There are consequences to every single election
During this last election cycle, many individuals felt there was little to distinguish John McCain from Barack Obama. McCain was a moderate Republican who sought to position himself more toward a perceived center. He had at times shown a gleeful countenance while tweaking members of his own party with matters such as campaign finance reform, which in a fit of cosmic justice, proved to be a major factor in the ultimate undoing of his candidacy.
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