New York Times: “In the final stretch of the 2008 presidential campaign, Jeb Bush appeared in a television ad urging Floridians to support John McCain, the Republican nominee, at the polls… But according to voting records from Miami-Dade County, where [...] The post No Record Jeb Bush Voted In 2008 appeared first on Political Wire.
According to voting records from Miami-Dade County, where Mr. Bush and his wife, Columba, are longtime residents, the couple did not vote for John McCain or anyone else in that presidential election.
The drumbeat for (more) ground troops in the war with ISIS has resulted in some strange bedfellows, and on Monday morning, some even stranger criticism out of a leading Republican hawk. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Joe Scarborough were explaining how President Obama is just the worst, when McCain relayed some comments that the “leader [...]
Establishment and squishy Republicans love to criticize conservative Republicans, so it comes as no surprise that former John McCain 2008 presidential campaign adviser Mark Salter is piling on Scott Walker.
Former Democratic Senator Joe Lieberman, who almost ran as Vice President on John McCain's 2008 ticket bashed Congressional Democrats for refusing to show up in the halls of Congress for Bibi Netanyahu's speech on Tuesday. Speaker John...Show More Summary
US Senator John McCain was greatly saddened by the news of the Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov’s murder.
Mark Salter, who was a top adviser on the 2008 presidential campaign of Sen. John McCain (R), is not a fan of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R). On Thursday, Salter went on Facebook and posted an article criticizing a comment Walker made about the Islamic State jihadist group (also known as ISIS or ISIL) at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Show More Summary
US Senator John McCain says that reports by the head of the US Defense Intelligence Agency asserting that the United States is unable to deliver weapons to Ukraine fast enough are unrealistic.
If we assume that part of President Obama's election victory in 2008 was due to his ability to "reach out and touch" so many via the Internet and social media whereas his opponents, be it Hillary Clinton and then John McCain, missedShow More Summary
Yesterday Senator John McCain spoke at the New America Foundation’s Future of War Conference on his vision for American foreign policy – war. McCain said the US should send (more) ground forces into Iraq and expand the combat mission into Syria to destroy ISIS. McCain lamented that Libya had fallen into chaos and said the [...]
Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden made an appearance on the series finale of NBC's "Parks and Recreation" Tuesday, marking the last guest appearance by political figures on a show that has featured Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.),...Show More Summary
I’m stunned as well. I have no love lost for John McCain, but he gets it right here and good for him. McCain is right… we should be giving weapons
From the February 23 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered: Previously: On Fox News, Sen. John McCain Says Roger Ailes Will "Deserve Credit" If There's A Full Benghazi Investigation Fox News Doubles Airtime For GOP Senators During Hearing On Islamic State Threat
Former Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. John McCain seem to have developed an uncomfortable fondness for each other. They share many things, including a candid tongue. Both also have at times been at odds with their own political parties. Show More Summary
John McCain, a decorated prisoner of war in Vietnam, who was kept in captivity for seven years as a sacrifice to his country, and a one-time Presidential Candidate, had some very hard words for the way that the US is – or isn’t – handling Vladamir Putin’s takeover of the Ukraine. Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) didn't mince words when he was asked about America's approach to Ukraine on Sunday. "This is a shameful chapter. I'm ashamed of my country. I'm ashamed of my president. And I'm ashamed of myself," McCain...Show More Summary
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., has said that he's ashamed of America, President Barack Obama, and himself, for failing to seriously help the people of Ukraine who are caught in a war against pro-Russian separatists.
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John McCain’s shame is in not providing weapons to Ukraine, as he told Bob Schieffer. For starters, McCain called German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President François Hollande “shameful” because they, according to him, ”legitimized, for the first time in 70 years, the dismemberment of a country in Europe.” “The Ukrainians aren’t asking for American boots [...]
Arizona senator John McCain stopped by Face the Nation this morning to discuss ISIS, national security, and the looming showdown over funding for the Department of Homeland Security in the wake of President Obama’s executive actionsShow More Summary