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  • Hammer

    It was democrats that put McCain back in office…He does more for the democrat cause than the democrats do in the state…..

  • Goodforall

    He is nothing more than as RINO turncoat.

  • SofiesVoice

    Let’s get rid of all the RHINOS…..McCain, Cornyn, McConnell, Graham…..they are doing more harm than good and need to be put out to pasture….

    • Clint

      Firing Rove and company would also be a step in the right direction.

      • SofiesVoice

        You’re right, Clint…Silly me, how could I leave out the mastermind of the Establishment Repubs, Rove. He needs to mastermind his exit along with his cohorts, out of any election and let the real conservatives take back our Country.

      • Shofar threading

        That’s been my hope for 5 years. Actually longer. Sick of his “magic” board.

    • Mac Boy

      . and add Krispy Kreme Kristie to that list – the Newest RINO !!!

  • jpatton346

    From a hero to a rino. Mr McCain please resign . If you do run again run as a Democrat.

    • Clint

      Don’t give him ideas. He would probably win as a Democrat. That would be a disaster.

  • Winston

    I am so pleased! :-) It’s about time. Think they waited too long though.

    • Shofar threading

      Hey, it’s a start !!! Maybe this will get the ball rolling.

  • AbleAmerican1

    Now it’s PAST time to do likewise with , Graham of SC.;King in NY..& Mallinoski (sp) in AK.. there ARE more.. so WITHOUT the benefit of ‘TERM LIMITS’..It’s gotta be us..of the ‘COMMON SENSE’ mentality to VOTE ‘EM OUT IN 2014 & 2016!!

    • Clint

      Absolutely, and it will be a pleasure.

  • pana2

    he’s made his millions in the process of ‘playing’ conservative republican. It will be a gift from heaven to see him voted out in 2016 shd he decide to run.

    • noelle20102

      Actually its Cindy Mccain that has the millions so John might be called a gold digger
      Cindy made millions when their beer distributorship took off

      • pana2

        You’re right! He was one who when he came back from the war divorced his wife because she did not have the movie star looks she had when he left due to a severe car accident. Then went on the prowl looking for some rich, young deb he could marry and obtain his RICHES. Same path John Kerry took as well. Another name to add to their resume “gigolos” both.

      • Mary

        This is what happened during the Roman Empire as well. If men could gain wealth and political advantage, they’d leave their wives and families for wealthier better connected women.

      • FRED1953

        Maybe her millions just added to his wealth? I live in Kansas where Bob Dole entered politics with nary a dime and left the Senate a multimillionaire! That is an anomaly peculiar to many senators and ex-presidents. Strange how they let their power go to their alcohol and drug laden brains. I think McCain should just retire and ride in veteran’s day parades and just be a war hero. I would have way more respect for him.

      • Clint

        John McCain is no hero, according to many who knew him best during the VN war. There was a time that I honored him as a war hero. Never again.

      • FRED1953

        Maybe the VC/NVA/PRC captors compromised him as in “manchurian candidate”?

      • Mary

        Insider trading and lobbyist’s are the key to their new found wealth.

  • Jakebrake

    The man is a traitor to the people of AZ. and the veterans.. Did he vote to cut his pension. Hell no. He like Palosi, Reid, and other turncoats to their oath must go.

  • Nikita63

    Let us hope that John McCain is only the first of many mainstream RINOS to go the way of all flesh for thinking to betray all the American values we have fought for since the inception of this country as a free nation. The divisiveness and polarity evolving in leaps and bounds have been created by the total control the left had until 2010 and their continuing control of the Senate and Harry’ Reid’s disdain for all constitutional procedures and principles which HE and Obama see as obstructions to the implementation of a Neo-Socialist government on a people who STILL believe in the freedoms provided in THIS constitutional Republic. At least we conservatives know what we live in. Ask any democrat and they will tell you we live in a democracy which under its most essential definition is the equivalent of mob rule. The current leftists are living PROOF of that contention. I hope the next such to be smothered by his practices and the abuse of power and law , is The Governor of NJ, Chris Christie. I am astounded that after the recent Bridgestone scandal which he disavows and takes no responsibility for because like Sergeant Schultz, He knows NOOOOOTHING; he is supposedly a HOT (in the favorable sense) political commodity. If that is true, no wonder we are in the trouble we are in this country!

