Wednesday, November 21, 2007

9-11 Commish is for McCain

John McCain proudly received the endorsement of Governor Tom Kean this week.


“The Honorable Thomas H. Kean, 9/11 Commission Chairman and former governor of New Jersey, joins a distinguished group of national security experts supporting John McCain, including:

George P. Shultz
Former Secretary of State

Lawrence S. Eagleburger
Former Secretary of State

R. James Woolsey Jr.
Former Director of Central Intelligence

Henry A. Kissinger
Former Secretary of State

John F. Lehman Jr.
Former Secretary of the Navy

James R. Schlesinger
Former Director of Central Intelligence

Alexander M. Haig Jr.
Former Secretary of State

Robert C. McFarlane
Former National Security Advisor

Governor Kean endorsed John McCain because McCain understands the nature of the terrorist threats that continue to confront us all. America needs a commander in chief at the helm who is ready to be president on the day he or she takes office and John McCain is ready.

Governor Kean said, ‘Like Dwight D. Eisenhower and like Ronald Reagan, John McCain senses the dangers our country faces and is the man best prepared to face them. He commands respect among his fellow citizens and stands ready to use the trust they place in him to rise above the partisanship and divisiveness that have come to characterize Washington today.’
John McCain is proud to have Governor Kean's support and has asked him to serve as chair of the First Responders for McCain coalition, along with Governor Tom Ridge.”

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