Graham drops out, frees up McCain to support Rubio

Not known for his loyalty, John McCain has remained a steadfast endorser of the presidential campaign of his longtime global traveling companion and amnesty supporting senate pal Lindsey Graham.

McCain and Graham also share the dishonorable bond of each having been repeatedly censured by their own home state Republican parties for being RINOs fundamentally inconsistent with GOP principles.

To say Graham’s national effort has gathered no steam would be generous. His national polling numbers have veered between 0 and 1 percent. In 2013 McCain referred to Hillary as a “rock star” who he said he could support, which he won’t do as he runs for a sixth 6-year term at age 80.

With Graham finally exiting the presidential stage,  McCain is now free to openly support Marco Rubio, who eagerly hopped on-board as a founding member of McCain/Flake/Schumer’s amnesty supporting Gang of Eight train.

Choo choo.


10 Responses to Graham drops out, frees up McCain to support Rubio

  1. PV PC says:

    Lindsey Grahamnesty and Marco Rubio are interchangeable. Both are for open borders, although smooth talker Rubio is a more proficient liar. They are both joined at the hip with the despicable John McCain.

  2. truth or consequences says:

    I don’t think Graham’s withdrawal will result in McCain endorsing Rubio. That endorsement could lead to discussions that McCain goes both ways. No double entendre intended.

    • Realist says:

      John McAmnesty and Lindsey Grahamnesty are rarely seen apart. They’ve probably traveled together more than John and Cindy Lou have. I wonder if the twosome get a suite with a connecting door… case there’s some sort of emergency….?

  3. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Love those train sounds.
    Lindsey finally decided to stop the charade. Whatever made him think he had anything the people wanted? He can be a mean, ornery guy, especially to Conservatives.

    So, the push by Lindsey’s partner in crime will be to get Rubio nominated. People are furious with Rubio because of the Gang of 8 membership. He’s been bought and paid for by open-borders billionaires. He seems to talk out of both sides of his mouth and has actually lied about Ted Cruz’s immigration record. I heard on a local radio show in the evening recently that Marco might be having an affair with a lobbyist. Is that why he missed the Omnibus vote the other day? If true, he’s doubly cooked.

  4. VINOAZ says:

    Heard a clip of John boy lamenting that his good friend and accomplice is dropping out. Could not figure out why a liberal, full of you know doesn’t appeal to conservatives and real Republicans. Said he was highly qualified. I agree, highly qualified to be another potential presidential looser to a radical left wing nut-job Democrat.

  5. Conservative Since Birth says:

    This clears the way for a Pataki surge……

    • Vince says:

      Great line! It made me laugh on this overcast day, (I’m speaking of the weather, not Graham’s boogie.)

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    McCain always makes sure that he has skin in the game.

    Interesting—just when FOX begins its ‘We Love Marco’ 24/7 campaign, McGrahamnesty folds like a cheap suit.

    Also being reported today—the next GOP debate on FOX will feature the 3 stooges once again. Baier, Kelly, and Wallace.

  7. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Marco Rubio Affair with D.C. Lobbyist Goes Public – Tea Party News

  8. Geoffrey Parker says:

    An objective of state Republican parties is to bring Republicans into office, not censure them when they achieve that.