"When the economic crisis broke, I found John McCain bouncing all over the place. In those first few crisis days, he was impetuous, inconsistent, and imprudent; ending up just plain weird. Having worked with Ronald Reagan for seven years, and been with him in his critical three summits with Gorbachev, I’ve concluded that that’s no way a president can act under pressure.Second is judgment. The most important decision John McCain made in his long campaign was deciding on a running mate.That decision showed appalling lack of judgment. Not only is Sarah Palin not close to being acceptable in high office—I would not have hired her for even a mid-level post in the arms-control agency. But that selection contradicted McCain’s main two, and best two, themes for his campaign—Country First, and experience counts. Neither can he credibly claim, post-Palin pick."
It looks like McCain's biggest supporters these days are Joe Lieberman, an outcast from the Democratic Party, Sarah Palin and conservative pundit Sean Hannity. The defection from the Republican camp has been steadily increasing as McCain's sleazy, directionless campaign rapidly descends into the gutter.