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McCain trying to Re-Establish by kicking Rumsfeld's butt over Iraq

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John McCain tried to re-establish his candidature by throwing flames over Donald Rumsfeld. Mr. McCain said that Donald was the worst ever Secretary of Defense the nation ever had and Donald’s decisions have brought peril to America.

This was McCain’s attempt tore-invent him for the Presidential race.
Mr. McCain denounced Rumsfeld as a part of the same strategy and made this comments during a campaign rally through South Carolina.

This was seen as a face saving and balancing acts by many of the media persons. Media called this as a bluff by the Arizona senator to shed his image of a war hero and a Maverick. He is trying to do so to win vote bank of the conservatives and the religious righteous people.

Mr. McCain is sewing his campaign to the conservative voters, who will be play an important role in the Republican side. This plan has been clearly cast most clearly from the policies of Iraq as Mr. McCain has emerged as the most vocal advocate in the Senate for Mr. Bush's policy of a troops increase.

"I have been saying for three-and-a-half years that we would be in this sad situation, and this critical situation we are in today," he told the crowd in South Carolina.

In a campaign program touring the state of Iowa Mr. McCain said that Republicans that the Bush administration had painted too mushy a picture of events in the Gulf. Mr. McCain has to date now kept away from personally criticizing Mr. Bush who as a matter of fact stays important public figure Republican activists despite his ever descending ratings among the populace of America. Instead, Mr. McCain has whipped criticisms at officials such as Mr. Rumsfeld, the Vice President, Dick Cheney.

Many experts and political analysts argue that Mr. McCain also needs to keep himself away from Bush or his strategy can fail, and so he has been sharply critical only about the administration officials.

He does this by accusing them of putting too much faith in the Iraqi government or of failing to realize early enough that extra troops were needed on the ground.

By FW Editor


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Date Added: 23 April '10


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