Hayworth the magician: His mere presence turns RINO McCain into a conservative

Hat tip to commenter Kathy for alerting us to the latest incarnation of John McCain. The old sea dog has changed into a border warrior, in the wake of a challenge from a genuine conservative, J.D. Hayworth.

We read a desperate sounding…er…shamefulletter from McCain, pleading with Arizona’s former Governor, uber-liberal Janet Napolitano — now Obama’s Homeland Security Chieftain,  to send troops to the border in the wake of the senseless murder of Cochise County rancher Robert Krentz. Unfortunately, knowing McCain’s double-talk and history regarding the border, it sounds more like an act of political desperation than actual anxiety. John McCain, along with his senate seat-mate Jon Kyl and the late Ted Kennedy were the trio of architects of the failed Comprehensive Immigration Reform — fancy words which could be distilled down to one: “Amnesty.”

Read Hot Air’s post here.

12 Responses to Hayworth the magician: His mere presence turns RINO McCain into a conservative

  1. sherriaz says:

    Shameless grandstanding from a man already on record as being FOR amnesty. There’s no way to whitewash it now, McStain. Blood is on your hands, and those of your buddy Juan Hernandez, for every American killed by an illegal alien. More Americans have lost their lives to illegals than have been killed overseas in Iraq- doesn’t that make you proud, McStain?

    How’s Sarah feeling about supporting Mr. Lettuce? If she’s not ashamed, she isn’t paying attention. But we are. No to McCain and yes to Hayworth!

    • Doc says:

      Sarah’s lost touch, as did her mentor, McCain. Honey, America didn’t forget yer buddy’s amnesty crap! Sadly, she’s on my “86’d” list.

      Then today, I read how Mitt Romney’s touting his Mass. Socialist healthcare reform, which th’ head muslim & minions modeled theirs after…86’d too.

      And the more I read about Huckabee…86’d too.

      CONSERVATIVES need to find a legitimately viable candidate for 1600 PA. Ave. in 2012. Thank GOD we here found 1 for th’ Senate…GIT ‘EM, J.D.!

  2. Night Owl says:

    McNasty’s ads say “Character matters.” There are actually two words missing: LACK OF Character Matters.
    He’ll use any situation and do or say whatever accomplishes his goal. The fact that he’s picggybacking on this horrific murder tells me more than I want to know about his lack of true character.It’s all about political expediency. HIS!

  3. Dist. 7 PC says:

    McCain can alter himself into any configuration. We’re on to him.

    Changing his longstanding position in support of amnesty in order to appear hawkish in repsonse to this brutal murder, shows him to be as reprehensible as many of us have known him to be for a long while. For McCain, this is political opportunity. He shows himself to be so raw as to disgust.

  4. Kathy says:

    Juan Hernandez & La Raza (McCain’s buddies) were unavailable for comment.

  5. Hometown Guy says:

    What a farce this guy is! I just saw an ad on WorldNetDaily with the words “Amnesty is Back!“ and begging for donations to McAmnesty’s campaign. He must think we’re fools with no memory. McCain was the promoter of this travesty. Now he fears it and wants money to fight it? Give me a break!

  6. Sideliner says:

    Reconstituted McCain = desperate McCain

  7. MacBeth says:

    The only way to view this new urgency for border security is through the political lens. The rancher’s death provides McCain a platform to appear tough. All he has ever done on this topic is give us amnesty proposals. Now that he’s fighting for his political life, he has turned his amnesty thrust over to his good buddy Sen. Lindsey Gramnesty, since he can’t afford to have his own grimy fingerprints anywhere around this divisive issue now.

  8. Realist says:

    I think McShame’s re-election committee is taking instructions from Rahm Emanuel.

  9. Mason says:

    Doc, I thought I was the only one who felt that way about the so-called frontrunners for the GOP in 2012. Palin, Romney, or Hucksterbe are three tickets to 4 more years of BHO.

  10. Doc says:

    Nope, Mason. Palin was actually my 1st choice, honestly. But when she began to support the guy who threw her under the bus after the Presidential race of ’08, I HAD to ask…”why wouldja’ stand up for this guy? What’s th’ rest of th’ story?” If there’s a “rest of th’ story, there’s wierdness. And we don’t need ANYMORE of THAT!

    Romney & Huckabee just give themselves away, as R.I.N.O.’s tend to do, every day! Now there’s talk of some kinky sex scandal with Steele & th’ RNC. I don’t know if it’s true or not, but that needs to be squared away…Jeez, every day it’s some new crap! Conservatives need to get a reliable, straight-up guy/gal inna hurry!

  11. Mason says:

    I’d really like to see Sen DeMint (the GOOD senator from SC)throw his hat in, but I have seen no signs of him doing so. He sounds like the real deal.