John McCain Wins GOP Nomination

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John McCain Wins GOP Nomination
Contest Directions: After Republican presidential candidate John McCain successfully secured his GOP nomination, President George W. Bush gave his endorsement to McCain. Meeting with McCain and his wife at the White House, Bush junior said that McCain is a true Republican and would make a great country leader and commander-in-chief. At the same time many analysts think that blessings from Bush would actually drop McCain's ratings, since Bush has the lowest support ratings of all times, and associating with Bush is not the best thing at the moment.
Photoshop anything related to John McCain winning the GOP nomination, his future possible presidency, and running mate. Some examples are: motivational & demotivational posters with McCain, old paintings showing "Christening" of McCain by GOP leaders, his election posters with his running mate, etc.

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    • Started: 3/6/2008 06:00
    • Ended: 3/8/2008 06:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 23
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    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
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    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
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    John McCain General
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    John McCain Emperor
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    John McCain as Napoleon
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    John McCain Ghost
  • John McCain and George Bush Roman Painting

    John McCain and George Bush Roman Painting
  • George Bush Feeding John McCain

    George Bush Feeding John McCain
  • John McCain as King Henry VIII

    John McCain as King Henry VIII
  • John McCain the Gladiator

    John McCain the Gladiator
  • John McCain the George Bush Body Snatcher

    John McCain the George Bush Body Snatcher
  • Vote John McCain Save America

    Vote John McCain Save America
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This contest is fueled by the following news: President George Bush officially expressed support to the member of the same party John McCain in the fight for the White house. "He will win", - stated the Head of the Administration after meeting the 71-year-old senator from Arizona and his wife Cindy at the main entrance in the White house. It is a sign of special respect and disposition to the legislator, who the day before, guaranteed himself as a candidate for US president from the Republican Party in the November elections, informs CNN. "John has shown improbable courage, force of character and persistence on his way to this time and the president should especially possess such qualities, who could solve difficult issues and not recede before threats" - stated Bush coming out with McCain before journalists in the Pink garden of the residence. "Even more recently, I think, very few people expected that John McCain will appear here as candidate for president from the Republican Party, - continued the Head of the White house."However it was known to him and his wife Cindy". According to existing rules, McCain will be officially declared as a candidate for the Republicans for the presidential post at congress in the beginning of September in Minneapolis State, Minnesota. Bush, declaring full support to McCain, stated he would help him in several vital areas for victory in November - from fund raising in pre-elections to improving the relations with conservative-minded Republicans, who dislike McCain. Now the National Committee of the Republican Party may join to support the new leader with its organizational resources. The fierce fight between the ex "First Lady" of the USA Hillary Clinton and the young black senator from Illinois Barrack Obama continues within the Democratic Party. Sometime back, Bush predicted that the Hillary Clinton would reach the final but the candidate from the Republican Party would finally win.

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