CNN is reporting that McCain has "suspended his campaign" and is asking Obama to do the same, due to the economic crisis:
Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain announced Wednesday that he is suspending his campaign to return to Washington and focus on the "historic" crisis facing the U.S. economy.
Is this the first step in canceling the elections due to "national emergency"?
Is that part of the reason that the U.S. military is permanently being deployed within the U.S. to deal with "civil unrest" and "crowd control"?
Many of us have been warning about this possibility for years.Hopefully, McCain's suspension of his campaign is just political posturing, and he will return to the campaign next week. Hopefully, this is not the first step in canceling the election.
Maybe it was a trial balloon to see how Americans might react if Bush decided to cancel elections?
They couldn't have been to happy about the reaction: John McCain bails on David Letterman, and the host is not happy