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Scarborough: McCain's Platform Is 'Less Jobs And More Wars'
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During the coverage of this evening's Florida primary results, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough discussed the impact of John McCain's victory with Pat Buchanan. The Republican establishment will rally around McCain and say "he's the guy," Buchanan said, but he cautioned that McCain's vision for America was foreboding.
"What does he say? The jobs are never coming back, the illegals are never going home, but we're gonna have a lot more wars," Buchanan said of McCain. Scarborough remarked that McCain's "inviting" presidential platform for the fall consists of "less jobs and more wars":
BUCHANAN: Here's a guy, basically, what does he say? The jobs are never coming back, the illegals are never going home, but we're gonna have a lot more wars.
SCARBOROUGH: We're gonna start a lot of wars! He has promised, for the record Keith, John McCain's platform - and it certainly looks inviting for the fall - he has promised less jobs and more wars. Now that's something we can all rally behind.
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Will McCain split the Republican Party?
Yes, his platform is too liberal
No, the party will adapt to his platform
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2617 days ago
Independents maybe putting him over the top in elections, but true Republican conservative are rejecting him and his platform.
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