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Candidate Challenge: John McCain


Wednesday, December 5th, 2007

Senator John McCain responded to the Why Tuesday? Candidate Challenge in 2008 at Southern New Hampshire University after the MTV/MySpace Presidential Dialogue.

4 Responses to “Candidate Challenge: John McCain”

  1. vicki hampton Says:

    I think that you just interviewed the best and only man for the job.

  2. Joe Says:

    McCain Feingold was one of the worst pieces of legislation ever passed. Ron Paul has done more to get out the vote than anyone else. Wait until you see the turnout for the primaries.

  3. Robert Says:

    “I think that you just interviewed the best and only man for the job”

    He is a senator in my state and up to the November CNN debates, I liked him.
    His ignorance in history and warhawkish attitude is a turnoff and I will not vote to re-elect him.

  4. Anton Vassil Says:

    Pathetic response. This guy obviously does not care about this subject. He just blurred out some standard formulas and walked onto the bus. He probably could not care less about the fact lobbys and campaign funding needs serious regulations. This guy is totally out of it.

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