John McCain Says Romney Will Keep America Safe

After the third and final Presidential debate, Senator John McCain, spoke out in support of Mitt Romney and his position in securing America. McCain Said, “Tonight, Mitt Romney showed that as Commander in Chief, he’ll keep America safe by renewing our strength at home and restoring our leadership abroad.” The tail between our legs approach, and unnecessary apologies from the Obama administration are not putting America in a position of security. If anything it makes us weaker.

In regards to the recent reaction and the responsibility of the Libyan attacks, McCain explains, "By contrast, from his confused and misleading response to the terrorist attack in Libya to the continued massacre in Syria to the resurgence of Al Qaeda in Iraq, President Obama's feckless foreign policy has weakened our standing in the world and made America less safe." This is a statement that, to everyone but Democrats in denial, is true. To make matters worse, Obama has put Hillary Clinton in a position as Secretary of State to bear all accountability for the attacks.

Finally, McCain applauds Romney for his "clear eyes and full heart" saying, "Romney's commitment to peace through strength is exactly what America needs to protect our national security in a dangerous world." It's ignorant and naive to believe we are in a secure position when thousands of Americans are in jeopardy overseas. The only reason we don't believe it is because it's not happening on our homeland. You may have never seen a million dollars, but you know it exists. The attacks in Libya are very much an attack on America on foreign soil.

The fact that Obama would like to downplay the event, and say they're "investigating" is all smoke and mirrors. He's saying so he has time to move on to something else, and hopes America won't want answers until after the election. That's unacceptable. He's the Commander in Chief and he's responsible and he needs to take accountability. John McCain is right, and "we cannot afford another four years of President Obama 'leading from behind.'"

Posted by bigtex at October 23, 2012 8:22 PM
Comments
Comment #355248

“John McCain Says Romney Will Keep America Safe”

And, of course, you guys on the right believe everything McCain tells you.

Rocky

Posted by: Rocky Marks at October 24, 2012 8:38 AM
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Let’s attack first and investigate later. On this 50th anniversary, I’ll take John Kennedy over John McCain.

Posted by: Schwamp at October 24, 2012 8:57 AM
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You’re wasting your time Tex.
As long as that 47% get their entitlements, the dem drones don’t care what happens overseas.
They are to busy to worry about such trivial things anyway, with all their planning of riots and killing in the event of a Romney/Ryan win.

Posted by: kctim at October 24, 2012 10:20 AM
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McCain. Ah yes. Quite the expert on foreign policy, isn’t he? During the break up of Yugoslavia, McCain wanted to put “boots on the ground.” Clinton ignored him, and that administration accomplished every US objective without a single US combat casualty.

McCain. Uh huh. Voted for the War in Iraq, if I recall. Backed that whole debacle to the hilt. Never did anything about the cost.

McCain. Um, didn’t he say something like “we are all Georgians now” over a minor conflict, and didn’t he want to confront the Russians head-on? So, that a conservative’s idea of an expert?

Guess I’m picky. The thing is, I like my experts to occasionally turn out to be right. Just sayin’.

Posted by: phx8 at October 24, 2012 11:02 AM
Comment #355259

What phx8 said.
And let’s add in the fact that he chose Dimbulb Palin as Vice President! Was that the act of a man who cared about this nation’s safety and foreign policies?!!!

Who cares what that old man flapping his gums has to say when he’s so consistently wrong.

Posted by: Adrienne at October 24, 2012 12:36 PM
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McCain’s foreign policy opinions are from even further back then Romney’s. Both are still stuck on Russia. The U.S. needs a president that is concerns about tomorrow’s problems. not yesterday’s.

Posted by: Paul at October 24, 2012 12:38 PM
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kctim-
Extra points for Irony: Romney flip-flopped on the 47% comment. Not that it really helps him any, but you’re championing an argument meant to rationalize the position given out by a candidate who’s already turned tail and run from it.

Look, I’ll take the kind of guy who gets Bin Laden, over the kind who just says he will.

By the way, we have 50% of the naval power in the world. Why is this not enough? Did Romney watch Battleship and get scared that we’d be attacked by aliens?

