Skip to comments.RI 2010: McCain to raise money for Kennedy seat hopeful (Rudy McRomney alert!)
Posted on 03/23/2010 12:03:35 PM PDT by rabscuttle385
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) will host an event for Rhode Island state Rep. John Loughlin in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
The event will be at the National Republican Club, with a suggested contribution of $750.
Loughlin has also secured commitments from two other 2008 presidential hopefuls -- Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney -- to campaign for him.
(Excerpt) Read more at thehill.com ...
PT BARNUM: “Bring on the RINOS”
“Loughlin has also secured commitments from two other 2008 presidential hopefuls — Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney — to campaign for him.”
How do you like the way your friends across the isle have treated you and the American taxpayer the last few weeks.
Good friends you have over there.
Heh ... it's the PEOPLE's Seat!
Don’t take John McCain’s money. It is a Faustian bargain.
He might win after this health care bill passed.
This is wackadoodle RI we’re talking about—within the RINO’s natural habitat and where they should be protected. It’s when RINOs roam territories in Arizona and nationwide that they are an invasive species needing to be eradicated.
Anything to beat Patches. Period.
I think Patches is stepping down—but the same applies. (There are always more leftist and willing Democrats!)
And this is bad? Why?
Arizona can do a whole lot better than a RINO like McCain. But I have yet to see anything which convinces me that New York could do any better than a RINO like Rudy or Massachussetts could do better than a RINO like Romney or Brown.
this is just wierd.
“So McCain and Romney are helping get a GOP pickup in ultra-blue RI, and we are supposed to get worked up over this, when not a single RINO voted for Obamacare?
this is just wierd.”
Yet it works. “Worked up” niche.
There are fringe nuts in every large movement. FR is so large those Birther nuts have found refuge here. They truly live in their own world, tilting at windmills, convinced of their own nobility.
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