Tuesday, May 8, 2018

McCain nearing the end


Ed. I can't say that I will enjoy hearing news of McCain's death. But this is a political thug who betrayed voters time and again. McCain lied to his constituents in Arizona, claiming to be a conservative yet acting like one only for about 6 months prior each of his bids for re-election. Upon winning another 6 year term he would, of course, revert to his pro-Democrat, aisle-crossing ways.

I have no respect for John McCain. I can't imagine that he will be missed unless it is by his fellow Democrats, in the Senate and in the national media.

The following article appeared in the American Thinker on May 7th


As we read, Senator McCain is saying goodbye to old friends, from former vice president Joseph Biden to others.
He'll make no more phony claims of being a conservative!

He is also saying that he should have chosen Senator Joseph Lieberman over Governor Sarah Palin in 2008:

His advisers reportedly had warned against choosing Lieberman, who was once a Democrat, stating that Lieberman's support of abortion rights could divide Republicans.  "It was sound advice that I could reason for myself," he writes. "But my gut told me to ignore it and I wish I had."



In a new HBO documentary, McCain goes on to say that not choosing Lieberman was "another mistake" that he made in his political career.

Lieberman told the Times that he didn't know McCain felt that way.

"It touched me greatly," he said of the film.

For the record, I was not in favor of Governor Palin in 2008.  Yes, Palin sparked our side and was a great campaigner.  But her lack of experience was obvious.

At the same time, she was not the reason that McCain lost.

The race was a dead heat around the first debate, but Senator McCain fell victim to that banking crisis in the last weeks of the campaign.  In other words, the spread between McCain and Obama grew after the banking crisis broke in the news.

It did not help that the media were in the tank for Senator Obama.

As for Senator Lieberman on the ticket, it would have been of little benefit.

I'm not sure that any V.P. choice would have made a difference for Senator McCain.  He lost, and that's all I can say.

It's really sad to watch an amazing life end with this kind of bitterness.  John McCain was one of the greatest and most consequential lives of the last 50 years, from war hero to a great senator.  Why mess it up talking about regrets?


Ed.  The banking crisis?  Uh huh. Well tell me...exactly WHEN did McCain expose Obama as the far-left, America-hating Marxist that he was? You see, that's what politicians DO when they are trying to win an election; they tell voters the unpleasant facts about their opponent! 

But McCain didn't attack Obama with the truth! Hell, he ENDORSED the guy for Christ sake!

McCain was in every way a gutless wonder during the so-called "campaign." Indeed...the only time in his life that McCain displayed any real "vigor" was during his repeated selling-out of  conservatives!


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