Arizona has made the pages of the Wall Street Journal as a gaggle of John McCain operatives have launched Conservative Bridge, a Super PAC with the ostensible mission of protecting down ticket Republicans from Donald Trump.
If they were actually concerned about protecting Republicans from dire consequences in the upcoming election cycle, it is McCain himself — running for his sixth six-year senate term at age 80 — who epitomizes the grossest aspects of politics.
“We are operating on the assumption that Donald Trump will be the presidential nominee,” said Arizona-based political consultant Bert Coleman, who is among four McCronies at the new group’s helm. “We think the presidential campaign as a whole, in particular Trump’s harsh rhetoric, has damaged the Republican brand, and the name of the game is now turning out Republican voters in November.”
The “Republican brand” has suffered greatly at the retributive hands of John McCain, who has colluded with a San Francisco-based Obama donor to exact harsh punishment against Arizona conservatives tired of his left-of-center — he calls it “Maverick” course, and daring to censure him. As FrontPage mag has correctly noted, “If McCain had put in as much effort into running for president as he did in fighting conservatives, he would have been in the White House.”
Of course the PAC wants your money. But don’t be a piker. They are not messing around with the small stuff when it comes to donations. The $10,000 box is ready for you to click, or perhaps the one alongside it, where the sky appears to be the limit.
McCain is being challenged by Dr. Kelli Ward, a vibrant former two-term state senator and physician who has the savvy to work on restructuring the nightmare known as Obamacare. Visit her website and send her a donation. McCain has Washington lobbyists and operatives keeping his campaign coffers filled. Kelli Ward has Arizona voters ready for a change. This is our long awaited opportunity. Don’t squander it.