March 27, 2008

50-0 FILES:

GOP hopeful won't 'abandon' California (Joseph Curl, March 27, 2008, Washington Times)

Sen. John McCain, winding up a three-day fundraising blitz up and down the California coast, has declared he will make a serious run for one of the nation's most liberal states, which hasn't gone for a Republican presidential candidate in 20 years.

"I think we can make a play for California. It seems silly to abandon such a big state," he said last month during a barbecue at his Cornville, Ariz., home. "We're going to campaign in a lot of states the Republicans haven't campaigned in for a while."


Given the number of Latino and Asian voters he'd be crazy not to go for the win.

Posted by Orrin Judd at March 27, 2008 8:49 AM
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Rodger, which is why we had been counselling fellow Pennsylvania conservatives to switch party registration so as to be able to vote for Effendi Obama in the upcoming Democrat primary.

Posted by: Lou Gots at March 27, 2008 12:26 PM
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