McCain strategists obviously turn to focus groups as Arizonans continue to get McScrewed
In another of his campaign beg-a-thon emails to his “friends,” John McCain has included a survey. The 80-year-old aisle-crossing maverick running for another six-year term, and who has been a key advisor to the Obama White House, is once again a candidate, and disingenuously talking tough. He’s also acting as if he cares about those of us outside the D.C. beltway. “I’m taking the fight to President Obama and I want your help to prioritize my next step. Please take just 30 seconds to share your opinion on five important issues in our country,” McCain pleads.
Of course it’s a fraud, just like everything else McCain hypes or touches. He doesn’t care what the answers to the insultingly ridiculous questions are. He wants our money. By now he’s sent us so many donation solicitations that he signs off chummily as “John.”
His McSurvey asks inane questions on Veterans, National Security, the Economy, Immigration and Education —- all of which have suffered under John McCain’s watch. The choice of answers are Yes, No and Not Sure.
A sample of the questions:
Do you agree that veterans should have choice in their health care and not be locked into a broken system?
Do you think Arizona’s military assets are important to our national security? Do you agree with the President and Democrats that the sanctions on Iran – a country with known ties to terrorists – should be lifted, even after it violated the terms of the agreement?
Are you concerned about America’s out-of-control federal debt — now nearly $19 trillion and rising?
Are you concerned by President Barack Obama’s handling of our nation’s border security and the flow of illegal immigrants to the United States?
In the last few years, I helped stabilize pay rates for Border Patrol agents in Arizona, effectively providing more man power on the border. And just last year, the National Defense bill directed more than $170 million to critical border projects, including towers, communications, and critical air assets used by law enforcement. Do you believe these are important steps to securing our border?
Strong schools make Arizona’s economy stronger, providing more opportunities to retain local talent – do you agree?
Had enough of the campaign related blather from the dodgy codger? Here’s the logical solution.