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at October 24, 2012 1:02 PM
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Stephen, Our Navy is at it’s lowest numbers. Agreed that we have Air Craft Carriers and subs but we also need other types of ships to protect the Air Craft Carriers and ships to detect the subs that are not our own. Being a Navy vet I can tell you that people who man those ships get tired and need relief and those ships need repair from time to time. Going to your home port for a couple weeks then going right back out is not good.

Posted by: KAP at October 24, 2012 1:29 PM
Comment #355270

Stephen
I am “championing” a fact that 47% of Americans will vote for Obama no matter what. He could come out and tell the truth on everything and you guys would still vote for him. If Romney wants to “run” from that fact, that is his problem.

And no need to go into the lame ‘Obama got bin Laden,’ BS. Obama didn’t get bin Laden anymore than Bush got Saddam. You guys can play your games all you want, but it is our soldiers who do all the work and who get all of the credit.

“Did Romney watch Battleship and get scared that we’d be attacked by aliens?”

I have no idea. Perhaps he has actually spoken with security people instead of spending all of his time touring the country spouting lies and demanding to be worshipped.

Posted by: kctim at October 24, 2012 1:33 PM
Comment #355272

kctim-
Further points for Irony: he was talking about the 47% who don’t pay income taxes. But contrary to his words, many of those people are willing, or at least were willing to vote for him. That is, unless you think seniors, military officers, and the working poor all vote exclusively for Obama.

As for getting Bin Laden, that is far from a lame moment. A lame moment is Trump ballyhooing a game-changing revelation, then saying he’ll give five million to a charity of Obama’s choice to get him to turn over his college transcripts. Getting Bin Laden was a moment Americans had been eager about for a decade before hand, and the celebration that followed it was real. As for who gets the credit? Everybody knows the SEALs did it, and everybody gives them credit for their professionalism. But like the ex-director of the Mossad said, organizing and ordering that is no trivial thing.

Obama isn’t demanding worship. No, he inspires support, because he’s good on the substance. Romney? Romney couldn’t inspire his way out of a wet paper bag. All he can do is hardsell and BS people. A real leader would have been able to articulate a real alternative to Obama’s plan, instead of just saying he’d do everything Obama did, but with a louder tone of voice.

KAP-
What Romney’s proposing is to permanently peg military spending at a certain percentage of the budget on a permanent basis.

We need to structure the military and military spending around our needs, not around trying to make it into a giant defense contractor makework program. Romney’s attempting Reagan’s backdoor stimulus plan, but the difference here is that we’re still trying to pay for the two wars Bush put on the credit card. Ending them will be a major part of reducing the deficit.

Posted by: Stephen Daugherty at October 24, 2012 1:56 PM
Comment #355273
Being a Navy vet I can tell you that people who man those ships get tired and need relief and those ships need repair from time to time. Going to your home port for a couple weeks then going right back out is not good.

Perhaps KAP the problem is to many ships. If we do not have enough relief personnel because we have 50% of the world’s naval power we need to cut the size of the fleet to fit the manpower. What with the huge deficit and all it seems foolish to continue to enlarge the military overseas, on borrowed money, while people here struggle.

IMHO we should look at the option of leasing these ships out to foreign governments who then can supply their own labor to man them. Using this money to pay down the debt from the credit cards wars, unfunded medicare “reform” and tax cuts while at war will go a long ways to fixing the country according to conservatives.

If the middle east wants to ship oil to us let them pay for the protection. If China wants to ship trinkets to us let them pay for the protection instead of loaning us money to pay for it. Let globalization stand or fall on it’s merits instead of propping it up for the multinationals who get the protection paid for by the Americans tax dollars.

IMHO we should strengthen the coast guard and bring the navy home if of course we can’t lease them out to foreign governments. We simply cannot afford it. According to conservatives the debt keeps us from having a lower unemployment rate. Also according to conservatives a small government is a better government, why police the world?

Posted by: j2t2 at October 24, 2012 2:19 PM
Comment #355274

The U.S. has dominated the seas and the air for as long as any of us can recall. We have become so accustomed to it that we think it is the natural order.

