Sunday, October 26, 2008

Boortz: To the Undecided Voter

Recently, we told you about The Comprehensive Argument Against Barack Obama. Our buddy Don reports that Neal Boortz has a similar effort: To the Undecided Voter. Like a lot of us, he's got plenty to dislike about McCain, and says as much. But his differences with Maverick pale by comparison to his problems with The One. As did Benson, Ham, and Morrisey in their article, Boortz steers clear of the unsubstantiated allegations that the left would use to discount the reasoned critiques.

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