Skip to comments.McCain's Tea Party Challenger Slams His Stance on Refugees in New Ad
Posted on 04/02/2016 9:02:50 AM PDT by cotton1706
Alex Meluskey, the Scottsdale, Arizona businessman who has launched a primary challenge against long-time Sen. John McCain for the seat he has held since 1987, this week launched a new ad attacking the 2008 GOP presidential nominee, saying he favors allowing some Syrian refugees into the United States.
"In the three years since, the attack at Fort Hood in Texas has been forgotten by many," the one-minute ad begins.
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Who is the bugger challenger Mc? or the female MD?
Kelli Ward is the real challenger.
you surely mean BIGGER.
I thought McCain bolted to the Collaborator party?
Good subject...horrible ad. Did his 8-year old son do it? It also misses a golden opportunity to describe that the ones McCain “met” became ISIS leaders!
Yes, I agree, Kelli Ward I’d the TRUE McCain challenger. This guy is a “split the conservative vote” candidate meant to help the unpopular McCain win the primary.
Yeah, that’s how Pandsey keeps getting re elected. Somebody ask this guy if McCain is donating to his campaign. It is time to threaten to write in, walk out, or go for the Democrat.
“Yes, I agree, Kelli Ward Id the TRUE McCain challenger. This guy is a split the conservative vote candidate meant to help the unpopular McCain win the primary.”
The “unpopular” McCain soundly defeated JD Hayworth in the last primary. Hayworth had high name recognition, due to service in the House and his radio program.
Good luck with bumping McCain out with multiple relative unknown newcomers.
If she does that, well then good luck with that.
McCain will have one more term.
If we split the conservative vote, then McCain will win. I support Ward.
Any polls on this race?
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