Skip to comments.McCain Assures Incoming GOP Senators Won’t Be More Ted Cruz Types
Posted on 11/11/2014 1:25:12 PM PST by PROCON
Senators John McCain and Ted Cruz dont exactly have the best relationship. Cruz has said Republicans like McCain are why their party doesnt do better, and McCain has not been shy about publicly dumping on Cruz, especially during last years government shutdown.
And in a new interview with Salon today, McCain wanted to make it clear that the incoming crop of Republicans that will give their party control of the Senate will not be Cruzes. McCain even claimed that a lot of the GOP Senate candidates who won are in the same mold as himself and Lindsey Graham.
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I just spit out my coffee.
“McCain even claimed that a lot of the GOP Senate candidates who won are in the same mold as himself and Lindsey Graham.”
Now that’s a scary thought!
If true, the Demwits will be back in charge in 2016.
McCain must be an undercover democrat.
The MSM has decided that McAnus is the “Republican” Senator they are going to speak to.
I like the America’s Party but they were only on ballots in Kalipornia, Flori-duh and Pot-orado.
May I suggest you do a little research about the constitution party? You might find it just what you are looking for or close enough.
He’s the guy who retired to K St and made the comment “I haven’t paid for a lunch in 30 years!”
The Republicans will always be the permanent minority as long as it is led by the likes of Lott, Boehner, McCain, Ryan, and their RINO ilk.
It sounds good too. Maybe it would be possible to merge some of these small conservative parties?
That’s why these candidates were mostly unworthy of my support including the ones who won.
UKIP is stirring up waves with the next parliamentary by-election scheduled for next Thursday November 20th.....
That’s an election I can get excited about.
Yes he needs to spend his twilight years at Limberdick Villiage
Mr. McCain, that will be 40 lashes for insolence
Yes, throw the Dhimmi’s out!
I believe they would feel much better if he reassured he was resigning immediately and that there would no more RINO losers like him.
I’m beginning to understand what the former GOP presidential candidate is so disliked at FreeRepublic.com.
That’s the way it has been every since McCain lost the primaries to George Bush.
He was an angry vindictive little man.
He went on every talking head show he could, and trashed Bush from then on out. As a candidate that was bad enough. Then when Bush was president, McCain should have tempered his remarks.
Instead McCain was quite content to screw the nation into the dirt, as long as he could take his pound of flesh from Bush.
To be clear, if McCain had merely opposed Bush with Conservative reasons, it would have been reasoned. To trash Bush even when he was right, was unforgivable.
Bush barely scrapped by two elections. In no small part, McCain helped to ensure that. He presented the public with the idea that most people in Bush’s own party objected to sound principles.
Bush did have some. McCain would have no part of that. In fact he could have been a leader for good principles in opposition to Bush, but he was blinded to reason. These are some of very many reasons why I bash the bastard like I do.
Oh sure, McCain will be quite content to continue this now, and even after he is no longer a Senator. His shadow will not be gone from this nation until decades after he has left planet earth, as those he voted to confirm still wreak havoc from the bench.
This guy is an absolute monster.
If this buffoon(McCain) is correct as to the political inclinations of incoming Republicans America will NOT be helped.
We wouldn’t be any worse if john would just “cross the aisle” and stay there. Would anyone really notice?
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