NASHUA, N.H. -- Republican presidential candidate John McCain said he disagrees with President Bush's use of so-called "signing statements" when signing legislation into law.
Bush used signing statements throughout his presidency to amend or in some cases negate the legislation he was signing into law.
At a Rotary Club meeting in Nashua, McCain said Bush's use of signing statements were "wrong and it should not be done."
He then when on to pledge to the audience that he would not continue the practice if elected president.
"I would never issue a signing statement. I would only sign it or veto," McCain said about legislation that would reach his desk.