    • cregger1

      He is actually a member of the communist regime of obummer. He is not even a RINO. I can’t believe I actually voted for this communist in 2008. To think this communist was once considered a hero of ours military. What he is, is a traitor to this country!

      • Clint

        If Sarah had not been on the ticket, McCain would not have received half of the votes he got.

      • Myrtle Linder

        That election was the biggest farce of the century and cost the country millions for absolutely nothing. I feel, as in the second election, that Obama knew he had won months before the election.

      • Clint

        You may very well be right.

      • Nikita63

        I can forgive some of McCain’s flip flopping since his time in the Hanoi Hilton was never disputed to my knowledge and I am a Vietnam veteran of the 1968 Tet Offensive who KNOWS of John Kerry’s record and was there when his less than star studded military career was being embellished in anticipation of his subsequent political career. He never met a lie he didn’t like. He was my junior Senator for a long time before being assigned to give away our freedoms and resources to the UN by Obama
        and more specific data on those who served with and commanded and disdained him can be found in the Jerome Corsi- John E. O’Neill book, Unfit for Command. O’Nell was his replacement as skipper of swift boat PCF-94. It will greatly enlighten you and anyone else who reads it and most of those with whom Kerry “served,” signed affidavits to prevent him from using them in advertising his 2004 presidential run. Does this sound to you , like someone to be admired or placed as he is? Why is it that we have SO MANY people of SUCH QUESTIONABLE backgrounds in high office?

      • Ralph Farmer

        It saddens me that McCain was a war hero and served our country admirably and now has turned into a traitor.

      • Shofar threading

        The New World Order is spreading its tentacles in every nook and cranny.

      • Nikita63

        The man has no integrity anymore and with what he has done of late to his own country is criminal in the eyes of a majority of us I think. He should be removed from office. I do not know if he is up for re-election as an incumbent this year but, in any event, we need to vote every incumbent candidate in both parties out of office! They are the problem: ALL of them but in any national election, only about a third of them are up for re-election. It would take us through the 2016 election to get rid of the current criminals but we could do it IF we had the numbers and the will. I know I will NEVER vote for any incumbent for the remainder of my life since BOTH parties have failed us miserably by becoming professional parasites who care nothing about the constituencies, only their own vested self interest and party agendas which work against the constitution, American Citizens, our quality of life and the rule of law.

    • Retired MSGT USAF

      “…A Constitutional Republic, if you can keep it…” Benjamin Franklin

    • Mac Boy

      Next up: Get rid of RINO Christie, who just signed the “DreamAct” to let ILLEGALS go to
      school FREE on our dime !!!

      • Nikita63

        The creep may be a RINO but he’s using the time tested tactic of deny, deny, deny, to prevent people from discovering what a threat he is to FREEDOM for American citizens. EVERYTHING legislated these past five years has hurt us and helped ALL those inimical to us or taking advantage of us: Including the criminally complicit congress who sicced Obamacare on us without EVER reading it, and then EXEMPTED themselves from it and, it’s horrendous damage.

      • Shofar threading

        That they exempted themselves almost galls me the most (other than the fact everybody else is being kicked in the ribs).

  • madman

    John McSenile needs to retire.

  • jerry1944

    WHAT you mean they didn’t really think the way he votes. Boy they sure slow thinkers there to take so long to decide he isn’t a conservative. I am sure he can run as a dem which is and how he thinks. And to think the gop put this nut up for pres. hehehe that shows you how far off the gop is from conservatives. And no I don’t HAVE to vote the party I can vote 3rd party AGAIN if I have to

    • Clint

      I believe the elitist leaders in the GOP are destroying the party from within. The GOP has pushed all of us conservatives into the terrible position of having to run against liberal Democrats and, just as liberal, Republicans. I believe we need a third party. However, until we conservatives become united in our efforts and we truly form a viable third party, we are wasting our votes.

      • Mac Boy

        - – – TEA Party Cons !! NO DEMS – NO RINO’s !!

      • Clint

        Amen and Semper Fi.

      • jerry1944

        You are right . The gop said at there convention they didn’t need conservatives are the Tea Party. With that feeling of not being needed I find it hard to vote for a person kust because of the R behind him and don’t.I would rather waste my vote on a 3rd party candidate then follow a mod are lib

  • jd1958

    Now recall and fire his keester!!!!

  • elton123

    He will not be re-elected (unless he changes parties). He was stayed in D.C. way too long and HE is to blame for O not being vetted (Palin was vetting O but McCain’s people shut her down)

    • Clint

      I think McCain’s and Graham’s actions along Obama and many more are treasonous.

