Actions, sir. Not words.
In other news:
A commenter says this about John McCain.
I give you John McCain. Critical of our President at times, so he's got the correct distance. Calls for reforms of his own party, so he's got the ethical chops. Strong supporter of the war effort, and demands that we don't cut and run, but put in some more troops to do it right, if we're going to do it at all.Ha! McCain launched the biggest assault in modern times on the First Amendment. Google McCain-Feingold.
In deference to his support of Second Amendment issues, the NRA gives him lifetime score of C+ and the GOA gives him the score of C.
McCain ain't a gun supporter, unless he thinks it is politically expedient to support gun rights. Coming as he does from gun-friendly Arizona, I am frankly surprised that he can't garner better scores from the NRA and GOA. However, he has proven that he will attack the First Amendment (religion, speech, assembly) when it is politically expedient. What makes anyone think that McCain will be gun-friendly?
I can't support John McCain for president.
UPDATE: Edited for clarity.