With a month to go before election day, Hugh Hewitt sums up the case for John McCain better than McCain himself is likely to do. Hugh concludes:
America is a great and good nation, and it will not turn itself over to a party in the grip of its hardest left cadres, its most corrupt machine and its least experienced nominee ever.
Especially not when it has a man of enormous courage and proven devotion and sacrifice at the ready to lead through difficult times.
I agree that McCain should close and win the election, but I don’t share Hugh’s confidence that he will.
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