Saturday, February 24, 2007

McCain Says Iraq Could End His Career


SEATTLE — Republican presidential hopeful John McCain said Friday that British Prime Minister Tony Blair has sacrificed his career to support the Iraq war, and the Arizona senator acknowledged that he could face the same fate.

McCain, a staunch defender of President Bush's new Iraq troop deployment strategy, said he worries that a cutback of British troops in southern Iraq announced by Blair this week could lead to stronger control by "Iranian-backed Shiite" forces. But he said Blair and the British deserve gratitude for their efforts.

"He has literally sacrificed his political career because of Iraq," McCain said during an appearance before the World Affairs Council and the City Club of Seattle. "That is a great testament to his political courage."

Asked later by a reporter if he was in danger of making the same sacrifice, McCain responded, "Sure."

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2 comments:

GEEZERPOWER said...

Boohoo I am choking on gator tears about macanes sacrifices. His political is ruined..BWAAaaaawaahahahahahaha

S-Q said...

Hey Geezer!

Yep, it's time for the ole boy to hang up his hat! I keep sending him emails and telling him to listen to the people! :)