It is probably true that some other powers should stop getting the free ride. But it is important to the whole world that we continue to rule in this respect. A nation like the U.S. needs a dominating navy. We cannot trust any other power of group of powers to secure it for us. It was true in the time of Alfred Thayer Mahan, and it is still true today.

The challenge with a navy is that plans must be made well in advance. You cannot just built up from quickly w/o a massive and costly effort.

It is true that we now have aircraft carriers and submarines (which also existed the 1920s, BTW, so now you know something that president Obama does not) but much of the work to patrol and suppress piracy is done in the old fashioned way.

Posted by: C&J at October 24, 2012 2:20 PM
Comment #355275

Stephen

And yet another example of you reading what you want, instead of what was actually written. I don’t care what 47% Romney was talking about then, I am talking about the 47% who will vote for Obama no matter what, now. And they don’t give a crap what happens overseas as long as they get what they have been led to believe they are entitled to.

Trump is not part of this discussion.

I didn’t say getting bin Laden was a lame moment, I very clearly said trying to pump your idol by saying he got bin Laden, is lame.
As with Saddam and every other dirtbag, the military is told what the goal is, they run the op and then they get permission to proceed. To suggest Bush or Obama did anything more than give the ok is BS.

Obama inspires only his drones and they behave as if he is some kind of idol that is to be worshipped. Everybody who disagrees with him are labled as brainwashed racists. People who don’t vote for Obama are being threatened to have their cracker asses beaten for their non Obama vote. People are threatening to kill Romney if he wins.
People don’t make such threats when they support somebody, they make them when they worship somebody.

Romney doesn’t have to inspire anybody, he just has to not want massive government control over everything. He just has to be a leader of ALL, instead of just a few.
If you haven’t figured out that this is all about promising to not be like Obama, then you don’t understand politics at all.

Hell, for the betterment of the country, I’d take that wet paper bag over Obama anyday. At least then we would have some kind of chance.

Posted by: kctim at October 24, 2012 2:26 PM
Comment #355277

J2, I’ll take your comment as a DUMBA** statement. Most sailors as I was are stationed on those ships for years and sometimes for the whole time they serve in the Navy. The only ships that rotate crews are Subs. So as I stated your comment is a DUMBA** statement.

Posted by: KAP at October 24, 2012 2:42 PM
Comment #355287

KAP, Well that explains why we need so many ships KAP. Your example of rigid conservative thinking. Your response also seems to side step what I suggested. As an example your comment sounds rather foolish if we were to lease ships out. In fact your response seems just plain stupid when I read your previous comment about “Going to your home port for a couple weeks then going right back out is not good”. This type of close minded thinking is why we are in so much debt KAP.


With less ships crews could rotate out as going right back out is not good. Or we could downsize the Navy and save money by keeping the ships closer to home for longer periods. We want to defend our nation not the world. Let other countries keep their waters safe and the trade routes open if they want to ship products here.


One country with the naval power of the rest of the world combined KAP is what we are paying for. We cannot afford it, don’t you agree? Power corrupts KAP. DO you really trust the government with this much power? According to conservatives the government is the problem and the military is a big part of the government.


Posted by: j2t2 at October 24, 2012 4:07 PM
Comment #355290

J2, Right now the military is an option for employment during these tough times for the younger people. Also a good place for High School grads. They even get some of their tuition for college out of it. Now for your DUMBA** liberal minded comment. This world we live in is not what I would call safe. Protecting the Homeland is top priority for our Military. Crews on ships DO NOT ROTATE and having crews rotate is truly a DUMBA** idea. We have 10 Aircraft Carriers that have a crew of over 5000, the smaller ships depending on the type have crews from 400+ to down to 150 or so on a Sub depending on the Sub. So you say rotate crews? Training and keeping the crews in top combat ready statis is utmost priority, you keep 5000 men and women on the beach for 6 to 7 months between deployments would be STUPID, IDIOTIC, and a truly DUMBA** idea. Patroling the seas keeps us safe as does patroling our airspace and airspace of our alies keeps us safe.