  • mlimberg

    I live in Pinal County just south of Maricopa County….. We’re working hard to get rid of both McCain and Flake…. they’re traders and need to be deported to Mexico!

    • Clint

      The rest of the USA applauds your efforts. I certainly hope you folks are successful.

    • Don39

      What do they trade? You meant traitors no doubt.

      • Shofar threading

        Stick with the subject matter not the smart aleck correction.

  • LEE lee4m@yahoo.com

    That was proven when he and GRAHAM WENT TO EGYPT TO GET SHATER THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD TERRORIST OUT OF JAIL

  • louluna

    They need to push Mcshame off the cliff

  • DocJimmy

    It’s sad when a Decorated POW/Veteran, who was so highly respected by so many, falls from grace as John McCain has. I wonder what could have caused him to abandon his long standing Conservative/Republican values and migrate to the left?…

    • Clint

      Doc, from the things I’ve read, I have serious doubts that McCain was ever a real conservative. There are many who believe him to be a traitor.

      • DocJimmy

        Maybe so, Clint; maybe so……. :^(

      • Clint

        For many, many years I held McCain in high esteem. The more I observed his actions and the more I read, the esteem I held for Sen. McCain became less and less, until now, there is none left. It was a real bummer for me, because at one time I looked at his physical condition as a result of his POW time, and believed him to be a true hero. Sen. McCain being ex-USN and a pilot to boot, and myself being a former Aerospace Medicine HM1, I felt a genuine kinship.

      • DocJimmy

        So did I, Clint; and for much the the same reasons. I too, was an HM8401/8404/8406/8409/8483/8489. Semper Fi, Brother

      • Clint

        God bless Doc and Semper Fi.
        Clint

      • Eva St. Clair, NJ

        Never a conservative, never a ‘war hero’.

      • Clint

        It seems we are both right. A veteran from 61 – 74.

    • stonemike

      If you check back, Mccain was never a real conservative, each time anyone attempted to question his allegiance to conservatism, the Republican hierarchy pulled out the “war hero card” and even that has not been proven to have gone just like McCains camp would like you to believe!

  • ste1021

    Arizona is home to 2 of the “gang of four” Republicans who wrote the amnesty bill. Unbelievable considering their state is overrun by criminal aliens. Primary them out when the time comes, and in the meantime, shun them!

  • Don39

    McCain needs a lot more than censure from AZ Republicans, they need to recall him pronto before he can do more damage!

  • Richard Hull

    Until he comes up for re-election, censure John McCain. When he comes up for re-election, kick him out big time.

  • dragonfFIRE01

    John Mccain many many years ago was part of the Keating 5 who bilked elderly people out of retirement funds. of course he went to Egypt with Miss Lindsey Graham to get Morsi out of prison/ he then we to Syria to help fund the FSA “REBELS” I USE THAT TERM LOOSELY AS THEY HAVE BEEN RESPONSIBLE FOR MANY ATROCITIES. Then he wentt to Ukraine to cause problems.
    he should be forced to retire now for medical ressons

  • jime1

    Hallelujah !!!! A bit late but hallelujah !!!

  • Patrick Henry

    It is about time that the people are doing the RIGHT thing!!! McCain no longer wants to help American ciitizens!!!!

  • SandraJ

    Yippee! Hope that means he won’t be reelected if he runs again. Enough is enough!

    • S. Wicks Jr

      He is a traitor to the Republican party. He should switch parties and get even more chummy with obozo!

  • Lloydl333

    I am happy to see this. Spike Nesbitt spent time in Dog Patch with McCain and says McCain sold out other prisoners to get more rice.
    His performance in Washington has shown that he does sell out those who put their trust in him.

    Not a trustworthy man.

  • Eva St. Clair, NJ

    Gee, will this mean Lindsey Graham will break up with him?

  • Patriot41

    Too bad the Arizona republicans did not do this years ago. McCain has always been a maverick and one who is quick to deceive. He does have a lot of company in the Senate, which seems to embolden him to do as he pleases.

  • http://theawakenednation.ning.com/profile/KevinMKeener Snowman8wa

    Buhhhhh-bye! Thank you for playing…..we have some lovely parting gifts for you, 1+ Million illegal immigrants residing in your own State from your failures as Arizona’s Leading Senator…..Buhhh-bye!

