Skip to comments.Guess who is coming for lunch?
Posted on 03/20/2006 8:07:37 AM PST by edcoil
Our Governor Arnold is having a huge, 2 million dollar fundraising lunch today in Los Angeles and who do you think the keynote speaker to launch his relection campaign is?
Sen John McCain of AZ. Yup, the most corrupt senator in history is helping our"embattled" governor launch his relection bid...
Arnold is just lucky the dems can only muster two major losers on there side so far - the hits keep on coming.
"Yup, the most corrupt senator in history is helping our"embattled" governor launch his relection bid.."
I have a hard time believing he is the most corrupt senator in history.
McCain most corrupt? That might be stretching it. I don't recall him killing anyone like Teddy did and then there is Hillary which you could argue was not in the Senate when hubby was doing his dirty work but the point stands.
Kennedy is criminal - McCain belonged in jail with keating not in the senate. It is a difficult challange to figure which is the most corrupt.
Just more evidence that the MSM runs this country, our States, our politicians, our policies and culture.
Careful...you may just be talking about the next President of the United States.
I don't think he even makes the top 500.
Was he in the KKK?
It was called "the keating five" with mccain have the least to do of the 5 and really was there so it would be "bi partisan" with the other 4 being democrats.
I'm not 'gonna argue with that... they got half the Republicans in Congress acting like trained monkeys.
doesn't this clown have a movie to make somewhere???
geezzzzz, we were expecting Mrs. RINOld to tell him they can't afford the continued drastic decline in income! LOL
Are they having strawberries for dessert? *snicker*
I can't take anyone seriously, who doesn't know the difference between "their" and "there".
My brain just shuts down...
"Yup, the most corrupt senator in history"
Excuse me, but I didn't see where Teddy Fata$$ Kennedy was invited.
McCain doesn't hold a candle to uncle Ted.
And the other half act that way on their own.
McCain is making the rounds with the Governors looking toward 08 is my guess. Just a few days ago he was in MS with Barbour touring the Katrina damage. McCain is a politician and knows that the more governors you have on board his 'straight talk express' the more likely it is for him to win the nomination. Look for more of this over the next year or two.... jmo.
McCain also gave us CFR. That kind of assault on our rights shouldn't be held lightly.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- The audience will sparkle with Hollywood glitz at tonight's re-election fundraiser for California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. But for the star speaker, Sen. John McCain, it's just one more stop on a long 2008 presidential trail.
For months, McCain has been quietly assembling the pieces of a national campaign: lining up donors, courting his Senate colleagues, reaching out to social conservatives, earning IOUs from other politicians. The outsider of the 2000 Republican campaign is still a maverick, but he is carefully following the insider strategy of the man who beat him.
Now, hard work could pay off for McCain, too. An aura of inevitability appears to be growing around his prospective candidacy, like the one Bush built in the run-up to his nomination, though McCain says he won't make a decision about running until after the midterm elections this November.
Early polling matchups suggest that McCain's appeal to independents and Democrats would make him a formidable general-election candidate, which matters a great deal to Republicans eager to hold on to the White House.
David Hill, a Republican pollster in Texas, said he has been surprised lately by McCain's "extraordinary pull" among "movers and shakers, big donors" and others in elite Republican circles. That includes some conservatives who were cool to McCain "but now seem to be quite warm to him."
Republicans, more hierarchical than Democrats when it comes to choosing nominees, have begun deferring to McCain, much as they did to Sen. Bob Dole, who got the nod in 1996.
"'It's his turn' is a powerful force in Republican primary politics," Hill said.