McCain says a 'much more centrist' Obama '


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The president has become more centrist, which makes him easier to work with, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Thursday.

Speaking with Bloomberg Television a day after a private meeting with President Obama, McCain said he could picture working with Obama on several issues going forward.

McCain says a ‘much more centrist’ Obama ‘much’ easier to work with - The Hill’s Blog Briefing Room

More centralist? Only to McCain who stands with the democrats and becomes conservative long enough to get reelected.


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I wonder if McCain owns the Brooklyn Bridge also. :rolleyes:

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Obama sounds more centrist - but that’s just cya, back-pedalling, or whatever, in an attempt to pacify conservatives.


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[quote=“Susanna, post:3, topic:29071”]
Obama sounds more centrist - but that’s just cya, back-pedalling, or whatever, in an attempt to pacify conservatives.
[/quote]One thing that can be verified is Obama says stuff out in the open and then does just the opposite behind closed doors.


#5

And we care what Mr. Anyway the Wind Blows says why???


#6

Since McCain is smack dab in the “center” of Liberalism I guess he would think this.

But the nation is heading to the right at full throttle.


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Does anybody care to know how fast I ran home and took a shower after voting for him?


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He’s been centrist since day one. If he was the “UNABASHED SOCIALIST LEFTIST WHO WILL STOP AT NOTHING”: why didn’t we get a public option? Why were the tax cuts for the “rich” continued? Why was he so easy on Wall Street and the banks? Why did he endlessly give in despite being voted in with overwhelming support, having a large majority in the house, and 58 Democrats in the Senate (and two independents) caucusing with them?


#10

In the lefty’s lexicon centrist really means far left