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

May 5, 2016

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.


Spoiler Kasich out of 2016 Prez race: Does anyone care?

May 4, 2016

The New York Times reports that John Kasich, who never let us forget he was the son of a mailman, has decided to suspend what he called a presidential campaign. Though he carried only his home state of Ohio, the man who put a face to the acronym RINO, was angling for a contested GOP convention — which would blow a hole the size of a battleship through the Republican Party, relegating it to permanent obscurity.

Good riddance John.


McCain’s former adviser also a Hillary supporter

May 4, 2016

During John McCain’s lackluster 2008 shuffle for the presidency — throughout which he spent more time defending Barack Obama than offering a viable alternative Republicans could rally behind — we opined that he probably cast his own ballot for Obama from the confines of wife Cindy’s luxurious penthouse.  

Now it’s being reported that Mark Salter, McCain’s longtime political adviser, is a Hillary Clinton enthusiast, saying, “I‘m with her.”  No surprise there.  His former boss McCain previously called Hillary “a rock star” he could support.

As we reported in July 2013,  McCain meets regularly with Barack Obama and his top advisers and has even expressed concern over helping the second term president in the legacy department. According to McCain, “The president of the United States, like all presidents in their second terms, looks at their legacy. And there are areas that we have worked on.”

Long known for forging alliances with the most liberal of Democrats, committed amnesty supporter McCain is more of a polarizing figure than ever, which was clearly evidenced by his near inability to carry his home state during his failed presidential bid. He managed a weak 8.9% margin of victory and lost four of Arizona’s fifteen counties to Obama. After over three decades in the senate, the gaffe-prone John McCain is actually running again —- for another 6-year senate term at age 80.

You won’t get this slipperiness from challenger Dr. Kelli Ward, a two-term former state senator with a conservative track record.  Her Issues page addresses the concerns of Arizona voters, as she says, “It’s time to shake up Washington.”  Send her a few bucks to help her get her message out. She’s married to a military man. John McCain doesn’t even have an accurate count on how many homes he and his beer heiress wife Cindy own — clearly not a problem most Arizona voters deal with.


More AZ GOP establishment collusion? & Update

May 1, 2016

AZ’s March 12, 2016 Presidential Preference Election results gave Donald Trump 46% of the vote to Ted Cruz’ 28%. What was the funny business at that led to Cruz sweeping the delegates at the Presidential Preference Convention on Saturday?

Update-tag

Delegates. Delegates, who‘s got the delegates?

Here’s the breakdown of delegates. Good luck in figuring it out.


Alex Meluskey lacking senate creds rips Dr. Kelli Ward

April 29, 2016

Why is Alex Meluskey tearing into Dr. Kelli Ward in Arizona’s U.S. Senate race?  Rather than promoting what he regards as his own qualities and whatever he would count as relevant experience, he’s sending out vicious attacks on the most accomplished person running to unseat John McCain. Dr. Kelli Ward is a two-term former state senator and physician uniquely able to tackle the nightmare of Obamacare.

Though the Senate Conservatives Fund posts Retire John McCain, Meluskey, most recently registered as PND or Party Not Designated, appears to be soundly in the McCain Camp, as he runs a sham campaign while calling himself a “principled conservative.”

McCain’s strategy has always included “ringers” like Meluskey, whose job it is to skew the race to McCain — first elected in 1982. Rasmussen polling revealed during the 2010 campaign, GOP  voters in Arizona unequivocally expressed displeasure with John McCain by an astonishing 61%, saying he‘s out of touch with the Republican base.

In the intervening years, anti-McCain ire has intensified. McCain has been censured by an overwhelming majority of elected state committeemen, who are tired of his leftist trickery. And Alex Meluskey, believed by many to be an operative for the very senior senator who will be 80 by Election Day, works to muddy the waters.

When it comes to John McCain’s election desperation, there is no sewer fetid or dank enough to contain his schemes. During his 2010 senate race, candidates came out of the woodwork to enter the fray. One widely suspected to be a recruited stooge, had his home mysteriously removed from foreclosure proceedings after the election.

We invite you to review Proof Dr. Kelli Ward frightens John McCain. Then ask yourself why she is being hammered by a marginal candidate lacking even a Republican registration — until it was beneficial to him. And why do you think Meluskey employs an inside the beltway public relations team to do his dirty work?

This is Dr. Kelli Ward, a principled, Constitutional conservative, who will bring credentials and much needed decency to the U.S. Senate. She will make Arizonans proud to finally have representation. Alex Melusky’s tactics are reprehensible as is his faked conservatism. 

 


Hillary miscalculates Obama’s cache

April 24, 2016

Obama’s third term comes packaged in a coughing, bloated and shrill persona 

Hillary has picked a bad time to run for Obama’s third term. After the mayor of London called Obama out for his Kenyan allegiances as the cause for threatening Great Britain with trade sanctions if it leaves the EU, the Germans have taken to the streets expressing their fury with Barack Obama.

The Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) has run into major opposition, especially in Germany, Europe’s strongest economy. Tens of thousands protested as Obama arrived in Germany to pitch his trade deal.  The city of Hanover, alone, drew a crowd reported to be 90,000 anti-Obama demonstrators.

Obama’s Trans-Pacific Partnership was another mind-boggling power grab authorizing irreversible authority, since treaties supersede statutes under the U.S. Constitution. 

Yet liberals on CNN have gleefully declared Hillary is embracing Obama’s third term “wholeheartedly.” That strategy would obviously be problematic with an informed electorate. The Democrats, however, rely on pathetically uninformed, fraudulent, illegals and convicted felon voters.


Tom Cotton: A Cotton Pickin’ McDisappointment!

April 22, 2016

Did you know John McCain has Islamic terrorists running scared?

This, the latest fund-raising plea for John McCain, comes from Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton:

“Let’s get straight to the point,” says Cotton.

“If John McCain isn’t in the United States Senate, it’s a big win for radical Islam. There isn’t anyone in this country — especially any liberals — who can and will do more to fight terrorists than John McCain.”

Is this an example of his expertise, Sen. Cotton?

Or this 2013 misstep? A statement released by John McCain’s senate office termed it “regrettable” if the identities of the men photographed with him in Syria were confirmed to be individuals responsible for a terrorist sponsored kidnapping of 11 Lebanese Shiite pilgrims, as reported in the Beirut-based Daily Star newspaper.

John McCain was ensconced in his plush senate office when Islamic jihadis beheaded 21 Egyptian Christians in 2015.  The fact that McCain was in the senate when ISIS burned a caged Jordanian pilot alive was of no consequence to the sadistic terrorists. 

On Wednesday, with John McCain still in the U.S. Senate, atrocities continue to be committed. An official for the Kurdistan Democratic Party told Iranian news agency ABNA ISIS has been forcing women into arranged “marriages” with ISIS fighters — and have executed women and girls who refuse. The official said “at least 250 girls have so far been executed … and sometimes the families of the girls were also executed.”

This list of Islamic terror attacks on American soil is courtesy of the Religion of Peace website.

McCain, who will be 80 by Election Day and is running for another 6-year term, is obviously doing a bang-up job of eradicating “radical Islam.”  He was first elected in 1982 — when Sen. Tom Cotton.was five. 

We can do better.


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