Off
Fucking flip flopper.
9/08/2008 1:29pm, #18
I think McCain was concerned about unscantioned rules allowing dangerous strikes like DimMak and 1" punches. Once it was proven that Ninjitsu totally sucks, he got on board with us :)
9/08/2008 2:01pm, #19Originally Posted by Beezer
9/08/2008 2:26pm, #20Originally Posted by Kid Miracleman