Tag Archives: John McCain

“If you favor an intrusive Republican government, (Santorum’s) unquestionably your candidate.”

Rick Santorum, who lost to Bob Casey in the Democratic rout of 2006 by almost 20 points, is no small government conservative/libertarian. When all is said and done he’s a national greatness type. His federalist credentials are suspect; He voted for No Child Left suggesting that the feds should set national curriculum. He was there when the GOP went on…

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The Violent Tea Party Fallacy

EDITORS NOTE Please follow our fair use policy. Michelle Malkin nails it: How the Left Fakes the Hate: A Primer If you can’t stand the heat, manufacture a hate-crime epidemic. After years of covering racial hoaxes on college campuses and victim sob stories in the public arena, I’ve encountered countless opportunists who live by that demented mindset. At best, the…

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J.D. Hayworth to challenge John McCain w/ poll

FoxNews: PHOENIX — Former congressman J.D. Hayworth is kicking off a campaign challenging John McCain for his Senate seat — setting up a showdown between well-known Republicans that promises to be McCain’s toughest re-election battle. Hayworth, a conservative talk-radio host, is inaugurating his effort with a rally in Phoenix Monday morning followed by a three-day statewide tour. On his webiste,…

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McCain is running opposed

This from http://www.azstarnet.com/news/… John McCain has a GOP challenger in his home state of Arizona.
Former Arizona Congressman J.D. Hayworth says he is planning to run against John McCain for his U.S. Senate seat. Hayworth, a Republican, told The Associated Press late Friday he stepped down as host of his radio program on KFYI-AM, a conservative radio talk show in…

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2008 Massachusetts Election Map

*50%+ was for all towns McCain won, even if he won 49%-48% due to 3rd parties.  Other percentages are raw numbers. I put this together for anyone who is curious.  Most Massachusetts Maps just show a sea of blue.  They aren’t very useful other than to tell us Massachusetts is liberal.  We already know that.  With this map, we can…

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McCain’s Waterloo

I was a strong supporter of Republican John McCain when he first ran for the presidency in 2000. I felt then that he would help the GOP rebound from its wilderness years during the Clinton era & that he would help to expand the Republican base in a fashion similar to his own political heroes: Teddy Roosevelt & Ronald Reagan.…

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