He Makes Me Puke

“Maverick”, my ass.

7 Responses to “He Makes Me Puke”

  1. Gunslinger says:

    “Maverick” is an odd way to spell traitor.

  2. JeffS says:

    The man is turning into a Republican Jimmy Carter.

  3. tree hugging sister says:

    He’s so revolting. I’ve got to give it to Sen Kelly Ayotte, when she was ambushed by a Newtown CT survivor’s daughter at one of HER town halls in New Hampshire (HEY! Stay in YOUR state, how ’bout it?). She was very respectful, somber and sympathetic, but firm ~ NO. She’s not changing her vote. Now the principal’s daughter (I think she was) went on camera outside the event afterward to call her everything but a murderer herself, and I understand her grief and anger, but she completely blows off Ayotte’s answer about addressing mental health concerns. HELLO?! It’s all about THEM. RIGHT NOW.

    And THIS SENILE, CAMERA HAPPY OLD F*CK is pitiful in his groveling attempt to stay front and center.

    Go. Away.

  4. tree hugging sister says:

    From “The Daily Caller” email:

    “Two very different pictures are emerging of what took place this weekend at a series of townhall meetings by Kelly Ayotte, the Republican senator from New Hampshire. Ayotte traveled back to the Granite State to meet with constituents, and among the topics that came up were her votes against new gun control measures. But local and national news media are giving sharply contrasting accounts of what really happened when the gun control issue surfaced. If you read about the meetings in the national press, you likely went away thinking the Republican lawmaker was overwhelmed by pro-gun control critics. You might think the opposite if you read reports from the local news there. …The stories in local press gave a different impression. The Concord Monitor reported that, ‘The crowd of about 250 in the Winnisquam Regional High School cafetorium seemed mostly supportive of Ayotte, applauding frequently, including after a man thanked her for her vote against the background checks legislation.'”

    When you have to bring in a sympathetic, out of state ringer to spice your argument (and get yourself some national press), you might have a problem

  5. aelfheld says:

    JeffS, not quite – Carter never claimed to be other than he is.

  6. JeffS says:

    McCain could still do that, aelfheld. But, yeah, he hasn’t.

  7. Kathy Kinsley says:

    It was HIS turn. My question: is it McCain who turned – or is it the people who nominated him, knowing exactly what he was? He’s always been quite open about what he believes. I don’t agree with a lot of it (especially regarding defense). But he’s never really waffled that much – he’s just been a nice, very liberal, republican (and, yes you can – you can be a conservative democrat, too).
    Nothing I’d want to vote for for president (I voted for his running mate, not him). But he’s not hiding – never has – what he is.

    What I want to know is WHY in the WORLD the RNC nominated him?

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