    Take NOTE Nevada, New York, Washington and all the other States that insist on keeping septigenarians and older with failed policy points of view as national leaders……time for the Politbureau to GO!!!!!!!!!

    Semper Vigilo, Fortis, Paratus et Fidelis

  • Mac Boy

    YEAH!! – Bite the BIG one McCain !!!!!
    **** LOSER-RINO! ***

  • mack

    Hope he takes Little Lindsey and a few others with them.

  • Holly Word

    Vote this rhino out of office. He is not a conservative. He is synonymous with Democrat. Very liberal Republican. VOTE HIM OUT! VOTE HIM OUT! VOTE HIM OUT!

    • evelyn123456

      Yes, but don’t vote in a Democrat who will be even worse.
      We must have term limits for Congress because most are professional politicians, get rich on a modest salary and don’t represent “We the People” any more.
      We are acting more like a democracy than a republic as established by our Constitution — look it up.
      Congress will never vote for term limits for themselves so maybe it can be done through the States.

      • Holly Word

        You are so right. How do we the People get this term limit put on the ballot?

      • The_American_Way

        Not going to happen. The number one priority of politicians in both parties is to serve their own self interest. I can almost throw up when I hear someone calling them “public servants”. It’s like listening to Obama talk about “sacrifice and equality while he is on one of his multi-million dollar vacations. GAG me with a spoon!

      • evelyn123456

        I’m not sure of the best way to get term limits, but since I don’t believe Congress will vote themselves term limits, I was wondering if it could be done through the States.
        As we know, our federal government is “out of control.” Something needs to be done about many issues.

      • 1stcav

        it can be done by the state itself but it has to be a ballot measure , or people collecting signatures on a bill that they want that state to vote on ! they give you a time limit to get the paperwork done and it has to be done in the required time !

      • freedomringsforall

        Believe me I definitely agree with your sentiments but: are term limits for legislators in the Constitution?
        No didn’t think so.
        I love your sentiments but I think before we all start trying to obey the Constitution when and where we want to and not (or amend it) when we don’t want to; we should study intensely why our founders wrote the Declaration and Constitution the way they did.
        I believe that they had a very good understanding of the history of the world, the history of governance, and the history of conflict, and from that developed in contentious debate the most advanced form of governance the world has ever known.
        I believe that no one since then has changed that.
        Term limits is not the answer no matter how much we all would like to see that.
        It adds a dynamic to this experiment that does not confirm the Constitution.
        Actually if you want to change that dynamic without irreparably harming the Constitution and our, greatest ever, form of governance, the original concept of elected governance, by those who are successful and can afford to serve and protect then we will be getting some where (possibly no actual income pay for elected officials).
        Or another concept would be to tie the pay of our elected officials to the median income and then as the former idea (the scammers would be rarer) they would be shackled to the performance of the economy like the rest of us and they would need to make all boats rise for their personal income to also rise.
        There is no reason our legislators and other elected officials should be earning more (on average) than their bosses; us “We the people”.
        Also, if they could not directly be employed to lobby after serving that would be a good thing too.
        If the income is limited then the corruption incentives are limited.
        God blessed the founders.
        We should look to them first because they were so collectively brilliant that they convened the most incredible form of governance ever.
        In no philosophy emanating from this earth has there yet ever been a greater form of governance than what was formulated in this Republic.
        Long live this Republic!

      • evelyn123456

        Thank you for your thoughtful reply.
        In NO way was I suggesting that we ignore our “most incredible” Constitution — that’s what our dictator President does. Our constitution has been amended many times and most of them have been an improvement — thus we should consider carefully before we amend it.
        Our Congress was established as citizen representatives in which they were more in touch with “We thePeople”. Our founders created us as a republic (governed by the will of the people) but because they are professionals, our beloved country is acting more like a democracy (governed by the will of our representatives.) Look up the difference between a republic and a democracy.

    • Ohio4TEA

      it’s not too early to look for someone… a good conservative… to replace him in 2016.

      • Mary

        What ever became of JD. Hayworth, the tea party candidate?

  • bdcorvette

    Censure??? How about RETIRE?

    • Rattlerjake

      How about hang him with the rest of the anti-Constitution libturds, why pay for his retirement?

    • Mac Boy

      Salary of retired House/Senate …………..$174,000/yr FOR LIFE – (This is stupid!)

