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McCain Challenger J.D. Hayworth Is No Conservative Hero
http://www.politicsdaily.com ^ | 01/27/10 | Matt Lewis

Posted on 01/27/2010 10:49:42 AM PST by Maelstorm

Former Arizona congressman-turned-talk-radio-host J.D. Hayworth has resigned his gab-festing gig in order to challenge Sen. John McCain in the 2010 Republican primary. (Although he has not officially launched his campaign, Hayworth recently told the AP, "We will formally announce at a later time, but we're moving forward to challenge John McCain.")

In these strange political times, such an extraordinary event -- McCain was the GOP presidential nominee just 15 months ago -- seems normal to the point of predictability. So, too, were the unsurprising responses within the political firmament. Democrats were delighted, movement conservatives were energized -- and not always in secret. Already, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) has endorsed Hayworth, and numerous conservative blogs and Web sites are giddy about his candidacy. I'm not sure they should be. Get the new PD toolbar!

Hayworth has a chance to catch fire for one simple reason: Conservatives, the people most likely to vote in a GOP primary election, have long been suspicious -- and in many cases, even contemptuous -- of McCain. (I have long been critical myself of his quixotic attempts to limit free speech via McCain/Feingold.)

The issue most likely to hurt McCain in Arizona, however, is his 2007 advocacy for the unpopular Kennedy-McCain immigration legislation -- a bill many conservatives still view as offering nearly unlimited "amnesty" for illegal aliens without doing anything to secure America's borders. In fact, McCain's support of this legislation nearly cost him the GOP's presidential nomination. Few issues arouse as much emotion as this one, and while the controversial co-founder of the Minuteman movement, Chris Simcox, is also in the race, he lacks the gravitas to pose a legitimate challenge to McCain. But Hayworth, a former member of Congress, seems well positioned to exploit this issue -- and even parlay it into national exposure and fundraising success.

The real issue for me, however, is that while John McCain has many problems, there's no reason to believe Hayworth is the solution. As conservatives look to young leaders with fresh ideas, Hayworth is a step backward. For starters, he was heavily involved with former "super-lobbyist" Jack Abramoff. Although he later cooperated with federal investigators and was never found to have done anything illegal, Hayworth was the largest recipient of campaign money from the now-convicted Abramoff.

Even more disquieting from a conservative philosophical point of view, Hayworth was supportive of the Bush era's big spending -- much more so than the fiscally prudent McCain.

Two things tainted the Republican brand: Corruption and spending -- and Hayworth is tied to both of them.

Hayworth's support of Bush's big-government polices included voting for the No Child Left Behind Act; the paperwork- and red-tape-friendly (and business-unfriendly) Sarbanes-Oxley Act; the pork-laden 2005 highway bill that included the infamous "bridge to nowhere"; and, most expensive of all, a Medicare drug benefit that created more than $7 trillion in unfunded liabilities. What is more, his support for a monstrosity known as the 527 Reform Act, which was intended to close "loopholes" in McCain/Feingold, and which was arguably worse for conservatives than the original article.

So Hayworth opposed McCain/Feingold, but supported the 527 Reform Act. This is telling, because the Republican leadership supported the latter. Hayworth's backing of it, therefore, shows his willingness to bend to the will of his party's establishment. This is hardly the record of a bold and independent conservative.

My take: As conservatives seek to remake the GOP, and simultaneously oppose President Obama's liberal policies, they should worry more about getting ahead and less about getting even. The truth is, we live in a world of limited resources. As such, conservatives must shepherd their political capital. There are numerous conservatives who deserve -- and need -- the support of grassroots activists and conservative donors. But every dollar donated to a J.D. Hayworth equals one dollar that does not go to a Marco Rubio, for example.

And let's be honest: John McCain most likely won't be running for re-election six years from now. Hayworth, on the other hand, would likely be in the Senate for the next 20 years. In other words, call me when Arizona congressmen Jeff Flake or John Shadegg decide to run statewide. Until then, I can certainly live with John McCain.


