“Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt”

Today’s email from the John McCain campaign…

McCain Campaign

Dear Jim,

Challenges are nothing new to me. Whether political challenges, physical challenges or even personal challenges – how you stand up, face them and move forward defines your character and your strength.

My friends, it’s no secret that we have faced many challenges in this campaign. But I continue to do my best to make you proud by standing on principle and doing the tough things necessary to make our nation proud and strong – it’s the only way I know how.

I’m honored that you’re standing with me and I’m determined to continue to face our challenges head-on and win. The stakes are simply too high to sit on the sidelines during this important crossroad in our nation’s history.

I hope you will join me in welcoming back an old friend, Rick Davis, who will be resuming his role from the 2000 campaign as my campaign manager. Though we have a long, hard road ahead of all of us, I know that with your help, we will prevail.

Now is not the time to be timid or to shy away from our challenges – now is the time to stand up and say what we believe. I’m fighting to make our nation stronger, our government more effective and our world a safer place – and I hope you will continue to join me in this important journey.

Together, I have every confidence that we will be successful and I am honored by your continued support and friendship.


Senator John McCain

I have a better way to say it…

The End is Near

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2 Responses to “Denial isn’t just a river in Egypt”

  1. Bob says:

    Katherine Harris, Part 2. How many staffers will quit the McCain campaign before it’s all over?

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