Conservatives have been buying into voting for the "lesser of two evils" Republican candadite argument for more than 10 years now, only to get sand kicked in their faces once the election was over, and it was too late. McCain's first, and most important decision that he will make prior to Election Day, will be who he selects as his VP running mate. This decision will be a clear indication of the direction that McCain wants to take the Republican Party in the future.
Then there's the age issue. I seriously doubt that conservatives are going to rush to the polls to vote for a McCain ticket with some loopy liberal possibly being a single heartbeat away from the presidency, especially given McCain's age.
The liberal media will come after McCain along with the loons on the left. That may backfire and make people sympathetic towards him. Look what happens when Bush is attacked unfairly. I am not a fan of Bush but get pissed when the media dumps on him or fabricates incidents.
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