Monday, February 25, 2008


In the past few weeks, asking questions has caused quite a stir on the internet, especially when the questions were pointed in the direction of John McCain. Ever since Dr. Jack Wheeler posted "How the Clintons will Destroy John McCain", bloggers on the right started wetting the bed. For some bloggers, asking any questions about McCain's service in Viet Nam or his personal conduct since taking a seat in the senate was out of bounds, even shameful.

I don't see a whole lot of difference between McCain and a democrat, and since our Nation's stability is circling the drain, I think it's our duty to ask a few pointed questions. However, the bed-wetters' rationale is to shut up, get in line, and support the candidate the republican party has put before us, lest we derail his chances in November. Oh, really?

Recently, a new blogger has come forth and, he, too, has some questions. His name is Mark Vance and he blogs at The PatriotMan 1787. Being an expert on our Constitution makes Vance quite familiar with our quadrennial process. In his post, Vance notices one thing that was missed by all:

"The one question no one bothered to ask is: what is the possibility that there might be some truth to the information?"

To know that everything Wheeler mentioned in his article to be untrue would first require a question. And, being that the information proving Wheeler's assertions one way or the other is under seal, I think, is cause for more than a few questions. But, instead of questions, we get bed-wetting.

In addition to what Vance pointed out, Wheeler predicted McCain would have problems in the area of lobbying, the female kind. And, if I remember correctly, the NYT did a little piece on this very subject last week, one that everyone's still talking about. Funny, though, I don't remember any of the frenzied bloggers on the right making mention of Wheeler's prediction coming true. Is that the faint scent of credibility I'm smelling here? It could be.

OK, KIDS, GRAB YOUR PLASTIC PANTIES because Dr. Jack Wheeler is coming on our show tonight. Andrea will be asking questions too. To sweeten the pot a little, Pam Geller of Atlas Shrugs will be dropping by to join Andrea. (I think she has questions of her own, but I could be wrong) The last time Pam stopped by the show, some listeners declared they would never listen again. Imagine that.

WHEN: Monday at 9 PM ET.

WHERE: The Andrea Shea-King Show on BlogTalkRadio.

WHY: Because some of us do have questions.

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