How do I detest the left-wing “Republican” John McCain? Let me count just a few of the ways.
When McLame was pushed back by the American people after trying to open the Third World floodgates even wider with an amnesty bill, he said he had learned his lesson. Then he got reelected. Now he is behind the most outrageous amnesty bill yet:
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), a member of the “Gang of Eight” that helped write and pass the immigration reform bill in that chamber, said he did not know how many passports a person could forge under the proposed law before being charged with a crime.
The answer McAmnesty would not admit to knowing:
The criminal charges and penalties do not kick in until after “3 or more passports” are falsely made, issued, or transferred, etcetera.
Presumably an American citizen would still serve a lengthy sentence for forging even one passport. An apparent purpose of the treasonous amnesty bill is to establish illegal aliens as legally superior to those who finance their welfare-fueled colonization of our country. The Gang of Eight’s sneering hostility to the American people could not be more obvious.
By opposing the notion that the US Government should buy American, McCain is putting our communist adversaries in a position to manufacture our military uniforms, including special purpose uniforms, and shows his willingness to export American textile jobs to Vietnam.
Incredibly, McStain will not even admit that Jay Carney is a liar, as he eagerly sides with the Dems against one of the very few Republicans with the guts to stand up to them, Rep Darrell Issa (R-CA).
Obama has been exploiting the racial agitation he and his allies have been ginning up over the Passion of Saint Skittles to attack “stand your ground” laws — although they are not relevant to the case. The idea is to incrementally repeal our fundamental right of self-defense. Appallingly, McCain is on board with this. He wants the laws reviewed.
Then there is this:
The full quote, via the Capitalism Institute:
“I believe my party has gone astray. I think the Democratic Party is a fine party, and I have no problems with it, in their views and their philosophy.”
Why doesn’t he change parties then? Because it would be more difficult to dupe Arizona voters with the conservative rhetoric he dutifully recites immediately before elections.
Then of course there is the leftist assault on the First Amendment known as McCain-Feingold Campaign Finance Reform.
But dwarfing all his other many sins: McCain is the one man more responsible than anyone else for Barack Hussein Obama being in a position to destroy the greatness of America.
There is a movement to recall McCain. It is long overdue. If his kind is not purged from the Republican Party in the very near future, the GOP will die.
On tips from Imagine the Lack of Surprise, Bark at the Moon, Bob Roberts, Matt L, and G. Fox.