Washington (CNN) – Former Republican presidential nominees Bob Dole and John McCain are pushing back against Sen. Ted Cruz for comments he made Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. As Cruz was talking about how the Republican Party had not been successful in recent campaigns and what it needed to do to win, he […]
(CNN) – At the American Israel Public Affairs Conference on Monday, Sen. John McCain of Arizona joked that, because of his close friendship with former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, he observed a lot of Judaism's Sabbath laws. "I've had to go through all this all these years and I've gotten none of the benefits," McCain told […]
John McCain is up for reelection in 2016 and one way or the other, it looks like the king of all RINOS may be retiring. It can’t come soon enough for me. PPP’s newest Arizona poll finds that John McCain is unpopular with Republicans, Democrats, and independents alike and has now become the least popular Senator in the country. Show More Summary
During his speech to the CPAC crowd on Thursday, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) facetiously recalled "Presidents" Bob Dole, John McCain and Mitt Romney to make a point about how Republicans need to "stand for principle" in order to win big elections. Today, Sen. McCain fired back at Cruz during an appearance on MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell Reports.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is truly saddened that the United States military can't get involved in Ukraine. The post McCain: ‘It’s Tragic’ There’s No U.S. Military Option In Ukraine appeared first on ThinkProgress.
"Please, can we bomb someone today?" ... here it is in a nutshell: .@SenJohnMcCain on #Ukraine: "I do not see a military option and that is tragic." - #AMR staff, #Russia, #Crimea — @mitchellreports Jackass.
Congratulations to John McCain. A title has been bestowed upon him that he richly deserves. He is officially the Most Widely Disliked Snake in the Senate: Sen. John McCain is the least popular senator in the country of those surveyed...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (TRNS) - During the 2008 presidential campaign, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) repeatedly joked that he wasn’t elected Miss Congeniality in the Senate. It looks like he’s not winning any popularity contests back home either. According to Public Policy Polling, only 30 percent of Arizona voters approve of his performance in the upper chamber while 54 percent […]
Want the scoop on hot races around the country? Get the digest emailed to you each weekday morning. Sign up here. Leading Off: • AZ-Sen: Sweet Enola Gay, son! Republican Sen. John McCain has earned the rare distinction of becoming the most unpopular senator in the nation, according to PPP. Show More Summary
According to a new poll out of Arizona, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is the least popular incumbent in the United States. Put simply, PPP...
By Michael J.W. Stickings Remember when John McCain was a popular maverick (however faux), a celebrated independent (even if always a loyal Republican and for the most part hardcore conservative), a straight-talking renegade admired across the spectrum? He was truly something back then, back in his pre-Palin glory days. Show More Summary
A Public Policy Polling (PPP) poll has confirmed what may have seemed obvious to many conservatives; Sen. John McCain is the least popular senator in the country. In Arizona, only 30% of voters like his performance while 54% disapprove; even with the GOP voters, only 35% approve of him while 55% disapprove. Show More Summary
In what may have been his most significant foreign policy speech to date, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Thursday positioned his Reaganesque foreign policy views between the hawkish Sen. John McCain's (R-AZ) and what he described as the dovish Sen. Show More Summary
The buffoon from Arizona is one of the most frequent guests on cable new and on the Sunday morning talk shows. He was dead wrong about Iraq, Afghanistan and has never copped to it, clinging to his fantasy that his beloved “surge” made it all worthwhile. It didn’t, as the resilient sectarian warfare in that […]
Maybe those answering this poll never heard of Ted Cruz. PPP’s newest Arizona poll finds that John McCain is unpopular with Republicans, Democrats, and independents alike and has now become the least popular Senator in the country. Only 30% of Arizonans approve of the job McCain is doing to 54% who disapprove. There isn’t much […]
It's weird, I listened to Family Research Council on all sorts of cable news shows, talking about Arizona on each one, and never once did I hear them talking about "natural order and eternal law" or praying against "dark deception."...
The Independent suggests that Sarah Palin, the former Governor of Alaska and vice-presidential running mate of Republican Senator John McCain, has turned out to be surprisingly prescient when it comes to geopolitics and foreign affairs. Show More Summary
Oh, my, my, my. Bill O'Reilly's knickers are more twisted than usual over the fact that Sally Kohn called out Fox News, John McCain and Lindsey Graham for lauding Vladimir Putin as a "leader" in order to call President Obama "weak." To...Show More Summary
John McCain believes an article Barack Obama wrote in college is proof enough that he’s too soft. [He referred] to a 1983 article called “Breaking the War Mentality,” which Obama penned for a campus magazine as a senior at Columbia University. Conservative columnist Jonah Goldberg resurfaced the article on Monday in a USA Today op-ed. […]
After Russia's incursion into Crimea, John McCain called President Obama's foreign policy "feckless." But McCain chastised partisanship when Russia invaded Georgia in 2008. The post McCain Criticized ‘Partisan Sniping’ After Russia’s Invasion Of Georgia In 2008 appeared first on ThinkProgress.