Posted by: KAP at October 24, 2012 4:32 PM
Comment #355300
J2, Right now the military is an option for employment during these tough times for the younger people. Also a good place for High School grads. They even get some of their tuition for college out of it.

I find it interesting how you can now see the government creating jobs. The conservative myth tells us it doesn’t. So it seems to me the discussion should be what kind of jobs and where.

This world we live in is not what I would call safe. Protecting the Homeland is top priority for our Military.

Because you are afraid of whoever and whatever the fact is we can better protect the homeland here not over there. We are bankrupting the country for you to feel safe. When was the last time we were attacked on our soil KAP? What good did the ships and airplanes patrolling our allies space do?

Patroling the seas keeps us safe as does patroling our airspace and airspace of our alies keeps us safe.

Safe from what KAP? When was the last time a naval patrol intercepted an invading fleet from a foreign nation? Face it patrolling the seas is to benefit corporate interests not for our security.


KAP We need to cut the budget. The days of being the policeman for the world is over. We cannot afford it. We need to protect our turf not our corporations interests overseas. Our allies need to protect themselves, we are borrowing from them to pay for their protection what kind of foolishness is that. We are borrowing from them to protect the shipments of their products into our country, why? If you are going to complain about big government and about the intentions of the constitution how can you justify the role our military plays overseas?


If you complain about taxes how can you justify the military budget? We have a larger military than most of the rest of the world combined. For what? We were the aggressors in Iraq. We decided to nation build on the credit card there, Did you feel safer?

But even that isn’t good enough for you guys you want to add to the military budget, that is as “STUPID, IDIOTIC, and a truly DUMBA** idea” as there is KAP. Truly a DUMBA** conservative minded comment IMHO.

Posted by: j2t2 at October 24, 2012 6:03 PM
Comment #355303

How about under the sea J2

Posted by: KAP at October 24, 2012 6:24 PM
Comment #355309

OK KAP I’ll bite, when was the last time the navy stopped a submarine invasion by the Al Qaeda undersea navy, or the Iranian naval forces? Or hell anybody?

Posted by: j2t2 at October 24, 2012 9:38 PM
Comment #355313

Maybe not Al Queid but we have tracked Russian subs near our coast so our Navy is vital. By the way the Russian have been selling their diesel subs to countries like Iran.

Posted by: KAP at October 24, 2012 10:28 PM
Comment #355351

KAP I don’t doubt our Navy is valuable. In fact tracking Russian subs near our coast is exactly what our Navy should be doing. But it doesn’t take 300+ ships to do that. The coast guard could also be involved in this. What I am asking you to think about is why our Navy is all over the world at our expense when we cannot balance the national budget. That may be a dumb ass question to you but you conservatives are just that way.

As far as Iran have we noticed the Iranian Navy mounting an attack on our shores?

Posted by: j2t2 at October 25, 2012 12:32 AM
Comment #355359

J2, I think before we start cutting our military I think we need to start cutting the unnecessary spending that has been going on like 500 billion to failed companies like Solyndra and other green energy companies. We can go through a lot of unnecessry funding cuts before we get to the Military. So IMO the last place to cut funding would be the military. Besides the Coast Guard ships don’t have the suffisticated sonar that the Navy has and the quiet running technology that the Navy ships have. Maybe the Iranian Navy may not be able to mount an attack on our shores they are still a threat to our friends and Allies so are you suggesting we let our friends and allies, if attacked fight for theirselves or if Iran does develope a nuke bomb and uses it on one of our friend to just stand idolly by.

Posted by: KAP at October 25, 2012 11:28 AM
Comment #355364

I am glad McCain is endorsing Romney.

Posted by: Jacquelyn F Gerlach at October 25, 2012 12:11 PM
Comment #355415
J2, I think before we start cutting our military I think we need to start cutting the unnecessary spending that has been going on like 500 billion to failed companies like Solyndra and other green energy companies.

That figures KAP. Selling out the next generation to China is typical conservative thought. Letting China and other countries become the leaders in energy technology whilst we become energy neanderthals is more of a risk to the long term security of this country than right sizing the military for defense of the nation IHMO.

