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.