GOP Senate RINOs aid Obama’s social engineering

McCain’s arrogance once again places him squarely with the liberal Democrats  

We usually reserve insightful columns for the occasional “Weekend Reading Guaranteed to Make you Smarter” post, but this article, “GOP Leaders Toss Loin Cloth to Democrats on Obama’s War on Suburbs” by Daniel Horowitz is too important to delay even a day.  After reading it, the questions to ask are, “Where is the news coverage on this major issue, and why the silence?”

John McCain’s shameful vote, cast with the Democrats and 15 other squish Republicrats to kill Sen.Mike Lee’s rational amendment should be a front and center election issue for his Primary opponent

[Thursday’s] votes on Obama’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) “war on the suburbs” program, writes Horowitz,  “demonstrates, once again, that having a GOP conference full of liberals is actually worse than having a smaller conference full of conservatives.  Much like an interception is worse than an incomplete pass in football or a ground out into a double play is worse than a strike out in baseball, electing liberal Republicans helps Democrats more in the long run than working with a minority of conservatives to combat the Left and strive to win future elections with an unvarnished message to voters.” 

Those we send to Washington D.C. to represent us, end up with only one goal in mind: staying in their lofty posts at any cost. Once they are elected, we are insignificant. Our concerns? Irrelevant. It’s time to get the hook and bring them back. After over three decades of giving us the shaft, 80-year-old John McCain is running for another 6-year term. Arizona voters have a chance to make a difference.  Vote for Dr. Kelli Ward.

 

9 Responses to GOP Senate RINOs aid Obama’s social engineering

  1. East Valley Conservative says:

    When John McCain characterizes himself as a maverick, what he’s actually telling Arizonans and those he hoped would support him in his failed attempt to be elected president is that he sticks his finger in the conservative eye any chance he gets. That’s why he’s been censured by Arizona state delegates and in county after country throughout the state. Jeff Flake is up for reelection next year. He’s a younger but equally awful version of McCain.

    This article was shocking. Hadn’t heard any of this regarding Obama’s “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing,” or the votes. Thanks for the info.

  2. Conservative Since Birth says:

    John McCain continues to help Obama and the Left. He apparently banks on the fact that so many voters aren’t paying attention to what’s happening to them. It’s a shame. That’s how he wins. Kelli Ward should broadcast this vote.

    I emailed my (R) Congressman about this. To do it, Obama and Castro don’t need Congressional approval:

    Obama’s last act is to force suburbs to be less white and less wealthy
    http://nypost.com/2016/05/08/obamas-last-act-is-to-force-suburbs-to-be-less-white-and-less-wealthy/

    Still waiting for an answer.

    • CD 8 PC says:

      You’ll be waiting for an answer from your congressman for a long time, I’m afraid. All of them go suddenly mute when it comes to John McCain. Who is your muted one? Mine is Trent Franks.

      • Conservative Since Birth says:

        I think if McCain were to finally be shown the door by the voters, the behavior of our “representatives” here in AZ will change for the good. McCain is toxic.

        My congressman is Trent Franks also. I complained about John Boehner’s behavior constantly giving Obama what he wanted. Never got a reply from Trent Franks. AFTER Boehner was finally gone, I received a boring, run-of-the-mill, general letter about how much respect he had for him – blah, blah, blah. It was insulting to receive such a thing when people were so upset for so long over Boehner. Now we have Boehner’s hand-picked Speaker. Nothing’s changed.

        Why is McCain running at the very ripe old age of 80?
        The perks of the Senate are outstanding. It’s an elite Country Club and pre-hospice care all rolled into one. That’s why they all want to leave in the stiff, horizontal position.

    • Frankly Speaking says:

      It’s obvious that the entire AZ GOP congressional delegation is too fearful of McCain’s vicious tactics to publicly cross him, let alone take him on. McSurrogates fan out with a vengeance to destroy anyone who isn’t obedient. I don’t just dislike McCain, I believe he’s evil. Let’s not forget that we have Obama due to McCain’s incompetence but because of his enabling Obama during the campaign and throughout both of his disastrous terms.

  3. Saguaro Sam says:

    This plan to force people out of the suburbs and out of rural areas has been around since Day 1 of the Obama takeover.

    The plans were kept at DHS and were initially overseen by Janet Napolitano.

    The three agencies that were designated to stir up trouble are the EPA; the BLM, and the US Forestry Service.

    The EPA was the bad actor who, forced the Navajo generating station to shut down part of its operations several years ago.
    They did this by microscopically examining the operation to find any and all infractions of rules and regulations and then leveling heavy fines and penalties.

    The US Forestry Service, for years now, has been using heavy equipment to block rural dirt roads in our state.

    The reason for these actions is this:
    Obama and his one-world government buddies realize that it will be easier to control the population if everyone is concentrated in cities.
    These urban areas will not look like Detroit or Philly or NYC.
    No one will have a single family home or even a duplex
    No one will have a car

    When you consider how far we have fallen in less than a decade, you can understand that anything is possible under the progressive agenda

    Work to defeat the incumbents.

    • MacBeth says:

      Your last sentence veered your otherwise informative comment off the chart. Sheriff Joe Arpaio is an incumbent and I’ll support him as long as he runs—both with my vote and donations. Incumbency is not a vice. Bad candidates and deceptive office holders are the problem. Not everyone needs to be replaced. And what if there are no worthy candidates running? Do you throw up your hands and withhold your vote or mark your ballot for the democrat?? That’s a bridge too far for me.

      • Saguaro Sam says:

        Clarification. Correction. Mia Culpa.

        I was referring to McCain, Flake, and their merry minions.

        Sheriff Joe is an extraordinary man and a patriot.