McCain, a likely contender for his party's 2008 presidential nomination, steered around two questions from the audience about a potential presidential bid. When asked what he would do to appeal to liberals if he becomes a candidate, he said there were issues that resonate with all Americans, such as reducing partisanship in Washington.
"You reach across the aisle," he said.
Will be interesting to see if the GOP is stupid enough to think that prolifers and liberals will get along with McCain as long as he's "reaching across the aisle".
The senator, who entered the room with former first lady Nancy Reagan on his arm,
How puzzling that he doesn't appear to know the political difference between our beloved President Reagan and his wife Nancy, who drives away the people religious to their religion.
It's curious really, how stupid he is.
Last month McCain, looking to heal a rift with the religious conservatives who undermined his 2000 White House bid, spoke to graduating students at the Rev. Jerry Falwell's Liberty University. McCain had previously labeled Falwell and others on the right and the left as "agents of intolerance."
In his remarks, he called himself a Reagan disciple.