  • Ohio4TEA

    he’s had his time.
    and he makes a great case for term limits

  • FloridaBoyee

    I ONCE believed in McCain, especially him being a Nam POW and coming home and taking up a leadership role, but I think the “Hanoi Hilton” finally got to his mind and he should just go and retire. He does not represent the American Republican Party any longer.

    • S. Wicks Jr

      For years and years mcCain has been a closet demoncrap. He needs to GO! He probably should retire and roam the prairies….

    • Ralph Farmer

      It is shameful to me that McCain was a war hero and has somehow turned into a traitor to our country.

  • alio

    The Arizona RHINO (rino) has proven who he is and what he believes. Maybe we can send him to
    Africa to participate in that black rino hunt someone recently won.

  • johnj702

    What a bunch of Idiots! Sure, censure McCain, find someone who can beat him in a primary but couldn’t hold his lunch against a Democrat. I know how it works. In DE Palin & Demint came into DE took out Mike Castle and we wound up with Chris Coons in the US Senate because they never put anything else in to help that “candidate”, Christine Odonnell win what would have been a sure thing for Castle. Be careful what you wish for. Cutting off your nose to spite your face winds up hurting for a long time. The Rep. Party would have had 1 more Senator and the Dems, 1 less.

    • gutterfalcon

      Are you Drunk ?

      • brkdrvr

        Not saying I completely agree w/John but I live in DE an that’s exactly what happened . We needed to flush the RINO turd Castle and the establishment Republicans just abandoned the replacement O’Donnell. The Republicans could have won but unlike scumbag Dem’s they fell on their swords at the 1st sign of trouble. It’s terrible to lose a seat but at least you know to expect the worst from a socialist. McCain & Castle are basically professional pols & traitors by nature.

    • Fred_K

      He is already a Senator for the Dems. He obviously does not work for the conservatives.

  • paulyz

    VOTE OUT John McAmnesty, he isn’t Conservative and goes against Conservative Republicans all the time, publically insulting them. McAmnesty is a jerk.

    • 7papa7

      If I am not mistaken a solid tea party conservative ran against him the last time he ran and obviously lost. Why is it that people are so slow to learn. He has never ever been a conservative and never will be. He is right there with his buddy obama.

  • ARMYOF69

    ” VALUES”…what freaking values is the GOP talking about?
    The whole GOP lost all conservative values way back around Reagans’s days when they let 4 million illegal aliens into our country and made them citizens, without any qualifications.

  • The_American_Way

    Arizona Republican Party needs to kick RINO McCain to the curb.

    • 1stcav

      he has been censured by the state republican party !

  • farrightextreme

    Now if the people will just reject McCain as well.

  • rayhause

    It’s great that you guys are going after McCain, he sure needs it.

  • Jean Henri Laprime

    About time Arizona woke up! Let’s dump this RHINO!

  • HDMania

    They should do the same to Obummer , Holder , Hitlery..

    • libsarescum

      Those need to go o prison or the gallows.

  • ItalianScallion

    Its about time for that turncoat to retire any way Good bye RINO.

  • allessior

    McCain is a looney bird b-hole. He used the gullible people of Arizona once again, and now everyone in the nation is paying the price. People of Arizona, do you have your collective screws loose to dump such a trickster on top of your bretheren in the rest of the nation? Why oh why didn’t you learn your lesson? I mean, he is a certifiable NUT case! Yet you voted for him AGAIN! McCain thinks you are so stupid that he WILL run again, making commercials like “Close the dang border” and the same P-brains that voted for him the last 3 times will vote for him again. If McCain were just starting his career just out of college, and he had the same scrupples that he does now, his first interviewer would call the police because he is a certifiable WACK JOB!

    • 5live5

      how can a staunch pro American like Sheriff Joe Arapaio be threatened with removal from office yet a useless politician like McCain get reelected time and time again?? PEOPLE ARE STUPID!!

      • Mac Boy

        Steven Segal looks pretty good for Gov …………..
        He’s on Sheriff Joe’s Posse !!…………

      • 5live5

        IF he decides to run. too many variables in ALL states to be any sure things. A lot of people, myself didn’t think the people would be STUPID enough to vote for OHbummer a second time, yet through fraud and obots out in force they did!!

      • Mary

        The MSM got him re-elected.

      • 5live5

        Mary, Yes but it still gives proof to what I said. There are many stupid uninformed people out there!!

  • disqus_Ed8LYkU7q2

    Where’s McCain going to move to now?

    • gutterfalcon

      Cuba, Kenya, North Korea, California ?