TOPICS: Editorial; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: Arizona
KEYWORDS: abramhoff; az2010; gojd; hayworth; jd; jdhayworth; mccain
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I don't think replacing one flawed candidate with another who lost his seat over his flaws is a way to reform government. Where are the supporters of Chris Simcox? Now he was a man against the machine. I could understand Tea Parties supporting him but to support a failed candidate who lost his seat over corruption charges, a man with ties to Abramhoff and call it reform? I don't think so. It is a waste of time and energy. It also opens up the seat to a stronger Democrat challenge at a time when we don't need it. It has the potential to screw up down ticket races due to inner party conflict. There are several House seats including Hayworth's old seat which will be up for grabs if the Arizona Republican party gets things together and remains united.

1 posted on 01/27/2010 10:49:43 AM PST by Maelstorm
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To: Maelstorm
And John McCain is no conservative ANYTHING!

(He's just a RINO loser who kisses rat ass.)

2 posted on 01/27/2010 10:53:55 AM PST by Slump Tester (What if I'm pregnant Teddy? Errr-ahh -Calm down Mary Jo, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it)
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To: Maelstorm
Just as in the case of Scott Brown, it is much less important who the new candidate is than who the incumbent is.

John McCain needs to be fired. Fired, fired, fired !

Firing McCain is much more important than hiring Hayworth. A slight improvement is acceptable for now if he can pull it off.

3 posted on 01/27/2010 10:54:18 AM PST by SENTINEL (SGT USMC GWI)
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To: Maelstorm

I still believe there are surprises in store and we may get a candidate that fits our mold better.


4 posted on 01/27/2010 10:55:43 AM PST by mnehring
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To: Maelstorm
John McCain is one reason that Obama is president today. For that alone, he should be defeated.
5 posted on 01/27/2010 10:56:10 AM PST by frogjerk
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To: Maelstorm

You are pathetic.


6 posted on 01/27/2010 10:56:36 AM PST by pissant (THE Conservative party: www.falconparty.com)
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To: Maelstorm

Is that you posting, Juan McCain?


7 posted on 01/27/2010 10:58:09 AM PST by MBB1984
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To: Maelstorm

McCain-Feingold.
McCain-Kennedy.
McCain-Lieberman.
McCain-Gang of 14.
McCain-Bailout pimp.

McCain gets “F” grades in Constitution, Capitalism, Citizenship, Conservatism, Economics, Science, Law and Liberty.


8 posted on 01/27/2010 10:58:43 AM PST by Jim Robinson (Join the TEA Party Rebellion!! May God and TEA save the Republic!!)
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To: Maelstorm

Keating 5


9 posted on 01/27/2010 10:59:54 AM PST by Sybeck1 (Rush Hudson Limbaugh, Mmm, Mmm, Mmm)
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To: Maelstorm

Before you start spouting your BS, check out these links...

http://www.redstate.com/brianfaughnan/2009/10/12/did-mccain-torpedo-jd-hayworth/

http://www.espressopundit.com/2008/03/post-1.html

http://coaching.typepad.com/espresso_pundit/files/jd_hayworth_letter_08.jpg

Right now, JD is the one that has a chance to oust McLettuce. He’s not perfect but he’s a HELL of a lot better than our current reach across the isle “We’re all God’s children” senator.


10 posted on 01/27/2010 11:00:21 AM PST by MountainWoman
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To: rabscuttle385

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11 posted on 01/27/2010 11:00:44 AM PST by bamahead (Few men desire liberty; most men wish only for a just master. -- Sallust)
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To: Maelstorm
J.D. Hayworth as a US Congressman from Arizona had a lifetime rating of 97.56% from the American Conservative Union after 12 years of service. McCain has a 82% rating after 27 years of service.

Sorry, it is silly to hold for 100% conservative when the opportunity exists to rid the Republican party of one its members doing the most to undermine a conservative agenda.

12 posted on 01/27/2010 11:01:00 AM PST by Ol' Sparky (Liberal Republicans are the greater of two evils)
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To: Jim Robinson
McCain-Feingold. McCain-Kennedy. McCain-Lieberman. McCain-Gang of 14. McCain-Bailout pimp.

McCain gets “F” grades in Constitution, Capitalism, Citizenship, Conservatism, Economics, Science, Law and Liberty.

GIVE 'EM HELL JIM!

13 posted on 01/27/2010 11:01:29 AM PST by frogjerk
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To: Maelstorm

do you live in Arizona??


14 posted on 01/27/2010 11:03:26 AM PST by molybdenum ( Now go do the right thing!------Dr Laura)
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To: Maelstorm
Web sites are giddy about his candidacy. I'm not sure they should be. Get the new PD toolbar!


