/ July 16, 2010 06:36 AM
Some in Arizona are old enough to remember the past promises of John McCain. The real question is whether there are enough of them to make a difference.
Over at Kicking Cactus they remember some of these promises.
Thanks for your service, John. Can’t recall exactly what you’ve done, but thanks anyway.
We’re both old-timers, so I remember clearly when you said you’d serve for two terms only, and implied you would not become a professional politician. And I remember your words, "the future of Arizona is with the young, well-educated newcomers," not those in "seizure world."
Go read the rest...
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Posted by Digger on July 16, 2010 06:36 AM (Permalink)
I don't know what ever happened to John McCain the navy pilot or John McCain the POW. You'd think that his experiences would heighthen his appreciation for American sovereignty and the necessity of protecting our borders.
Instead, McCain has been fighting hard for decades to sell out his countrymen to the best interests of Mexico. Mr. John Amnesty McCain needs to go!
Posted by: william sanders on July 19, 2010 11:14 AM
OK...So WHY does McCain have a 11 point lead over JD Hayworth in current polls?
Posted by: Cole on July 19, 2010 12:29 PM
it's not just democrats, it's not just republicans. for the past eighty years they've both been in control. look where were at. get out of the two party mindset
Posted by: frank on August 7, 2010 11:15 PM
I appreciate the service that John McCain has given to this country and to Arizona... but it's time for us to move on and time for a change. McCain was a strong proponent for illegal immigration amnesty up until a few months ago - just after Robert Krentz was murdered on his southern AZ ranch. Suddenly, McCain changed his stance, which for those who are paying attention, was changing it too late. McCain will likely flip-flop if elected. I'm tired of it, and God bless him for all he sacrificed as a POW. But Arizona can't be help hostage to that forever. His track record is less than impressive and let's face it - we've seen his best years as an elected public servant, and they were fair to mediocre at best.
Hayworth has my vote.
Posted by: ClassicFilm on August 10, 2010 04:27 PM