      • Roger Long

        Please, not California. We’re trying to rid ourselves of the a**holes in office now.

      • gutterfalcon

        Sorry, it was kind of a joke because of feinstein and the rest of them.

      • Mac Boy

        “Moonbeam” & Company ………… ALL OF THEM !!!

    • 5live5

      Let him run to Canada like the dodgers did!!

  • Sharkman

    Took my words, he is Democrat, I was shocked that he was even elected again.

    • PhilByler

      John McCain ran for re-election to the U.S. Senate in November 2010 as a staunch conservative, and for two years in the U.S. Senate, his voting record was fairly conservative. But ever since Obama was re-elected in Nov ember 2012, McCain has been a left wing, pro-amnesty RINO who attacked real conservatives such as Ted Cruz and Mike Lee. It royally ticked off Arizona Republicans.

      • Incredulous_1

        His voting record was “fairly conservative” because his DemocRAT colleagues didn’t need his vote – they had a filibuster-proof majority. Better let him “play” the conservative until they needed him and his back-stabbing vote.

      • Mary

        A lot of them have turned turn-coat since Obama was elected. It’s like they vote to please him instead of party politics.

  • Fred_K

    This should have happened 5 years ago. Fire him from Congress. He is suffering from Stockholm Syndrome and needs psychological treatment at a Veterans Hospital. He is a danger to the public, and should be committed by force if necessary.

  • MIKE6080

    he could run with cristie

    • libsarescum

      Or Hillary

    • gutterfalcon

      Run….Away.

  • Pat Alexander

    So all of these years Johnny Confused McCain has been a democrat undercover!

    • MIKE6080

      they all meet in the bathhouse

  • http://yahoo.com/ peter kirk

    adios mcshame

  • scrambo

    he’s a commie plant…the brainwashing in hanoi worked….probably has a signed poster of hanoi jane in his closet…

    • 5live5

      Now THERE’S one that should do the world a favor and go base jumping without a chute!!

  • libsarescum

    About time!!

  • Hotnike

    About time. Now if you could only add Mitch McConnell and John Boehner to that list.

    • above god

      Don’t Leave Out McCain’s Butt Buddy Lindsey Graham.

      • Hotnike

        YES, SORRY!

    • 5live5

      Amen!!

  • ECDucy

    I always knew he was a RHINO & not a true American Patriot! Anyone can serve in the Military, but not everyone who does is a true Patriot!

  • above god

    The RINO McCain Can Retire To One Of His 3 (Or Is It 4) Houses And Play Video Poker Away From The Senate.

  • Fred_K

    The Republican party should not allow him to run as a Republican. If he runs again, let him find a party that agrees with his politics.

  • Drosack

    Somebody kick his ass.

  • libsarescum

    Don’t forget split lip Flake, he voted for amnesty too.

  • shearwater

    Good . . . McCain is a pariah and rides on his hero status as a POW. The issues are too great to have a maverick accountable to no one.

    • Ricarrdo estavans

      Maverick? He has been a jerk off from day one. A navy brat punk who almost sunk an air craft carrier by wet staring his fighter jet and causing an explosion that killed many sailors.

  • Dave Phelps

    McCaine has outlived his usefulness, and should serve the american people by going away

    • Jim Horn

      I could not have states this better. Thanks, Dave.

    • Ricarrdo estavans

      What usefulness? You meant ( I hope) uselessness.

  • A_patriot

    It’s about time his constitguents woke up. God bless them, all.

    • 5live5

      With all the obots that voted for OHbummer, it wouldn’t surprise me if he ran and won again!! PEOPLE NEVER LEARN!!

      • Mac Boy

        ********** ARIZONA !! – Wake Up !!! *****************

      • 5live5

        Yeah, ARIZONA!! the same state that had Sheriff Joe Arapaio in danger of removal from office!! check out his web site!

  • CCblogging

    John McRino’s career is dead. Close the casket!

  • WW

    Amen! It’s about time!

  • bowtonoone2

    The day McCain threw Palin under the bus (VP runner) is the day McCain lost this voter. On a battlefield, I’d want McCain in FRONT of me!

    • CCblogging

      and unarmed too

    • Upaces

      Exactly! She was the one who wanted the investigation because THEY DID WIN. He wimped out.

    • livefreeordiehard

      Friendly fire.

    • 5live5

      EXACTLY!!

