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Sep 26 2013

McCain Surrenders on Behalf of Opposition to ObamaCare

Alleged Republican John McCain responded to Ted Cruz’s heroic attempt to stop ObamaCare by speaking apparently at the behest of Democrat Majority Leader Harry Reid. Tune in at around 4:20 in the video below and hear this:

“I’d remind my colleagues that in the 2012 election, ObamaCare … was a subject that was a major issue in the campaign. … Well, the People spoke… and they reelected the president of the United States. Now that doesn’t mean we give up our efforts to try to replace and repair ObamaCare. But it does mean that elections have consequences, and those elections were clear … a majority of the American people supported the president of the United States… I think all of us should respect the outcome of elections, which reflects the will of the People.”

His fellow Obamunist sycophant Chris Matthews couldn’t have put it much more obsequiously, despite McCain’s tepid complaints that he didn’t like the election results.

So much for the claim that the GOP establishment will get rid of ObamaCare if only troublemakers like Cruz get out of its way.

Meanwhile, back in reality, only 30% of likely US voters expect the healthcare system to improve under ObamaCare, even after years of propaganda excreted by the liberal media on its behalf.

Anyone paying attention understands by now that Obama is systematically destroying traditional America in order to impose socialism. Our awareness of what Obama is to some extent limits the damage he can do. That is why socialists have coopted their opposition by corrupting the Republican Party with the likes of McCain.

If we are going to limit the damage he can inflict by surrendering on our behalf, it is crucial to be aware that McCain is as hostile as Obama is to conservatives and to the fundamental tenets that define America. He is Obama’s ally (see here, here, and here), working in concert with him for common objectives. His treachery makes him a different class of enemy only in that he is more dangerous — and more detestable.

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That was before McCain came along.

Hat tip: Canada Free Press.



21 Responses to “McCain Surrenders on Behalf of Opposition to ObamaCare”

  1. Knucklehead says:

    He is a You Liberal Democrat pretending to be a Republican.
    The latter is a non descriptor moniker.

  2. Spurwing Plover says:

    McCain is a sniveling pathetic little milk-sop and the Dem-A-Rats are lower then a snake in a wagon rut

  3. I can't even afford the Iron Plan says:

    the sobamacare deconstructed video 17min eerie music included:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxWMbqxgMDo&feature=player_embedded

    (tip of the hat to C.Steven Tucker)

  4. KHarn says:

    Shut down the federal government, our country was set up so that the STATES could survive without it. It happened before and the sun still rose in the East, the birds still sang and people went to work as usual. Some people DIDN’T EVEN NOTICE that the federal government was forced to close for awhile. So much for the neo-commies idea that we NEED the DC doofuses.

  5. Landru says:

    First of all, you senile, deformed penguin, the majority of Americans did not in fact support Obama. Perhaps a third did. The rest either voted for Romney or voted for nobody. And the reason many of them voted for nobody is because of festering and fetid turds like you in the Republican party. You are a FRAUD, a Fake Republican And Unregistered Democrat. You think I’ll give you a pass because Charlie roughed you up after your hapless and drunken attempt to fly a plane? They should have tossed you into a pit full of starving wild pigs and saved us all the trouble.

  6. Jeff says:

    Rino McCain – FOAD You are one of the most worthless politicans every to disgrace the republican party. If you are going to act like a democratic, then join that damn party. There will be celebrating and rejoycing the day we see you featured in the obit section of the paper.

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  8. ExitRove says:

    Not the hill to die on!!!
    We won ‘t fight on the budget or immigration or Obamacare.
    what the hell are we going to fight about? The color of the new flag?!

  9. Scar says:

    So, where on his list of low life forms would General Patton put liberal RINOs?

  10. Sam Adams says:

    KHarn says:
    September 26, 2013 at 1:37 pm

    Shut down the federal government, our country was set up so that the STATES could survive without it. It happened before and the sun still rose in the East, the birds still sang and people went to work as usual.
    _______________

    What a silly suggestion!!!! Why without the federal government, our southern border would go unprotected, and illegal aliens could just walk in. Our fighting men in foreign lands, who’s sacrifice is now ignored by our government, would be unsupported by that government. Ambassadors under attack by Islamic Jihadists would cry out for help and no help would be sent. Our friends and allies wouldn’t know if they could count on the US in the next fight. Islamic nations could move forward with their plans to build a nuclear bomb.

    Dear Leader wouldn’t be flying around in Air Force One, bowing to foreign leaders, or taking lavish vacations. The federal government would stop advertising for illegal aliens to sign up for food stamps. The federal reserve wouldn’t be buying another $85 billion in government bonds, since those bonds wouldn’t be issued.

    Airplanes would stop flying, since the individual airlines do not have the desire or expertise to either man the control towers or screen passengers for weapons.

    Seniors would have to start moving in with their kids since the social security checks would stop. Single mothers would have to tell their boyfriends that they need a check to support them and their children, since the government will stop playing daddy. Patients would have to figure out how to pay for the medical treatments that they receive, rather than relying upon the government.

    Ethanol plants would shut down and corn currently used to make ethanol would return to the food chain, decreasing the price of chicken, beef, eggs, etc. Windmills would stop turning, no longer being subsidized by the federal government.

    I’m looking for a downside here….

  11. Sam Adams says:

    Note to Juan…

    Why don’t you just switch parties?

  12. DJ says:

    Sam Adams says:

    September 26, 2013 at 3:39 pm

    Note to Juan…

    Why don’t you just switch parties?

    __

    Because Juan, obviously, knows full well he can do more damage to conservatism from within the GOP than from out.

  13. Spurwing Plover says:

    Traitors to america JOHN KERRY,BARACK OBAMA,JOHN McCAIN,BILL CLINTON,AL GORE, inline with BENEIDICT ARNOLD and the same league as well

  14. octa bright says:

    Senator McCain needs to remember that he represents his constituants, NOT the country as a whole. If he had won in 2008 that would not be the case but he lost. He definately needs to go back and remember the duties of a senator to his constitutants.

  15. born in 76 says:

    I’ll be honest, it’s easier for me to listen to the asshole in the WH then it is to this asshole. Which is saying a lot because when Obam’me is on the propaganda tube, I turn it off right away.

    This man Mc Cain is just vile.

  16. Ttommy says:

    Darnit, I thought the headline read “McCain resigns on opposition to Obamacare”

  17. Tatersalad says:

    Re-call efforts have now begun in Arizona to recall Senators Jeff Flake and John McCain as we speak ; http://therealrevo.com/blog/?p=105366

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  19. Flu-Bird says:

    They have forgoten their oath to UPHOLD,PROTECT & DEFEND THE CONSTITTUION OF THE UNITED STATES and this should be grounds also for Impeachment

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