And What If McCain Loses?
It's time for me to get real. Or, should I say, is it time for us to get real?
For the last few weeks, I've been very down on John McCain. It all started back on April 25, 2008, with "A Discombobulated Dream". It was actually the ultimate nightmare scenario where John McCain picks Hillary to be his VP running-mate. It wasn't written about to be a literal precognition, but to say that I think that Juan McLame is just as liberal, ultimately, as Hillary. They are practically political twins, seperated at birth. While I still stand by that belief, this "Project HAVOC" is getting me in trouble.
Oh, by the way, allow me to digress for a moment. "Project HAVOC" was renamed from my "original" idea of "Operation Havoc", which sounded too much like "Operation Chaos," where Rush Limbaugh, as commander-in-chief, is working on keeping Hillary in the race for the Democrat nomination.
Now, as I've said, I'm getting myself in trouble by being so deragatory about John McCain. The whole purpose of Project HAVOC is to get Republicans to desert the GOP to find a 3rd Party candidate, and win the election. Now, though, I'm not so sure that is a good idea, should the plan fail. What if we end up even worse off than McCain/Clinton? What if .... well, if Obama wins, what would we get?
The following is the video that got into my head this morning, and made me want to do some recalculating:
(This video courtesy of the youtube.com user that posted it, jdjesusdisciple )
My head is still spinning. I have to ask you, the reader, to help me evaluate the situation. Can you help me with this quandry? Are you up to evaluating this situation and coming up with an alternative strategy, or do you believe we need to stick to Project HAVOC? Should we (Conservatives) consider abandoning the Republican Party and risk what could be the very unfortunate result? What are the possible consequences of Project HAVOC?
However, there is something else that we must consider in assessing the risk of proceding with Project HAVOC: It is possible that McCain really is just as dangerous as Obama, if not more. And if that doesn't rattle your cage a little, I don't know what would.
Conservatives now seem to be in a situation of "heads - they win, tails - we lose." But if WE, the DISENFRANCHISED Conservatives, mostly former Republicans, find a way to unite... Maybe those unintended consequences can be avoided.
(Acknowledgement: I would like to thank my friend on digg.com, savvyconsumer7, for pointing me to the abovc video on youtube.com, which was the inspiration for this edition. Also, I would like to thank Jesus Disciple for the great video he has provided on his youtube.com channel, jdjesusdisciple.)