WASHINGTON -- A couple of weeks after blaming the Orlando massacre on President Barack Obama, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) let fly again, telling a Pakistan television station in an interview posted online Friday that the U.S. is to blame...Show More Summary
Guest post by Aleister at American Lookout Having ruled out the GOP’s 2012 loser Mitt Romney, #NeverTrump leader Bill Kristol... The post Good Grief! #NeverTrumper Bill Kristol Is Now Promoting John McCain for President appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Donald Trump took a question at a New Hampshire town hall meeting today that was eerily reminiscent of John McCain's town hall with the supporter who thought Obama was a Muslim. Suffice it to say, he had a different answer for her than...Show More Summary
John McCain got just a little snarky yesterday with boosters of both Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
Yeah, but Trump likes guy who weren't tortured.
Finding myself looking to Mitch McConnell and John McCain for validation makes me want to set myself on fire The post Is the GOP Leadership Signaling They Are On Board With A Dump Trump Convention? (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState...
In 2008, the PUMA contingent of Hillary Clinton voters was quite persistent. In June 2008, 20 percent of Clinton backers said they'd go for John McCain. In July, it was 22 percent, then 18 percent in August and 19 percent in September. Show More Summary
The number of Latinos registering to vote is growing, which gives Democrats the momentum they need not only topotentiallyoust longtime incumbent Sen. John McCain.
Senate Republicans have given up on defunding Obamacare, but John McCain still thinks it’s going to be electoral gold. In 2016, not 2010. McCain started airing an ad attacking his Democratic challenger, Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, on Obamacare last month, and this month a poll still showed him trailing her by two points. Show More Summary
Moody's calls Trump's proposals a looming disaster. Donald Trump’s economic proposals would throw America into a deep recession, according to a Moody’s Analytics team led by a former adviser to Sen. John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign. Show More Summary
Short answer: Yes, it's possible. Arizona represents one of the most interesting case studies of the 2016 election. It's gone Republican in every presidential contest since Bill Clinton took it in 1996, and it's home to the two voting...Show More Summary
In a disgusting moment of 'straight talk' from Senator John McCain (R-AZ) this week, the former Republican Presidential nominee claimed that President Obama was "directly responsible" for the violent and deadly carnage at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. Show More Summary
Elder GOP statesmen John McCain says he "misspoke," twice. Palin and Trump said exactly what they meant. It has been hard—one would have thought impossible—to eclipse the sadness and outrage in the aftermath of the Orlando slaughter....Show More Summary
On Thursday Senator John McCain blamed President Obama for creating ISIS and having a hand in the attack in Orlando. I guess he forgot about that entire episode where President Bush invaded the wrong country, destabilizing it and creating a world class recruitment center and haven for terrorists. It must have slipped his mind. After [...]Show More Summary
Former President George W. Bush is lending a hand to vulnerable Republicans in competitive Senate races across the country this summer. Bush has attended fundraisers for Arizona Sen. John McCain and New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, and will attend upcoming events for Missouri Sen. Show More Summary
Said Meade in the comments to last night's post about John McCain saying something Trumpish about Obama and terrorism and then half-retracting it. You know, McCain is getting primaried, and he's got a personal political interest in saying...Show More Summary
Truth ain't mean it is just truth The post The One Big Reason That John McCain Is Right About Orlando appeared first on RedState.
What’s the Grand Old Party got against the Grand Canyon?
What happened to John McCain? He used to be a run-of-the-mill sleazy politician that even some Democrats could think of as being somewhat reasonable, but over the years he has slowly sunk to the level of the unhinged mouth-foaming carpet-chewers of the dying Republican party. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. John McCain said Thursday that President Barack Obama is "directly responsible" for the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, because of the rise of the Islamic State group on the president's watch. InShow More Summary