Why John McCain Lost

There is one reason for John McCain having lost the 2008 presidential election—John McCain. It’s not more complicated than that. I could end the post here, but since so many people seem to fail to grasp that basic logic, I will explain.

John McCain did not lose because he ran too many negative ads, nor did he lose because he spread too many (or too few) lies about Barack Obama. John McCain did not lose because he selected Sarah Palin as his running mate. He did not lose because of a media bias in favor of Barack Obama. He did not lose because of George Bush. He did not lose the election because he leaned too far to the right or because he drifted too far to the center. He didn’t lose because he was too angry.

All of those were merely distractions intended to hide the fact that John McCain did not support policies that Americans wanted. Americans are not interested in eight more years of needless wars, failed economic philosophies, violation of American rights, and so on.

John McCain lost because of John McCain.

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