McPolitics as usual? Robert Graham eyes state legislature

Over a year and three funerals later, it was natural to assume we had heard the last of John McCain.


Last week, the local Hillary-endorsing newspaper contained an insert with a smirking John McCain in full color gracing the cover page. It was headlined, “2nd shot for McCain vision,” describing an “ideas competition,” though sounding more like a threat than a promise. The failing newspaper still worships at the McCain altar, routinely covering him and his family.

Now we’re hearing that McCain sycophant Robert Graham, a former AZ GOP chairman, and the CEO of ROI Global Partners, a lobbying and public relations group promising “World Class Results,” is weighing the idea of running for a state House seat in Legislative District 15. Both House seats will be open due to the current members going head-to-head competing for the single senate seat. No doubt it will be a cakewalk for slickster McCain protégé Graham.

He has now reconfigured himself as a solid Trump supporter though he boycotted Trump’s initial Phoenix campaign rally that had to be moved twice to larger venues to accommodate the enormous crowd. Graham was conveniently “out of town.”  John McCain and Jeff Flake made no such excuses. They refused to support Donald Trump even as he was the Republican nominee. Both stated neither they nor their families would vote for Trump — who became president without them.

Was it a coincidence or gratitude that Robert Graham’s namesake son, Rob, was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy by John McCain?

8 Responses to McPolitics as usual? Robert Graham eyes state legislature

  1. Saguaro Sam says:

    Because of the media being totally in the tank with the globalists/socialists/haters of the U.S.A., most will never learn the truth about the biggest Stain on the fabric of our country.

    He Never represented us (U.S.).


    Please join me in a prayer, asking God to Bless the soul of this Brave American Military Veteran who died years after he was shot in the head while on patrol looking for what was thought to be a kidnapped American soldier. Instead, our military was looking for Bowe Bergdahl, Traitor.

    Read about the injuries this man sustained, and how he was rendered bedbound and helpless due to his injuries. For Years, he suffered.
    He’s the one who paid the price–along with his wife and little daughter— while Bergdahl skated.

    May the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

    Fidelium animae, per misericordiam Dei, requiescant in pace. Amen.

    • Michael Schmitz says:


    • Doc says:

      It is my medically retired professional medical opinion that mr. bergdahl has been suffering from a Serious mineral deficiency. His copper & lead levels are severely deficient. Now I would prescribe a cocktail of copper & lead minerals mixed at 168 grains of sierra match king boat tail hollow point, using a .308 HI-SPEED MINERAL INJECTION Device…but that’s just my opinion…

  2. Longtime GOP PC says:

    If Robert Graham runs, it will be as a stepping stone to congress. Message to LD 15 Precinct Committeemen and voters: Stop him while you can!!

  3. State Delegate says:

    Robert Graham’s finger on the political pulse is not reliable. I still remember when then-state Republican chairman Graham cleared the auditorium after the ballots were cast but before they were counted during an official state meeting where we were electing party officers and conducting official business. While the elected state delegates were outside, he brought in Jeff Flake and previously censured John McCain, through the backstage door. When they were brought on stage, they were loudly booed. Some delegates even walked out.

  4. MAGA Hat Man says:

    McDracula still haunts. McCain toady Graham needs to be reminded this is Arizonan not Transylvania.

  5. Frankly Speaking says:

    Graham has a large family. The state legislature only pays $24,000 a year. County Assessor Paul Petersen kept his outside lucrative business devoting more time to it than his elected position. Hate to quote the local newspaper, but this is the headline telling how well that worked out. Petersen was indicted on multiple cases of fraud in 3 states, but his lack of time devoted to his office also made headlines.

  6. Not A McCainiac says:

    Good catch on the Annapolis appointment. Political connections are more than helpful in gaining admission to any of the military academies.