Octogenarian McCain tottering for reelection

It would be difficult to top Matt Drudge’s witty headline, “McCain to seek re-re-re-re-re-election,” but one small correction is needed. The senior senator allegedly representing Arizona is actually seeking his sixth term, meaning yet another “re” should be added.

McCain’s announcement speech was fittingly given before a gathering of pro-amnesty Chamber of Commerce enthusiasts lunching Tuesday at the posh Arizona Biltmore Resort. McCain was introduced by his sycophantic doppelganger Jeff Flake, whom McCain lavished with praise —- not for any accomplishments —- but for his supposed good looks. He got no, “Aw shucks, sir,” in response from the agreeing junior senator.

In his speech, McCain feigned concern about citizen frustration over a variety of issues, but specifically stated, “Arizonans are frustrated by the federal government’s chronic inability to secure our southern border.” After likening himself to Ronald Reagan, he mentions God and somberly declares his work isn’t finished.

You can’t beat that with a stick!

The fact is, John McCain has been a Washington, D.C. insider since 1982 when he was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. He was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1986. If he was effective and actually worked with the Republicans under whose banner he runs, instead of continually aisle-crossing to collude with the Democrats, the frustration levels would be far less profound.

Despite his pre-election rhetoric, the censured John McCain has never had any intention of providing actual border securityNeither has Jeff Flake. Immediately after the 2012 election, the duo were start-up members of the “Gang of Eight” teaming with a couple of other Republicrats and quartet of liberals attempting to legitimize throwing open America‘s doors to welcome illegal invaders. 

John McCain, unable to gracefully retire and filled with rage against the audacity of any challengers, will be 80 years old as he campaigns for another six-year term to undercut America.

We have a much better alternative. Meet state Sen. Kelli Ward.


30 Responses to Octogenarian McCain tottering for reelection

  1. Doc says:

    Well, I found out this info yesterday whilst listening to Mark Levin. This guy’s “Th’ REAL DEAL”, folks! THEN, Mr. Levin, who started the push for Constitutional Convention of the States, with fairly good success, informed listeners that in Arizona, State Senator Biggs WILL NOT BRING THAT TOPIC to the floor of OUR Senate! As I recall, th’ good ?senator? has deep, intimate ties to mcTraitor

    • Ellsworth says:

      Levin is brilliant. I wish I could listen to him o a regular basis, but his radio schedule conflicts with my schedule. I was unaware Biggs is tied to McCain. If true, that’s a huge disappointment. Jeff Flake might well be the connective link.

      • Doc says:

        I listen to him on my computer. “conservative talk radio”….is a double negative. They’re all in the R.I.N.O. pocket (think k.f.y.i.) so I will not give them an ear. Google Mark Levin & follow the prompts & you can listen to his shows commercial free!

    • Hagar says:

      Biggs tied in with McCain? Surely you jest. You must not know Andy Biggs. The Biggs I know has little in common with McShame.

  2. State Delegate says:

    I’ve long suspected McCain wins elections with the help of Democrats who he suits just fine. Most thinking Republicans despise him. I don’t know a single conservative who has voted for him in years.

    He was only able to beat conservative JD Hayworth by outspending him by nearly ten to one, much of it money held in his failed presidential account. It would be sweet to see this liberal egotist finally kicked to the curb.

    I am proud to have joined the multitude of elected state delegates in voting for his censure. I was among the ones who walked out during the January state meeting when state chair Robert Graham pulled a fast one by clearing the auditorium and sneaking him, the Flake and the Vietnamese contingent in. They were among his few supporters and they were still waving the flags of the country they couldn’t wait to flee. I found that beyond offensive.

  3. CD 8 PC says:

    McCain thinks calling himself a “maverick” gives him license to continually betray Republicans. It would be a rare treat to see him ousted by a conservative in the same way the cocky Eric Cantor lost his U. S. House seat in Virginia to an underrated dynamo named David Brat. Brat is now the Congressman representing Virginia and Cantor is probably still wondering what hit him.

  4. Ajo Joe says:

    McCain is unable to let go of power,and revels in the microphones and cameras. He’s emulating his leftwing senate heroes. West Virginia’s Robert Byrd was the longest tenured senator in our nation’s history. Refusing to retire, he died at 92, breaking the congressional longevity record of Arizona’s Carl Hayden who spent 56 years in Congress!!

    A least Hayden had the good sense to finally retire. In his announced he was quoted as saying “Among other things that fifty-six years in Congress have taught me is that contemporary events need contemporary men. Time actually makes specialists of us all. When a house is built there is a moment for the foundation, another for the walls, the roof and so on. Arizona’s foundation includes fast highways, adequate electric power, and abundant water, and these foundations have been laid. It is time for a new building crew to report, so I have decided to retire from office at the close of my term this year.”

    Someone ought to send those sentiments to John McCain.

  5. jon jensen says:

    Mccain is jealous that mexico has made juan bush an honorary mexican illegal alien. After all he says he was born in central america and migrated north like everybody else! How many candidates will he get to run in the primary to scatter the votes against him?

  6. Conservative Since Birth says:

    McCain should be ousted for consistent support of:

    Gun Control
    Cap & Trade
    Tax Increases
    Wall Street Bailout
    Funding Obamacare
    Criticism of efforts to halt that funding
    Opposition to $1.3 Trillion Tax Cut
    Support for a $600 Billion Tax Hike
    Repeated Votes to Raise the Debt Limit
    Voting against Term Limits

    He is one of the most anti-conservative RINOs in the Senate.

