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Tampa Tribune Endorses John McCain

by James Denison / October 19, 2008 4:05 AM PDT
Uncertain Times Require McCain's Tested Vigilance
Tampa Tribune
October 17, 2008

The direction of the nation is at stake in this election. Hard economic times, a disappointing Republican
administration and the seductive promises of a master orator are pushing America toward a
European-style social democracy.

If you don't want that to happen, vote for Republican Sen. John McCain. First, it must be acknowledged
that Democratic Sen. Barack Obama gets a lot of things right, especially when emphasizing what has
gone wrong. Studiously unflappable, he is the most inspirational campaigner in memory. McCain, too,
has many ideas for improvement, but his ch anges build on what has worked in the past to make our
nation the strongest in the world.

Obama's vision of hope shines like a rainbow, appealing but just out of reach. McCain's call to freedom and responsibility is less exciting, but you know it works.

The Tribune encourages voters to vote what they believe, not what they wish were true. The nation needs a stable leader in these unpredictable times.

For president, the Tribune endorses Sen. John McCain.
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