Russia's economy doesn't get a lot of love. It's "Nigeria with snow," "Burkina Faso with rockets," or, in John McCain's oft-repeated quip, "a gas station masquerading as a country." To be sure, natural resources genuinely play a large role. It would be foolish (and inaccurate!) to try to totally discount the [...]
Ted Cruz claims that he lobbied John McCain to allow the military to carry guns while on base. John McCain says that Ted Cruz is playing with his imaginary friends again.McCain claims it never happened. “You know, I was fascinated to hear that because I haven’t heard a thing about it from him. Show More Summary
There are numerous cases of military service running in families, sometimes at the highest levels. Think John McCain, for example, whose grandfather was a top admiral in World War II. But there’s generational service and then there’s almost eerie cloning. Show More Summary
Breitbart, Did John McCain Know about IRS Targeting?: When the IRS scandal broke, Sen. John McCain sent out a press release claiming to be shocked at the news. But was he? Three years’ of IRS e-mail evidence continues to build against the federal government. The most interesting and possibly disturbing...
Paul is "the worst possible candidate of the twenty or so that are running."
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) told Fox News that Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) was the worst Republican presidential candidate on security issues. Said McCain: “Sen. Paul is the worst possible candidate of the 20 or so that are running on the [.....
Sens. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) can never stop fighting over who gets in the last word. Despite earlier signs of simmering down, this feud between the libertarian hoping to become the 2016 Republican standard bearer and the 2008 GOP presidential nominee keeps finding ways to bubble back to the surface. Paul's entry […]
John McCain says even Ted Cruz is a better choice than Rand Paul. Shortly after responding to Rand Paul calling him an Obama “lapdog,” SenatorJohn McCain talked further about the swipe with Fox’s Neil Cavuto. And McCain really came out swinging, declaring that “Senator Paul is the worst possible candidate, of the 20 or so [...]
The worst possible candidate on national security. That’s U.S. Sen. John McCain’s assessment of likely Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Rand Paul.
Sens. John McCain and Lindsey O. Graham continued their war of words against Sen. Rand Paul on foreign policy Wednesday. "Put it this way – Sen. Paul is the worst possible candidate of the twenty or so that are running on the most important issue which is national security," McCain (R-Ariz.) said on Fox News […]
Sen. Rand Paul is going after the war hawks in his own party, including John McCain and Lindsey Graham. Paul is making a bet that everyday Republican voters...
Looks like we've got a good old family feud brewing between Rand Paul and the warmongers in his party. It seems Sen. Grumpy-Pants John McCain is none too happy with Baby Paul calling him and his BFF Lindsey Graham "lapdogs" for President...Show More Summary
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John McCain said on Fox today Rand Paul would be the "worst possible candidate" on national security and Ted Cruz would definitely do a better job.
John McCain and Lindsey Graham today both responded to Rand Paul calling them President Obama's "lapdogs."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) said he "misspoke" when he told potential New Hampshire voters that he has been "pressing" Sen. John McCain to hold hearings on whether service members can carry concealed weapons on military bases. "Now, I will...Show More Summary
Rand Paul says Lindsey Graham and John McCain are “lapdogs” for President Barack Obama’s interventionist foreign policy. The Justice Department has opened a civil rights investigation into the death of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old Baltimore...Show More Summary
Rand Paul's bizarre new pitch argues that John McCain and President Obama share a foreign-policy worldview. No, seriously.
Of course, Lindsey Graham and John McCain haven’t been especially kind to Rand Paul, either. On Monday morning, Sen. Graham told Morning Joe that Paul is “more wrong than right” on foreign policy, and that “even Obama” is stronger than the libertarian-leaning senator when it comes to dealing with threats abroad. The U.S. Senator from [...]
Rand Paul bashed fellow Republican senators John McCain and Lindsey Graham Tuesday as “lapdogs for President Obama” on foreign policy. Click to Continue »