"The Cafferty File": McCain cooked?
.What does it mean when a conservative Pittsburgh newspaper owned by a long time Republican supporter calls President Bush’s Iraq policy a "prescription for American suicide" and questions his mental stability?
It means that Bush was correct when he said that he was a "uniter and not a divider." After 6 years, Bush has united the country in opposition to his incompetent and increasingly incomprehensible policies in Iraq. Simply stated, those policies have failed. As the paper's strongly worded views amply illustrate, no one is being fooled anymore. -Steven, Arlington, Virginia
Jack, It means that people who used to rely on the largesse of the Bush administration are now receiving the same kind of treatment the rest of us have been getting for the past six and a half years. At this late date, what else would they think but that Bush has gone nuts, or lost his focus? -Ed, Phoenix, Arizona
It means the country is returning to sanity. -Craig, Springfield, Virginia
If the President could read the tea leaves, or if he could read period, he would know the world, not just Americans have had a belly full of him, and his sick policies. You folks did the kabuki dance to get us into this war, maybe you could at least not drink anymore Kool-Aid from the White House. -Tim
It means that the same ridiculously conservative republicans who voted Bush in for the second term are finally starting to realize that the elevator doesn't stop on all the floors. -Steven, Greensboro, North CarolinaAre "bad driver" fees of up to $3,000 a good idea?
They are trying to do this in New Jersey. The fines are upward of $4,000 and your license gets revoked for 4 months... I think it's total B.S! -Thomas, Jersey City, New Jersey
It's not a rich or poor debate. It's not about the State of Virginia being in need of funds, for whatever purpose. It's about keeping our roads safe. Better yet, making them safer...We're not talking about making parking meters active on Sundays, we're talking about penalizing those who break the law, in a manner which could possibly result in the harm, or death, of others. Make the fines whatever you want. I'll feel safer, not only for myself, but for my loved ones on the road. -Tim, New York
I think the bad driver fees are a good idea. I think it will take some of those bad drivers off the road if they can't pay the fees. I don't understand why if we have speed limits on all our roads and highways, are car makers allowed to make cars that go so fast? -Ricky, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jack, Bad drivers are by their very nature "bad drivers". The rich will continue to drive badly, and the poor and middle class will simply drive badly without a license for failure to pay their fines. -Bryan, Athens, Georgia