Friday, February 29, 2008

McCain: Conservative or Globalist?

The “Global Tax”, Global warming Carbon Tax, and other globalist agendas are not just reserved for liberals. John McCain has some extremely unsettling speeches. The people that are congregating around McCain are getting scarier and scarier.

It seems here that John McCain wants to yet again make another globalist organization like the UN. How is that going to help anything? We need to get rid of the UN and simply create world-wide trade partnerships which is what the Constitution was written to do. We need to start creating larger tariffs for incoming products and force a manufacturing base back into the United States.

Don’t get me started on the world-wide Bush cartel, but McCain is really bad news. What we really need at this point is for Ron Paul and Huckabee to do a lot better and perhaps we can get a brokered convention. If Huckabee drops out, then McCain will surely get all the delegates.

February 11, 2008

McCain: Conservative or Globalist?

posted by Linda

McCain speech on CFR website:

“We cannot build an enduring peace based on freedom by ourselves. Nor do we want to. The Declaration of Independence proclaimed our duty to pay decent respect to the opinions of mankind.”

“We should go further and start bringing democratic peoples and nations from around the world into one common organization, a worldwide League of Democracies.”

“This League of Democracies would not supplant the United Nations or other international organizations. It would complement them. … If I am elected president, I will call a summit of the world’s democracies in my first year to seek the views of my democratic counterparts and begin exploring the practical steps necessary to realize this vision.

… But if we are to lead responsibly, our friends and allies must see us as responsible nation, concerned not only about our own well-being but about the health of the world’s economy and the future of our planet.

…This is not idealism, my friends. It is the truest kind of realism. Today as in the past, our interests are inextricably linked to the global progress of our ideals.”

Read the full text at the Council on Foreign Relations website…

Our thanks to D. Stapp for the update.

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