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 security. Neither 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.