McCain’s office “rally” shows he knows he can’t generate a crowd

John McCain has scheduled a rally Friday morning — May 6 —at his local Phoenix office. It will feature a quartet of disappointing freshman GOP senators Joni Ernst (IA ), David Perdue (GA), Dan Sullivan (AK), and Cory Gardner (CO). (Click on their names to see their Conservative Review scores.)

McCain’s choice of freshman Republicans speaks to the fact that those who know him best, like him least. Scheduling a rally in his office rather than a large venue makes it clear he knows he can’t generate a crowd.

McShadows Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake must have been otherwise occupado. His reliable liberal Democrat Gang of Eight amnesty cohorts — Chuck Schumer, Dick Durbin, Bob Menendez, and Michael Bennet, wouldn’t be prudent choices when he’s running for reelection. 

It should be difficult to imagine an 80-year-old senator having the gall to run for another 6-year term, but after over three decades in office, McCain tells us he still has more work to do.  

6 Responses to McCain’s office “rally” shows he knows he can’t generate a crowd

  1. Attila The Hunny says:

    I received another plea for cash from Team McCain. This one was especially humorous since it was a coordinated dual endorsement from the US Chamber of Commerce and the AZ Chamber. The Chambers represent business interests that prefer to hire cheaper, illegal labor, so McCain, who curries favor with LaRaza, and pushes for amnesty for the millions of illegal invaders, is their guy. I laughed out loud when I read that “no one is more committed to ensuring Arizona’s water security and our state’s ability to manage our land against the threat of wildfire.” I foolishly thought we have the US Forest Service and professional firefighters to handle such threats. I didn’t know it was ancient John McCain who was the caped crusader flying in to save the day.

  2. Doc says:

    …richard…
    …knoggen.

    And the arrogance of bringing “freshmen colleagues” to his little soiree is typical. He cares not a rip about ruining THEIR lives. But…he’s taught them well.

    May I recommend “The Distinguished Gentleman”? An Eddie Murphy movie where the bad politician will remind of our senior ?senator?…maybe these junior ?senators? should give it a view as well. It’ll give them a lesson on how to handle crooks.

  3. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Kelli Ward was interviewed this morning by Laura Ingraham. Both of them say it’s time to get rid of McCain.

    McCain is no “conservative” as he likes to call himself. What conservative thinks like this:

    McCain: Tea Partiers Have Bad ‘Hobbit’ Of Not Raising Debt Ceiling

  4. East Valley Conservative says:

    John McCain is a mediocre guy who has had the good fortune to be born with a silver spoon of two prior generations of admiralty and then to marry an heiress. When I get his solicitations for money I hit the delete button, as I imagine most others do. He has his DC lobbyists and political hangers on to fund him. My money and I hope yours goes to Dr. Kelli Ward. She did a fine job in the state senate and as a medical doctor will be able to work to pull Americans out of the muck and mire that is Obamacare.

  5. Saguaro Sam says:

    There’s a guy, Joe Walsh, who has a radio show on 1100 AM.
    Says that he is a former U.S. Congressman.
    Yesterday he stated that, while a member of Congress, he was called a ‘stupid Tea Party hobbit’ by McCain.

    FYI: You may want to think about keeping your car gassed up.
    That fire in the Alberta province in Canada will directly affect the flow of oil that is brought to the U.S.

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      Joe Walsh is a one term Congressman from Illinois. I used to enjoy seeing him on TV ‘telling it like it is.’ He’s a real conservative guy, with an outspoken personality and that’s probably why he lasted only one term. Boehner didn’t like people who went off the reservation, to quote Hillary. :)