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     It appears that Sen. John McCain has shown that his joining with Sarah Palin wasn’t an annointing as the Stockstill’s attempt to portray. In an interview on ABC John McCain was asked if he would support Sarah Palin if she ran for president, in a very polite and indirect way he states NO!! This brings to mind all of the  preachers and prophets who claimed that Sarah Palin would rock the world with her annointing and how her teaming up with John McCain was God ordained. It was all a con to snatch Hillary Clinton’s voters. Now that Gov. Palin is of no use politically, John McCain has tossed the Stockstill’s annointed princess to the curb. John’s next scheme for Presidency? He’s looking for a minority. Now don’t get your hopes up, McCain isn’t looking for a black man, but one that might qualify, our Govenor Bobby Jindall. But to John’s sorrow, lastnight on WAFB Bobby Jindall stated after thinking about the matter he will have to turn old John down and stick with Louisiana.




     If the above is true and John McCain truly saw an annointed woman(AS THE STOCKSTILLS CLAIM) and a true leader, WHY wouldn’t he support her next attempt at running for the 2012 Presidential office? After the CNN article I’ll provide a direct link for your reading/reference.  The sentence provided reflects my inquiry mind:


McCain was pressed on why he can’t promise support for the woman who, just months ago, he named as the second best person to lead the nation.


Brothers and Sisters we already know that those opposed to President-elect Obama will stop at nothing to bring him down; all their attempts have failed. The latest is their attempt to link Barack Obama with the corrupt Govenor of Illinois. However, even John McCain is falling out of favor with his party because he’s not joining them in their obvious malicious intent!! In this same article McCain says,


McCain rejected complaints from the Republican National Committee that Obama has not been transparent about his contacts with Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

“I think that the Obama campaign should and will give all information necessary,” McCain told ABC’s “This Week.”

“You know, in all due respect to the Republican National Committee and anybody — right now, I think we should try to be working constructively together, not only on an issue such as this, but on the economy, stimulus package, reforms that are necessary.”


     I don’t claim to be a prophet but I can assure you that the Republicans, unlike the Stockstills, know that what they call minorities are now the majority with authority. I can see how they will put forth a minority Republican nominee and give up presenting those phoney Christians.