15 posted on 01/27/2010 11:03:34 AM PST by martin_fierro (< |:)~)
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To: Maelstorm

The concerns are worth thinking about... but... McCain commands attention from the press & is the most likely person ever to sell out conservatism. Further, knocking him out would boost Tea Party influence. Heck, it would be good if Palin no longer needed to stick up for McCain.

The best is the enemy of the better.


16 posted on 01/27/2010 11:04:41 AM PST by wizard1961 (Teaper)
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To: MBB1984

It’s either Juan posting or one of his lackeys....


17 posted on 01/27/2010 11:04:58 AM PST by el_texicano (Liberals, Socialist, DemocRATS, all touchy, feely, mind numbed robots, useless idiots at best!!!)
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To: Maelstorm; rabscuttle385

DUMP McCAIN !

GO HAYWORTH !


18 posted on 01/27/2010 11:08:50 AM PST by fieldmarshaldj (~"This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps !"~~)
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To: Maelstorm

Go to hell along with your liberal blogger trying to palm himself off as a news source!


19 posted on 01/27/2010 11:09:37 AM PST by dalereed
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To: Maelstorm
"Even more disquieting from a conservative philosophical point of view, Hayworth was supportive of the Bush era's big spending -- much more so than the fiscally prudent McCain."

< br> This is a really big problem for me. I really do not see a viable choice in this race and agree that limited resources should be focused elsewhere.
20 posted on 01/27/2010 11:10:12 AM PST by rob777 (Personal Responsibility is the Price of Freedom)
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To: Maelstorm

Even Mark freakin’ Kirk voted against the Bridge to Nowhere.


21 posted on 01/27/2010 11:10:21 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: Maelstorm
Until then, I can certainly live with John McCain.

Most people won't live with amnesty for illegals, abortion, global warming fallacy, socialist bailouts and not drilling in ANWR as McAmnesty espouses.
22 posted on 01/27/2010 11:11:01 AM PST by Man50D (Fair Tax, you earn it, you keep it! www.FairTaxNation.com)
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To: Maelstorm
You can defend McCain all you want. He must be defeated at all costs. JD Hayworth is far better than McCain in so many ways.

McCain had the Keating Five scandal. He is pro-amnesty and pro cap and trade. He was a co-sponsor of both bills. He tried to limit political free speech. He is against drilling in ANWR. He is against making English the official language of the US. He supports candidates like Charlie Crist over conservative candidates. He wants to close Gitmo. I could on and on why this cancer must be removed from the GOP. And it will be. The timing could not be better.

23 posted on 01/27/2010 11:12:00 AM PST by kabar
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To: Maelstorm

Even Mark freakin’ Kirk voted against the Bridge to Nowhere.

If Hayworth is the nominee, every person on this board saying that Palin’s support of McCain proves she is a RINO will have at least six years to regret it.


24 posted on 01/27/2010 11:12:32 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: Maelstorm

Who is Matt Lewis? A McCain operative?

I read this and all I see is a lame attempt to tie Hayworth to Bush.


25 posted on 01/27/2010 11:13:17 AM PST by Responsibility2nd (Free Republic. The BEST place anywhere to PIMP YOUR BLOG)
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To: Maelstorm

If you don’t think that Hayworth would be a tremendous improvement over McCain (almost anybody would be IMO) then you have a serious RINO problem.


26 posted on 01/27/2010 11:16:20 AM PST by penowa
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To: Mr. Silverback

JD is much more conservative than John McCain and would do MUCH better representing Arizona voters than McCain.

For years McCain has COMPLETELY ignored Arizona and given us a one-finger salute. Now suddenly that JD is challenging him, McCain has started to concern himself with Arizona. For McCain it is all about himself and doing whatever it takes continue being a Washington insider.

Name one thing McCain has done to help Arizona?


27 posted on 01/27/2010 11:16:35 AM PST by PhxRising
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To: Maelstorm

Sounds like the McCainics are scared to death of JD if they are posting things like this.

For every fault of JD, I will show you 50 of McCain’s.

JD will win!