    I hope Arizona voters pay attention to what he DOES for 5-1/2 years and not what he SAYS the rest of the time to be reelected.

    He should be going to hell after his death just for the way he lies to and manipulates people. Robert Durst and McCain must have been separated at birth.

    • azgary says:

      if McCain and or flake are the nominees I will be voting for the democrat, there is no other way to get rid of them

      • JadedByPolitics says:

        I am telling people to do the same in Boehners district, if you cannot take these traitors out in the primary, vote Dem to send them home for good.

  7. SmallGovt says:

    This is the Politico story and McCain could have a tough race against some of the Congressmen. He will love to have Kelli Ward as an opponent…no race at all. Otherwise you will end up with McCain, Sinema, or Gabby/Hubby. Kelli Ward that you keep touting is unqualified and a non starter.


    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      You wonder about the credibility of a Politico article when they show a photo of Matt Salmon and call him Gage Skidmore.

      • Braveheart says:

        Good catch on the name screw up! This morning’s edition of the AZ Repulsive had an equally weird name error under the photo of Chris Simcox. They changed his last name to Wilcox !!

    • Doc says:

      …ODD…I listened to Senator Ward’s interview with Mr. Levin and….even HE…who’s a skeptic…was impressed. She ain’t PERFECT….but th’ last PERFECT person I know of was murdered over 2000 years ago by a bunch of drunk romans.,..

      …just sayin’…

      • azgary says:

        once again succumbing to the lesser of two evils instead of demanding better.
        her cave in to lobbyist and her pro bureaucrat legislation should be ringing warning bells.
        the ignoring and forgiving her trespass instead of holding her accountable is no different than those doing the same with McCain, you cannot get “a little bit pregnant”. you are or youre not.

        she has shown her colors and you folks who wont hold her accountable for her actions are why we cant get true conservative representatives of the people instead of the lobbyist.

        they know you will vote for them anyway, so why should they care about choosing money over voters?

  8. Proudly Prolife says:

    John McCain is a political con man, doing and saying whatever it takes to win. He plays both sides of the abortion issue. Here he calls an act that results in the death of pre-born human infants an “unpleasant procedure.” Far too many in the prolife community have been duped by him, but listen to his words and you’ll get an idea of where he really is as he says we need to be “inclusive,” on this non-debatable issue and to “go back to the platform of 1980.“ That was pre-Reagan (1981-1989) and before the pro-life language was included in our Republican plank.

  9. Conservative Since Birth says:

    It’s not only AZ Conservatives who want him gone.

    Conservatives Revolt Against John McCain’s Reelection Bid


  10. Doc says:

    So…seriously…a good friend of mine designs & makes stickers of all shapes & sizes. I am ordering Blue stickers with white lettering, standard “bumper-sticker” size & that funny little star thing mcTraitor used during his last ?presidential? campaign. The top half will say, “McCain? Again?”, & the bottom half will say, “No, Thank You.”…maybe these letters in RED…
    …What does everyone think? I could think of A LOT more harsh things that I might put on MY car or even My Motorcycle. But I thought if I make 1 that says what’s needed, without profanity or provocation, EVERYBODY might “fly” it.

  11. J-p A Maldonado says:

    BUCK McFAIN! there is no difference between a RINO and a mule.

  12. Saguaro Sam says:

    Anyone hear the interview, yesterday, that McCain did with electrician-turned-mediocre talk radio commentator Mike Broomhead on KFYI ?

    McCain just happened to leak that Lindsay Graham is going to run for president.

    • Ajo Joe says:

      I stopped listening to KFYI when they salivated over McCain and hoisted the middle finger at conservative former congressman JD Hayworth. FOX News did the same. So called conservative outlets are thrilled to have those they consider powerful as guests, regardless of how they abuse the people of the state they supposedly represent and by extension, all of the citizens of the United States with their leftwing votes that affect everyone. John McCain is pro-amnesty. Jeff Flake is pro-amnesty. Jon Kyl before him was pro-amnesty. ALL of our AZ congressmen and women fall into the same category and by supporting the invasion, they encourage more. The USA will become a Third World Nation, but all they care about it their own reelections.

      BTW: I like your description of Broomhead.

    • Doc says:

      I was D-U-N with kfyi after their lies about conservatism as they treated THEIR OWN J.D. Hayworth like trash. Pretty much, listening to Marl Levin on my computer is all that’s left & Honestly, he pretty much covers all the bases. I wonder if th’ electrician turned medeocre talk show host still covers occaisionally for Glen Beck?

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      I run the other way when I hear whiny Mike Broomhead, who never passes up a chance to “interview” Senator Bait ‘n Switch. Same with that other guy who retired from that station. All McCain all the time. The big fuss they make over the guy fools a lot of listeners who don’t pay a lot of attention to politics.

  13. Tucson GOP says:

    These words of ancient Democrat pork barreler and onetime KKK member Sen. Robert Byrd aptly apply to John McCain:

    “We get white hair. We get wrinkles. We move more slowly. We worry more about falling down because we don’t bounce up the way we used to. Our brains are still sharp, but our tongues are slower. We have learned, sometimes the hard way, to think before we speak. I hope, however, that what we have to say is worth the wait. My only adversity is age.  It is not a bar to my usefulness as a Senator.  I still look out for West Virginia.  I still zealously guard the welfare of this nation and its Constitution.  I still work, every day, to move the business of this nation forward, to end this reckless adventure in  Iraq and to protect, preserve, and defend the Constitution against those who would reshape it to suit partisan agenda. And I will continue to do this work until this old body gives out. Just don’t expect that to be anytime soon.”