Calls conservative principles “amazing,” foolish” and “deceiving”
In the wake of his $30 million senate election “purchase,” John McCain found that all that money bought him no love from the DC Press Corps following his re-election. He groused to his cell phone “therapists” (ex-staffers who still take his calls as “old friends”) that no one was paying any attention to him.
So, for Arizona’s Senior Senator, one way to say “Look at me…Look at me!” was to embrace the Libyan “freedom fighters’ — even though he knew next to nothing about them, and troubling reports of their Islamofascist connections abound.
But now, the septuagenarian attention-seeker has found a sure-fire way to get back in the headlines: Bad-mouth the Tea Party!
He has done that by reading portions of this editorial from the Wall Street Journal on the Senate floor. The WSJ editorialists — McCain’s Open Borders co-conspirators — are more than happy to help their “cheap labor champion” in his latest betrayal of Conservatives.
The bottom line in this “backstabbing synergy?”
Trying to convince the House Freshmen that they should listen to “sophisticates” like McCain — and discount the wishes of the folks back home.