28 posted on 01/27/2010 11:16:52 AM PST by TMA62 (TMA62)
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To: Maelstorm

You bring up legitimate points and, while we may disagree on McCain, to call you names is silly. From your posting history I see you support Rubio over Crist, Hughes, etc. For anyone to imply you are some kind of rino lover is a joke.


29 posted on 01/27/2010 11:17:07 AM PST by icwhatudo ("laws requiring compulsory abortion could be sustained under the existing Constitution"Obama Adviser)
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To: Responsibility2nd

I agree with already posted sentiment.

If nothing else without John McCain there is no pResident Zero.

Amnesty, cap and tax, gang of 14, Keating 5... all good reasons but how can you argue his being a horrible Presidential nominee trumps any and all of that.


30 posted on 01/27/2010 11:18:06 AM PST by PittsburghAfterDark
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To: Maelstorm

I don’t like McCain, but Hayworth has the face of a real Rino.


31 posted on 01/27/2010 11:19:01 AM PST by free1977free
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To: kabar
You can defend McCain all you want. He must be defeated at all costs. JD Hayworth is far better than McCain in so many ways.

Kabar....

You get the sense that while JD may be imperfect, he has learned from the error of his ways. I do not get that feeling with John McCain, his deal and records show it.

With that in mind, JD is the slam dunk hands down choice....

32 posted on 01/27/2010 11:19:45 AM PST by taildragger (Palin/Mulally 2012)
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To: Ol' Sparky

Another possibility is Shadegg who has 5 years straight of 100% ACU ratings and a lifetime rating also of 97.6%. He is very well liked in Arizona.


33 posted on 01/27/2010 11:20:27 AM PST by mnehring
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To: Maelstorm

Wipe the Kook Aide off your mouth. My God, where have you been? There is change happening, and it does not involve playing defense. This is so sappy that it looks like you are getting paid by McCain.


34 posted on 01/27/2010 11:26:43 AM PST by 999replies (Thune/Rubio 2012)
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To: free1977free
I don’t like McCain, but Hayworth has the face of a real Rino.

Then apparently, you haven't been paying very close attention.
35 posted on 01/27/2010 11:27:07 AM PST by wasp69 (space for rent)
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To: kabar
McCain had the Keating Five scandal.

It's amazing to me how the FReepers who are the most opposed to Juan McCain, the ones who should know the most about him because they've been freaking out about him 24/7 for years, continue to bring up the Keating Five.

McCain was only the focus of hearings in that matter because if they did the right thing and left him out their would be four Dems and no GOP senators under investigation. The committee's cousel (Bob "I defended Bill Clinton in the Lewinsky mess" Bennett, there's a GOP operative for you) said there was insufficient evidence against McCain and John Glenn to evencontinue investigating them.

IOW, it was a Dem run railroad job.

36 posted on 01/27/2010 11:27:24 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: kabar
McCain had the Keating Five scandal.

It's amazing to me how the FReepers who are the most opposed to Juan McCain, the ones who should know the most about him because they've been freaking out about him 24/7 for years, continue to bring up the Keating Five.

McCain was only the focus of hearings in that matter because if they did the right thing and left him out their would be four Dems and no GOP senators under investigation. The committee's cousel (Bob "I defended Bill Clinton in the Lewinsky mess" Bennett, there's a GOP operative for you) said there was insufficient evidence against McCain and John Glenn to even continue investigating them.

IOW, it was a Dem run railroad job.

37 posted on 01/27/2010 11:28:12 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: Ol' Sparky
Sorry, it is silly to hold for 100% conservative

Good Point. I seem to remember a certain Ronald Reagan who gave a whole bunch of amnesty to illegal aliens in '86. I wonder if there is such a thing as a 100% candidate? I doubt it, but I will take J.D. over Obama lite any day.

38 posted on 01/27/2010 11:30:34 AM PST by 999replies (Thune/Rubio 2012)
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To: Maelstorm

When you consider McCain’s involvement in the Keating 5, Hayworth’s connections to Jack Abramoff is nothing but a red herring at this point. Hayworth cooperated with the feds and they found he did nothing illegal. JD is also a solid conservative on taxes.

On spending, well..... Hayworth voted for the 2003 prescription drug benefit, the big govt farm and highway bills. Hayworth supported pork-barrel earmarks. McCain opposed all that staist crappola.

I’ll still take JD over McCain.


