With friends like John McCain….

Who needs enemies?

 It sounds as though McCain may be campaigning for Barack Obama, again. We saw it in full bloom when McCain was the 2008 candidate and appeared to be going out of his way to aid the campaign of his opponent.

H/T to commenter Doc

9 Responses to With friends like John McCain….

  1. Army Of One says:

    As a strong Romney supporter and one who can’t stand the deceptive John McCain, I was not happy that Romney accepted his endorsement. No doubt he thought the long serving and reelected McCain has sway here. If he only knew it’s mainly senior citizens who have bought into his self created “hero” image and the many AZ newcomers who have a familiarity with his name and know few others on the ballot.

    • Stanford says:

      I’m a platform conservative supporter of Mitt Romney, who agrees with you, Army.

      Here McCain displays both his mental feebleness and support for Obama over Romney. Accepting this untrustworthy, bumbling fool’s endorsement was a colossal mistake for Romney. I cringed when I read he was doing so.

  2. LD20PC says:

    The Tea Party is made up of many seniors, and please tell me which one or two voted for McCain? I know of none and I know many of the members across the entire state.

  3. Seen It All says:

    Republicans lost a crucial election with this old fool heading our ticket. The one before him, Bob Dole, was no better. Both insured Democrats wins, but their bloated egos led them to believe it was their turn to be president.

    Clearly Mitt Romney stands the best chance of defeating Obama, but I agree that engaging with the sleazy John McNasty was a very unwise move. Whichever campaign strategist agreed to that obviously couldn’t find his own ass with both hands and should have been fired on the spot.

  4. GreenAcres says:

    And it is clear that the local hosts on KFYI radio in PHX are in the bag for McCain. Tune them out! If you want to listen to someone who actually can engage your brain, tune in to KFNX (1100 AM) between 6 and 9 a.m. and hear Laura Ingraham. And for your evening drive time, KFNX brings you Michael Savage.
    PHX local radio AM and FM is a joke.

  5. Sgt. Flapjaw says:

    Many factors have contributed to the McCain longevity crusade. The old Rooseveltian Guard that is dwindling, the various veterans who are taken in by the constant McCain proclaiming himself as a hero, the people who still listen to the MSM, the studends who come here for schooling, and don’t know much more that what they are told at ASU. Finally the bootlickers who just want to be associated with a celebrity.
    Personally, McCain was truley a man of grit during his days as a POW and deserves his county’s respect for that. He has long since used up any good will from that time. I would not want to be in a foxhole with John McCain today.

  6. Kathy says:

    On another note regarding McCain – this is the opening sentence on an article on BigPeace.com written by Andrew Bostom:

    Are the bitter fruits of Senator John McCain’s “diligent diplomacy” a humiliating prisoner “exchange”—innocent US NGO workers, for hardened jihadists, including the notorious “Blind Sheikh” Umar ‘Abd-al-Rahman, who orchestrated the murderous 1993 World Trade Center bombing?
    Please read the article titled: Egypt demands prisoner swap: Terrorist Detainees for NGO Civilians. SeeingRed – I hope I’m not doing something wrong referencing this site. Thanks for your work.

  7. Doc says:

    Thanks, SRA! I’m always GLAD to do for us here. I think Stanford’s video clip pretty much sez it all though. Sadly I find myself questioning Mr. McCain’s ability to represent US appropriately…much less endorse ANYONE….

  8. jackhammer says:

    Great work SRA and Doc!