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  • ‘On What?’--McCain Says He Didn’t Know Defense Bill He Approved Repealed Military Ban on Sodomy...

    12/07/2011 3:22:54 PM PST · by jazusamo · 83 replies
    CNSNews ^ | December 7, 2011 | Elizabeth Harrington
    Complete title: ‘On What?’--McCain Says He Didn’t Know Defense Bill He Approved Repealed Military Ban on Sodomy, Bestiality Video at link ( - Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, told on Wednesday that he did not know that the 926-page Defense Department authorization bill that came through his committee and was approved by the Senate last week on 93 to 7 vote included a provision that would repeal the military’s ban on sodomy and bestiality if the bill becomes law. asked McCain: “Senator, did you read the Defense authorization bill that...
  • Photo Of The Day: John McCain As Gollum

    07/28/2011 5:39:09 PM PDT · by conservativeforpalin · 29 replies
    Politicons- Politically Conservative ^ | July 28 | Henry D'Andrea
  • Victoria Jackson (SNL) spoofs Meghan McCain. An original Pasadena Tea Party Patriots Production

    02/27/2010 9:08:06 PM PST · by stand_your_ground · 31 replies · 1,879+ views
    Pasadena Patriots ^ | 2-27-2010 | Pasadena Patriots
    The Pasadena Tea Party Patriots are proud to present Victoria Jackson (SNL, Tonight Show) and Basil Hoffman (Seinfeld, Milagro Beanfield Wars) in an original spoof of the Republican most loved by the cast of "The View."
  • McCain Leads Big! Hayworth, if Loses, to Back McCain

    02/17/2010 12:39:31 PM PST · by meandog · 95 replies · 2,787+ views
    The Atlantic ^ | Feb 16 2010 | by Chris Good
    <p>McCain Leads Big; If Hayworth Loses, He'll Back McCain Conservative talk-show host and former U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth launched a bid for John McCain's Senate seat that was seen as not only dangerous to McCain, but emblematic of a GOP election landscape....</p>
  • Blasting McCain, Hayworth launches campaign for U.S. Senate

    02/15/2010 12:32:01 PM PST · by SandRat · 137 replies · 4,121+ views
    Arizona Daily Star - Capitol Media Services ^ | Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services
    Capitol Media Services photo by Howard FischerJ.D. Hayworth gets the endorsement Monday of Chris Simcox, one of the founders of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. Simcox shelved his own bid to oust incumbent John McCain in the Republican primary for U.S. Senate, a move that could give a boost to Hayworth. Behind them is Rob Haney, chairman of the Maricopa County Republican Party.PHOENIX — With a blast at what he called John McCain's liberal leanings, former Congressman J.D. Hayworth launched his bid to oust the four-term incumbent in the Republican primary. At an event outside his Phoenix headquarters Monday,...
  • McCain: As Americans, We’re Proud Of Our President [NOT SATIRE] [barf alert]

    10/09/2009 12:17:41 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 79 replies · 4,130+ views
    (snip) JOHN KING: The president of the United States, who a year ago this weekend was your campaign rival heading into the final month of the campaign, is the Nobel Peace laureate for 2009. Deserved? SEN. JOHN MCCAIN: Oh, I’m sure that the president is very honored to receive this award. And Nobel Committee, I can’t divine all their intentions, but I think part of their decision-making was expectations. And I’m sure the president understands that he now has even more to live up to. But as Americans, we’re proud when our president receives an award of that prestigious category....
  • Sen. McCain: Hillary Just 'One of the Guys'

    07/30/2006 6:06:18 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 74 replies · 1,023+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 31 July 2006
    If Hillary Clinton ends up running against John McCain for the presidency in 2008, the two might vaguely remember competing against each other once before. That would have been in the summer of 2004 in Estonia where, according to The New York Times, the margin of victory was not votes, but shots of vodka. The instigator of the after-dinner contest, the Times reported for its Saturday editions, was Clinton, D-N.Y. McCain, R-Ariz., readily agreed. Aides to McCain did not return messages seeking comment Friday. Philippe Reines, Clinton's spokesman, played coy. "What happens in Estonia stays in Estonia," he said Friday...
  • McCain-Bush Ticket Possible in 2008?

    07/10/2006 7:40:34 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 131 replies · 2,269+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 11 July 2006
    Florida Gov. Jeb Bush has frequently said he won't run for president in 2008, but he's never ruled out being on the ticket as someone's running mate. And he didn't Monday when asked about teaming up with Arizona Sen. John McCain as Republicans hope to come up with a ticket to keep the White House - now occupied by Bush's older brother, President George W. Bush. "I like Sen. McCain. I think he's a good guy," Bush told reporters after returning from a holiday in Maine with his family. Any potential GOP nominee would covet the 27 electoral votes in...
  • Boycott Tourism in Arizona, Massachusetts

    06/22/2006 5:23:41 PM PDT · by Aussie Dasher · 20 replies · 820+ views
    Human Events Online ^ | 23 June 2006 | Barry Weinstein
    Economic chaos is now very likely for Arizona and Massachusetts. Why? Tourism is a substantial economic boon for these two states. The American natives are no longer merely restless; they’re intentions are now confluent. The millions of Americans opposed to the Senate's bill -- granting amnesty for lawbreakers -- will not be touring Arizona or Massachusetts until the misleading actors, Senators John McCain (R.-Ariz.) and Teddy Kennedy (D.-Mass.), are removed from office. Tourism counts as the second largest income producer for their states. "We the people" will now vote them out of office with our wallets. On May 12, 2006,...
  • McCain backs Kerry defense record Senator says Dem not 'weak' on security

    03/19/2004 12:29:40 PM PST · by JustTheTruth · 29 replies · 159+ views
    Washington Post ^ | Mar. 19, 2004 | Charles Babington
    WASHINGTON - Republican Sen. John McCain on Thursday defended Sen. John Kerry's record on national security, undercutting the Bush-Cheney campaign's latest attacks on the Democratic presidential challenger and frustrating conservatives hoping for a unified front against the Massachusetts senator. "I do not believe that he is, quote, weak on defense," McCain, R-Ariz., said on NBC's Today show. Earlier, on the CBS Early Show, when asked if he agreed with Vice President Dick Cheney's claim that Kerry is a threat to national security, McCain said: "I don't think that. I think that John Kerry is a good and decent man. ....