May 7, 2012 by Johnny Alamo
There’s a great article over at Breitbart.com today HERE that makes some very good points about why John McCain lost the Presidential race in 2008. Namely, that Steve Schmidt, McCain’s race manager, was too self-absorbed and inexperienced to run such a campaign; NOT that Sarah Palin was any kind of liability to the ticket.
Posted on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 2:26:04 PM by chessplayer
That headline is Justin Amash’s joke, not mine, but it’s not much of an exaggeration.
re john mccain…to answer a question…
Aide Says McCain ‘F*cking Hates Cruz’
TPM ^ | 9/23/13
Posted on Monday, September 23, 2013 1:29:06 PM by Nachum
In the piece by Jason Zengerle, an unnamed adviser to McCain explained the Arizona senator’s aversion to Cruz.
“He fucking hates Cruz,” the adviser told Zengerle. “He’s just offended by his style.”
But Cruz made it clear that he’s no fan of McCain either with a thinly veiled shot at the 2008 GOP presidential nominee.
Ridding our congress of traitors one-by-one is ineffective, drawn-out, inconclusive, and expensive. Presumably So. Carolina is making a concerted effort to expunge itself of the Sen.
Graham horrors. Our enemies can readily install another dozen to take the place of any deposed politician.
[Benedict Arnold] McCain Ditches Combative Role to Become Obama Senate Ally
Bllomberg | July 25, 2013 | By Kathleen HunterPosted on Thursday, July 25, 2013 3:36:40 PM
by Jim RobinsonMcCain drops veil and all pretense, reveals self as complete traitor.
Yes and Benedict Arnold was a war hero before he turned traitor too.
The War Secrets Sen. John McCain Hides(dealing with a backstabber)
vvof ^ | unknwon | Sydney Schanberg
Posted on Thursday, July 25, 2013 11:41:03 AM by amnestynone
The voters who were drawn to John S. McCain in his run for the Republican presidential nomination this year often cited, as the core of his appeal, his openness and blunt candor and willingness to admit past lapses and release documents that other senators often hold back. These qualities also seemed to endear McCain to the campaign press corps, many of whom wrote about how refreshing it was to travel on the McCain campaign bus, “The Straight Talk Express,” and observe a maverick speaking his mind rather than a traditional candidate given to obfuscation and spin.