Cindy McCain admits disappointing response to John & Mitt rally

Concedes tough race ahead for hubby as Roll Call lists him Number Six on roster of 10 most vulnerable U.S. Senators 


My husband John has dedicated his life to serving our country. His devotion is an inspiration to our family. Now, he’s facing a difficult re-election campaign and needs your support. 

This Saturday, great American — Mitt Romney — is coming to Mesa, Arizona, for a rally to kick off John’s re-election campaign. This will be an amazing event that I want to personally invite you to attend.

The distraught Cindy includes a link to reserve the tickets that previous emails claimed were “going fast.” Now she pleads, “Space is limited. This rally is for you – there is no cost to attend, so bring your friends and family! 

Though an education major, she goes on — forgetting basic rules of grammar regarding the usage of me, myself and I — saying, “It would mean a lot to both John and I if you were able to attend.”

As to the “devotion,” cited by Cindy: In the over three decades he’s been on office, it’s clear he alone is the sole beneficiary of his own devotion. After he was censured by the AZ GOP, he spitefully partnered with Obama donors to target and oust conservative elected Republican precinct committeemen, many of whom have dedicated years of volunteer work to the AZ GOP and various county committees to elect Republicans. 

In another move against conservatives, McCain also colluded with liberal Democrat Carl Levin in pressuring Obama IRS’s Lois Lerner to target tea party groups for scrutiny in an effort to rein in their political influence.

It’s no surprise that the left leaning, amnesty supporting “maverick” John McCain is Number Six on Roll Call’s roster of the 10 most vulnerable U.S. senators. He’s got a two-term conservative state senator who is also a family practice physician, nipping at his ancient heels. The Conservative Campaign Committee, recently announced this enthusiastic endorsement of Dr. Kelli Ward.

The invitation emails have been coming at breakneck speed, indicating Team McCain is worried about having to round-up folks to stack the house. One message out in November included a plaintive plea, desperately asking recipients to “share the message with others” and “connect to see which of your Facebook friends are going to join John McCain and Mitt Romney.

If you’re a conservative, the unequivocal answer would be, “Not many!”

McCain, who will be 80 by Election Day and is running for yet another 6-year term, has exhibited difficulty even remembering who Romney is. Watch this 30-second video as McCain pathetically confuses Mitt Romney with Barack Obama during the 2012 presidential campaign. 


19 Responses to Cindy McCain admits disappointing response to John & Mitt rally

  1. East Valley Conservative says:

    After that previous intro fiasco, I doubt Romney will consent to having the doddering McCain introduce him tomorrow. I won’t be there to see whether he does or doesn’t, though. I wouldn’t show up for McCain if he offered a dinner at a San Francisco restaurant with travel and accommodations included.

    I see a method to the seemingly Mesa McMadness .In scheduling the Romney event in Mesa McCain’s operatives are hoping to generate Mormon crowds in a city that houses an LDS Temple. This is my neck of the woods and Mormons love Mitt.

    • LD 23 PC says:

      If any of the state’s Republican congressional delegation show up for this event, it will definitely let us know where their allegiances lie. I won’t vote for ANYONE who stands with the deceitful Señor Juan McAmnesty, who talks out of both sides of his lyin’ mouth.

  2. Clementine says:

    I’ve been receiving these emails and can’t figure out how I got on the invitation list, unless he’s bought the precinct committeeman list. I wouldn’t vote for McCain if he were the last man standing.

    • Former GOP PC says:

      It would take an immense amount of chutzpah to send invitations (or anything else) to Republican precinct committeemen after he’s worked to take us out of the offices we were elected to. My wife and I were replaced by McCain’s adoring Vietnamese toadys who have never showed up at a district meeting.

      At his advanced age, the old RINO McCain needs to hang it up and definitely lose our addresses, probably purchased with Cindy Lou’s beer money. Having him invade my email inbox infuriates me.

  3. azgary says:

    Lets not forget

    A Growing Number Of Maricopa County Grassroots PCs are stepping up to co-sponsor the “Anyone But John McCain” resolution that has been submitted to the MCRC Resolutions Committee for consideration for the Jan 16, 2016 MCRC Mandatory meeting. The Resolution Committee tweaked the resolution a tad (which the bylaws allows them to do) as they processed it for the Jan 16, 2016 agenda. Interested PCs can obtain a copy of the slightly revised resolution by e-mailing with their name, precinct, and email address. Well over 100 MCRC PCs have signed up to co-sponsor the resolution as they become aware of it. See full story 11-30-15-briefs Grassroots PCs are remembering that McCain said Obama was an honorable man and would make a fine President during the 2008 McCain Presidential Campaign Town Halls. Others remember all the times McCain has supported Hillary Clinton, supported the Obama-Clinton Libya policy, the Obama-Clinton Egypt policy in support of the Muslim Brotherhood, etc. Other PCs remember that the state committeemen and the Maricopa County PCs overwhelming passed a resolution censuring the 30 year senior senator because he frequently votes with the Dems.