We can go through a lot of unnecessry funding cuts before we get to the Military. So IMO the last place to cut funding would be the military. Besides the Coast Guard ships don’t have the suffisticated sonar that the Navy has and the quiet running technology that the Navy ships have.

I am sure we can all pick out a few wasteful things that we believe need to be cut but that won’t get us to a balanced budget, so the military will need ton share in the pain with the rest of us. According to conservatives Medicare has had 3/4 trillion dollars cut from it’s budget.

Perhaps the Coast Guard can borrow this equipment from the Navy when we downsize it, KAP. It’s time to bring the troops home to defend the country. We can not afford to empire build any longer. It has taken us to the edge of ruin.

Maybe the Iranian Navy may not be able to mount an attack on our shores they are still a threat to our friends and Allies so are you suggesting we let our friends and allies, if attacked fight for theirselves or if Iran does develope a nuke bomb and uses it on one of our friend to just stand idolly by.

Are you suggesting that we are the only military that can fight for them? I am saying that we cannot afford to police the world any longer. We have a huge deficit that according to conservatives will be our doom, KAP. I am also saying that it is time for our friends to fight for themselves or to pay for our services. It’s time they accepted responsibility for themselves, don’t you think?

KAP We have a debt load that will destroy the country unless we maker draconian cuts to the budget. This is conservatives telling us this KAP, you must agree with them or you wouldn’t be considering Romney/Ryan as presidential material? Policing the world is a luxury not a necessity, IMHO. Other countries defend themselves at a fraction of the cost.

Posted by: j2t2 at October 25, 2012 8:28 PM
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I wouldn’t consider Obama either after adding 6 trillion to the debt j2. I know Bush added 5 trillion but that was in 8 years and I wasn’t to thrilled about that. We need cuts in spending but in todays world the military should be the last place to cut. I would start looking in other wasteful things before I start with the military.

Posted by: KAP at October 25, 2012 9:08 PM
Comment #355448

First of all KAP, 6 trillion is an exaggeration. Second some of that was stuff left off the books by GWB and his administration.

” “The fact of the matter is,” Obama said earlier this year, “is that when we came into office, the deficit was $1.3 trillion — $1.3 trillion. So when you say that suddenly I’ve got a monthly deficit that’s higher than the annual deficit left by Republicans, that’s factually just not true, and you know it’s not true. And what is true is that we came in already with a $1.3 trillion deficit before I had passed any law. What is true is, we came in with $8 trillion worth of debt over the next decade.”

Obama points out that he inherited an economy on the brink of collapse that needed more than $1 trillion in stimulus, two wars that were simply added to the national debt, a prescription drug program for seniors that wasn’t paid for and the Bush-era tax cuts that were not matched by cuts in spending — in other words, not paid for.”

http://abcnews.go.com/Business/nationaldebt/story?id=17159803#.UIqSgIb-KSp

What you are voting for is the same policies that got us there, those of the GWB administration. The borrow and spend conservatives want another couple of trillion to expand the size of thew military.

The problem with not facing up to and actively supporting cuts in the military budget is the other places to cut have been cut, it is time for the military to share the pain. It is to large a chunk of the national budget to not cut it back.

Posted by: j2t2 at October 26, 2012 9:45 AM
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j2, 6 Trillion an exageration? That’s laughable, I’ll concede a bit of it was from Bush and I highlite BIT. Why are you against the military? With China’s military growing and North Korea with nukes and Iran trying to get a nuke. You really think that cutting our military is the answer to all our woes. No the best thing is getting peiple to work cut the loopholes in the tax code and cut all unnessesary spending. The more people work the more revenue that is comming in or is that foreign to the progressive, liberals like you. Cut the loopholes in the tax code and more revenue stays where it is supposed to, cut the unnessesary spending, Clinton had the right idea about welfare recepiants 3 years done for life, which is one of the biggest expendatures in this country that and medical and I’ll bet there are more places we can look before we cut the military.