39 posted on 01/27/2010 11:35:46 AM PST by Reagan Man ("In this present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.")
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To: PhxRising
Name one thing McCain has done to help Arizona?

I don't know. I'm not an Arizonan. Certainly y'all should consider that sort of thing, but it was not something I was talking about.

Some of the folks on this site are playing checkers instead of chess. You may not be one of them, but that's the reality. I want to play chess like Deep Blue and hand the Dems their heads for the next several elections.

40 posted on 01/27/2010 11:36:01 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: Maelstorm

This campaign cycle is going to be one nasty ride for McCain. His troubles will come from his own failure to uphold his duty as a public servant to the people. The pain he will feel because of that failure will make him wish he were still a POW in the Hanoi Hilton.

The only hope I have for McCain is that he undergoes a transformation by the fire of battle. He needs to get an insight into the reality of conservative values.


41 posted on 01/27/2010 11:36:22 AM PST by jonrick46 (We're being water boarded with the sewage of Fascism.)
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To: Maelstorm

While J.D. may not be the best thing since pop corn or sliced bread,
He is a hell of a lot better than the RINO p.o.s. McLame.


42 posted on 01/27/2010 11:39:05 AM PST by Joe Boucher ((FUBO) Get out of the peoples house and take that shelf ass ugly woman with ya.)
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To: Maelstorm

Very good post. Many people around here are so blinded by their hate of McCain that they cannot see that Hayworth has serious issues of his own. As far as I can tell, the impetus behind the support around here of Hayworth is because he is to the right of McCain on immigration.

Anyone who has been paying attention has know that McCain has been at the forefront of the opposition to Obama - be it on healthcare, spending, the stimulus, even cap and trade. That’s a far cry from what people predicted - saying that McCain would be the “bridge builder” and the “Republican enabler” of the Obama agenda. Far from it.

Like many, I have had my issues with McCain over the years. However, it makes zero sense to toss him in a primary over a very flawed Republican who’s only real advantage over McCain is that he is to the right on immigration.


43 posted on 01/27/2010 11:40:02 AM PST by St. Louis Conservative
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To: icwhatudo; Maelstrom
From your posting history I see you support Rubio over Crist, Hughes, etc. For anyone to imply you are some kind of rino lover is a joke.

But that's where we are on FR. We have a certain segment who really believe you can't have principle and sound tactics in the same movement. They could care less what Reagan said about politics by addition, and if you posted some of his strategic advice without telling them who said it, they'd probably say it was written by Juan McCain or Olympia Snowe.

So, of course, in their world anyone who doesn't consider Palin a RINO and Hayworth the new Reagan is a total lib scumbag.

44 posted on 01/27/2010 11:40:32 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: PittsburghAfterDark

I think it can be argued that without the base saying “My guy is an awesomely awesome bag of awesomeness and I won’t coalesce behind anyone else” until we were down to Romney and Huckabee as “conservative” alternatives, there would have been no nomination for McCain.


45 posted on 01/27/2010 11:42:49 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: mnehring

It’s also worth noting that Shadegg isn’t running for Congress again.


46 posted on 01/27/2010 11:44:04 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: Maelstorm

Good try but it’s not working with me. I live in AZ and can’t wait to vote for JD. I’m sending him some money too. It will give me great pleasure to help retire RINO McCain.


47 posted on 01/27/2010 11:44:25 AM PST by GrannyAnn
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To: Reagan Man

See post 37.

No matter how much of a RINO Juan McCain is, no conservative should be linking arms with Howell Heflin.


48 posted on 01/27/2010 11:46:50 AM PST by Mr. Silverback (We're right, we're free, we'll fight and you'll see!)
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To: Reagan Man

>> I’ll still take JD over McCain.

J.D. is much younger and still shaping his career. He has experience both in and out of Congress. He strikes me as the kind of person who learns from the mistakes made, and is willing to adapt and grow.

John McCain will govern according to his established record. Regardless of what he says today, he will continue to compromise and legislate as before.


49 posted on 01/27/2010 11:47:49 AM PST by Gene Eric (Your Hope has been redistributed. Here's your Change.)
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To: Mr. Silverback

..and when he announced he wasn’t running, he made a cryptic statement about possibly fighting the battle from a different platform.


50 posted on 01/27/2010 11:51:22 AM PST by mnehring
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