    The MCRC “Anyone But McCain Resolution” proposal (not yet released to the media) is very similar to the resolution submitted to the AZGOP by LaFaro: The proposed resolution that LaFaro submitted to the AZGOP reads:
    AZGOP State Committeemen Endorse Anyone BUT Senator John McCain
    We, the state committeemen of the Arizona Republican Party (AZGOP) fully support our Party platform and the candidates in the general elections who support that platform. However, in the primary elections we are free to endorse and support the Republican candidates of our choice. Since the AZGOP members overwhelmingly censured Senator McCain in January 2014, we had hoped he would have returned to our Party’s values. He has not. So with conviction we rise and declare:

    WHEREAS, Senator McCain is a self-proclaimed “Republican”, but is actually a RINO, that

    ü was censured by the Arizona Republican State Committeemen on January 25, 2014; and

    ü voted for DHS funding that included money for Obama’s illegal amnesty for illegal aliens; and

    ü campaigned on securing the border but co-sponsored legislation giving “pathway to citizenship” to millions of illegal aliens; and

    ü actively worked to purge the party of grassroots conservatives using out-of-state funding via the Arizona Grassroots Action PAC; and

    ü voted to kill an amendment requiring certification that Iran has not directly supported or carried out an act of terrorism against the United States before sanctions can be lifted; and

    ü demeaned Republicans who stand for the Constitution, calling them “crazies” and “wacko birds”; and

    ü voted to support funding for the Iran Nuclear Deal, Obamacare, Executive Amnesty and Planned Parenthood’s selling of body parts.

    BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED that the AZGOP state committeemen endorse Anyone BUT Senator McCain in Arizona’s 2016 Republican primary election for the U.S. Senate.

    Just an interesting thought, for the Jan 16 meeting how about adding another thing ……a resolution demanding Recalling AZGOP Chairman and mccain stooge little robby McGraham

  4. state committeeman says:

    I would love to get a ticket just to harass McStench but would probably wind up in jail. Plus to be in the presence of all those people would just about make me ill.

  5. jakesez says:

    Don’t let them fool you. I saw a PC last night with a “McCain” button. They may be mentally challenged but, like democrats, they do vote in packs.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    When recalling all the reprobates with whom John McCain has colluded, let us not forget Janet Napolitano.

    McCain and Jon Kyl walked her down the aisle for her confirmation hearing.

    Talk about the bride of Frankenstein . . . . .

    • Villanova says:

      Birds of a feather. McCain and Kyl also voted to confirm Eric Holder and a boat load of liberal federal court judges. They are go-along-to-get-along political whores.

  7. Villanova says:

    I omitted McCain and Kyl’s vote in support of Hillary Clinton for Secretary of State.

  8. State Delegate says:

    Lukewarm so-called Republicans John McCain and Mitt Romney both lost the presidency running against Marxist Obama. The two of them are responsible for the radical changes we’re going through in the USA as we are governed by executive orders that bypass congress and the Constitution, enforced by Emperor Obama.

    The only thing that could have made this rally a RINO trifecta is to have wheeled in Bob Dole, another liberal loser. Dole just came out emulating McCain by calling Obama “a very good man.”

    I would rather watch my dog squat than listen to any of these bums. Whatever Mitt Romney is getting out of pushing McAwful is beyond me.

  9. Saguaro Sam says:

    Off topic, but important:

    Since last Saturday, large purchases of cell phones have been made in the middle of the night at various WalMart locations in Missouri by two men speaking a foreign language.

    The FBI has apparently been notified, but has not reached out to those stores.

    Now, it is being reported that in Kansas City, MO., multiple propane tanks (like the ones used for grills) have been stolen.

    If you did not see the whistleblower on Megyn Kelly’s show last night on FOX, please check out the lead story today on
    They have done an exhaustive interview with the man.

    We are on our own.

    Please stay alert. Wherever you go, be observant and orient yourself to the place you are in–know where the exits are.
    And let’s pray that we do not find ourselves in the situation where we have to decide whether to run, hide, or fight.

    • Longtime PC says:

      Appreciate this information.
      Gun sales are soaring because Americans feel more vulnerable than ever before. We have a president who is allowing impossible to vet, young male Syrian Muslims claiming refugee status to enter and infiltrate our country. I recently saw a man on the street interview with Muslims in the predominantly Muslim city of Dearborn, Michigan. Most of them wanted Sharia law to be the law of the USA.

  10. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Off topic…but interesting:

    Does anybody believe this?!
    Poll: Arizona less conservative; voters split on most social issues

    (Sent from 3TV Phoenix News)

    • Longtime PC says:

      I don’t believe it for a minute. I base my conclusion on the fact that I go door to door as a precinct committeeman and have talked to countless people over the years.This is bogus data from two leftwing sources. Cronkite is as liberal as they come, training more liberal “journalists” in the mode of old agendized, anti-war Walter who many consider responsible for the lousy treatment returning Vietnam vets received….and the Morrison institute is completely off the wall. Channel 3 must be desperate for filler to put this up.

      • Conservative Since Birth says:

        Whew! I’m not alone. If anything, it seems people are more conservative after the 7 years we’ve been through. Channel 3 is tied up with CNN and it shows in their political point of view. This is a ridiculous “poll.”

  11. Robert Darmody says:

    Time for warm milk, a blanket and a window…

    • Ajo Joe says:

      McCain is looking to break Robert Byrd’s and Carl Hayden’s longevity records. Colossal egos get in the way of good sense and providing optimum service to the people they supposedly represent.