Skip to comments.John McCain rebuked by Ariz. GOP for ‘unbecoming’ deal-making with Dems
Posted on 09/12/2013 9:49:04 AM PDT by jazusamo
The Legislative District 26 Republican Party in Arizona has spoken, and theyre not happy with Sen. John McCain. The group issued a sharp and formal written rebuke of their senator, calling his work across party lines particularly with Democratic Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid destructive to GOP party principles.
In a resolution, the group charges Mr. McCain with unilaterally negotiate[ing] with Reid to secure Republican votes necessary to pass a number of controversial presidential nominees, Breitbart.com reported.
For instance: Mr. McCain helped secure the nominations of Gina McCarthy to head the Environmental Protection Agency; of Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; and of Thomas Perez as Labor Secretary, the group said, characterizing the policies and politics of all three as counter to Republican principles
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Good for the AZ GOP, it's about time.
They supported him.
They gave him money.
He belongs to them, they own him.
Question is why are they complaining now, he is what he has always been a collaborator.
Hey! Hey! Ho! Ho!
Jihad Johnny’s got to go!
It’s pathetic he’s got so many followers because he’s clearly been working for Obummer and the Rats.
They just noticed?
Good news, glad the AZ GOP woke up.
Must be because it was before the afternoon “early bird special.”
Is everyone in AZ old, or are they the only ones who vote?
In fact, that thread exploded with tweets with people posting anti-McCain stuff. Then he only left up two postings. Interesting, huh?
How a bout a rebuke in the last primary when it would have done some good. Five more years of this jack ass and then they’ll still support him.
Glad to hear that. You’d think he’d be getting the message by now but he’s too far gone.
McNut is mac daddies #1 willing sock puppet.
The GOP in AZ will never wake up; all window dressing.
Perhaps because momentum is finally building. Let’s roll with it.
I don't know for sure, but I would wager that the Republicans in "Legislative District 26" (which is what we're talking about here), voted for J.D. Hayworth in the primary.
Recall effort for McCain?
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