*CWN NEWS FLASH: McCain Is A Liberal*

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  1. chesswarsnow
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    chesswarsnow "SASQUATCH IS WATCHING"

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    Sorry bout that,


    1. He walks hand in hand with the liberal media, agrees with their talking points like he gets them emailed to him.
    2. Does anyone here agree?
    3. And when we start seeing the liberal media supporting him, will anyone here, wonder why?



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    He is a Republican Progressive.
    He likes big government as do all progressives.
    There is just a lesser amount of them in the Republican party that the Democratic party.
     
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    Sorry bout that,


    1. I just watched him on *Face the Nation*, he agreed with them on every point.



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    Stabbed in the back by the GOP in 2000, abandoned by his party in 2008, it’s remarkable McCain is still a republican at all. Of course he has no where else to go. Something he has in common with a lot of other republicans.
     
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    his political career is pretty much over.

    The tea party ruined him.

    Just like they will ruin any republican who can get votes in a gereral election.
     
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    I swear, you are the most delusional member here.

    News flash: McCain was never a hero of the Tea Party
     
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    1. He was such a gentlemen during the election, so much so he supported Obama/Barry instead of attacking Obama's/Barry's political positions.
    2. Yeah that will breed alot of confidence through out the Conservatives!
    3. That was the *BIGGEST* joke of a Presidential Campaign in American History!
    4. Does anyone else see it this way?
    5. He should of been demanding for the BC back then, he wasn't ofcourse.:eusa_whistle:
    6. Obama/Barry demanded his.
    7. Which he supplied, but McCain only saw a stupid COLB, and said, thats good enough for me, what a idiot!, and liberal stance.

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    :eusa_eh: What? :lol:
     
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    Old news which the reason why he doesn't have and didn't have the support of the base. he's a tried and true Rino who needs to be unelected.
     
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    Note how mcCain plays 'Conservative' when his election time nears...and afterward? Goes right back to his old tricks?
     
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