At a townhall meeting today John Mccain tried to calm some of the anger that has been coming out of his rallies. It looks like the man himself sees the trouble that is brewing from the negative campaigning that has being coming out of his camp.
He went on to say to the crowd that he wanted to run a respectful campaign (now), and that they should think of Barack Obama as a decent person. Instantly he was booed by the crowd. Yes John Mccain booed by his own supporters.
A supporter told Mccain he was concerned about bringing up his child in America with a President who cohorts with a domestic terrorist like Bill Ayers. Mccain did not comment on the man's statement but rather tried to inject calm among supporters. One woman told mccain she does not trust Obama because he is a Arab. Mccain shook his head no.
He is a decent person and a person that you do not have to be scared about as President of the United States," he said, before adding: "If I didn't think I would be one heck of a better president I wouldn't be running." As he was saying that, groaning was heard throughout the crowd.
I think Mccain and his people are seeing a dangerous course if they continue to fllow this path. I don't beleive he stop his attacks, but rather try to give Obama respect in one hand and stab him with the other.
A registered democrat who has no loyalty to a party but to his country. I will criticize both whenever I don't agree. I debate with liberals and conservatives. Voted for Obama, before him Kerry and before him Bush.
Tired of of the partisan crap I just want the country to work.
Overall I lean more to the left, but like I said.....