Posted by: KAP at October 26, 2012 12:35 PM
Comment #355508

KAP I am not against the military at all. We need to have a strong military but we are in such deep debt that according to conservatives it is ruining the country. Our military budget is greater than the military budgets of the next fourteen countries combined. These countries include 11 of our allies, The UK, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Brazil, Australia, India, Saudi Arabia and Canada.

We spend more than all of them while we borrow to do so. Logic dictates we cut from the 3/4 trillion defense budget to pay down the debt. Let the Saudi’s keep trade routes open if they want to sell oil to us. It is just silly to continue to borrow such outrageous amounts of money to defend the world.

You really think that cutting our military is the answer to all our woes.

No not all of them. Bit your kidding yourself if you think there is no waste in the defense budget.

Depending on what you consider unnecessary that won’t pay off the debt in our lifetime. Romney is blowing smoke up your a** KAP. Are you talking loopholes like mortgage interest KAP? Loopholes like the 15% rate on capital gains? The conservatives in Congress wouldn’t even cut the subsidy for sending jobs overseas why on earth would you think they will cut any other loopholes? Getting people to work is easy to say but it will be a while, Off shoring and technology have taken their toll on this Country KAP.

The more people work the more revenue that is comming in or is that foreign to the progressive, liberals like you.

No not at all KAP in fact people like me have been saying this all along. It is conservatives who cheered when local state and federal government jobs went away the past few years. It is conservatives that support the corporations as they continue to cut jobs here in this country, not people like me. It must seem foreign to people like you, on the other hand, who spout this stuff and then back those who cut jobs during a recovery from a financial meltdown. What was it almost 8 million jobs lost during the GWB administration? No wonder the welfare budget is up so much. I agree we need to get people back to work but I disagree with counting the unemployment money as part of the Federal welfare costs. Unemployment is an insurance program we all pay into, unlike TANF.



Posted by: j2t2 at October 26, 2012 7:29 PM
Comment #355541

j2, After being in the military for years I know first hand there is waste, and yes it should be cut as is waste in the medical field. That doesn’t mean cutting spending for the military. As far as waste in the military that is the problem with those that contract for the military. They overpay for most everything and thopse that do the contracting are the ones who should be held accountable. Example of waste and overpayment aside from the military, my health ins. was paying for my wife’s stay in a hospital and I happened to get a look at the charges $10.00 for 2 Tylenol, $5.00 for a small box of tissue, and so forth and so forth. For what the ins. paid for those 2 Tylenol I could have bought 2 bottles. This is likewise with the military, the government is overcharged and they are stupid enough to pay it. This is why our government needs to find the waste and cut it and this is in every department.

Posted by: KAP at October 26, 2012 11:53 PM
Comment #355550
That doesn’t mean cutting spending for the military.

Yes it does. It also means we should not be expanding the military budget as Romney is suggesting. it will not make us safer.


As far as waste in the military that is the problem with those that contract for the military. They overpay for most everything and thopse that do the contracting are the ones who should be held accountable.

Overcharging the government is a two way street KAP. It is easy to blame the government but Fraud is a crime. The problem with the military is more than that however,KAP, it is the mission to police the world at the expense of the American taxpayer.Mission creep on a global scale. As one country in the globalized world we are paying as much for “defense” as 13 other countries. We are protecting corporate interests not American interest. Time to cut the scope of work down to what we can afford.

This is why our government needs to find the waste and cut it and this is in every department.

We talk as if the government doesn’t do this. But when they do conservatives use it against them. Look at medicare and the claim by Romney that Obama cut medicare by 718 billion dollars. Instead of saying good job Romney and conservatives are demonizing him for it. We can’t have it both ways KAP.

The problem is the way conservatives have went from respecting our government to hating our government the past 40 years, since Reagan told them government is the problem. Conservative majorities in office have crippled government with bad leadership. What they have envisioned has materialized. The over-sized military is but one example. Empire building has costs us much it is time to cut the budget and pay down the debt from the last go-a-round of empire building.

Posted by: j2t2 at October 27, 2012 11:14 AM
Comment #355591

Lets just say J2 we agreed to disagree. You have your ideas, I have mine and neither is going to waver.

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