  • MeganColorado

    When I was watching the primary debates for those Republicans seeking the nomination, I decided that the only rep I couldn’t vote for was McCain. I did not vote for Obama (little did I know how awful he would turn out to be), but I could not vote for McCain. He needs to retire he is too engrained in Washington politics to have vision and integrity.

    • Conrad Gabbard

      My bumper sticker still says: “Don’t Blame Me, I Voted for Palin.” Without her, McCain would have been beaten worse than any major Party candidate in American history. Electing Obama/Biden left us with dumb and dumber: no real option; a McCain/Palin win, however, only presented one obstacle to good government and a return to righteous American pride.

  • Ricarrdo estavans

    McCain must have been brainwashed while in captivity. He does not belong in a position of power. Besides he is a punk Navy brat who almost sunk an air craft carrier by wet starting a fighter jet and causing deaths of other military personnel and millions in damage. I feel that being tortured in North Vietnam was payback for his crimes. He should never have been rewarded with a senatorial position.

    • livefreeordiehard

      Brainwashed? No he cried like a little be-ach and made propganda films for the enemy. They didn’t even have to torture him – he rolled over the minute they captured him.

      • Conrad Gabbard

        But McCain said he collaborated “for medicine.” Don’t know what I might have done under those circumstances, so I won’t judge his collaboration, but I will condemn him for still collaborating with everything against what our nation stands for! He apparently has not been treated for the Stockholm Syndrome.

      • SofiesVoice

        Well, looks like still rolling over….now to another enemy – the democrats. Is that all he knows to do? Probably, since he was a spoiled military kid.

  • Upaces

    So? What happens now if he is censured?

    • Ricarrdo estavans

      Nothing. He will become even more vindictive to the repubican party.

      • Upaces

        Well, hell! I thought an actual “action” might be taken against him… like “replacement to his position” or something!

      • retiredbobinFla.

        We could only hope for that!!!

      • 5live5

        retired, we couldn’t get that lucky!

    • retiredbobinFla.

      the same thing that happened to “A/G Holder, when he was censured—– nothing!!!

  • ort

    McCain is a d-bag. Always has been, always will be. He should have died in battle, so we would be spared his hypocrisy, ignorance, lies, and socialist leanings.

  • Ricarrdo estavans

    McCain caused the death of many good sailors when he caused an explosion on an air craft carrier.

    • Troy Berkely

      His father caused a lot of deaths too, by participating in covert false flag operations with the Israelis. Seems like the apple does not fall far from the tree!

  • Ricarrdo estavans

    Remember the USS Forrestal 1967. Off the coast of Vietnam it has been alleged and confirmed that McCain wet started a fighter jet. A huge fireball was exhausted from his jet from the excess fuel. This caused bombs to be ignited killing 134 and injuring 160. Millions in damage also. This piece of schit should have been court marshaled. But daddy who was an admiral covered his crime up.

  • Conrad Gabbard

    How long will he stay married if his wife has to put up with him? He met and claims to know the Syrian “rebels” and supports their cause, but a nun, Syrian Sister Hatune Dogan, told WorldNetDaily’s Jerome Corsi that members of the Free Syrian Army are draining and bottling the blood of beheaded Christians and selling it for profit. Seems rich Muslims get off washing their hands in Christian martyr’s blood.

    • Mary

      Christians are suffering greatly under these new regimes. If you go to some of those middle east blogs the crimes against them are atrocious. Beheadings, being burned alive, forced to surrender their faith, etc. Many low information voters who only watch the MSM and aren’t internet active, don’t know the half of it.

  • onlyvato

    John Mc deadbrain was brain dead ever since he left the Hanoi Hilton! He reminded me of the old perverted bumbling uncle in the family of the politicians & they are just one hair away from being John Mc braindead.

    • livefreeordiehard

      Hanoi Hilton, where he whimpered and cried before he was touched and made propoganda films for the enemy. This censure should ban him from running for anything, even dog catcher.

      • 5live5

        While I think Mccain is worthless as a politician, you statement is useless as well. Have you ever seen him lift his arms above his head?? No, you haven’t as he can’t from his arms being pulled from their socket. Tell you what, have somebody tie your elbows together behind your back, then tie a rope to your hands and lift you off your feet and let you hang there for just 15 minutes and MAYBE you can comment on that with some modicum of knowledge!

      • Mac Boy

        SO?? Tell that story to the Sailors he KILLED on the Forrestal …..
        .. Who gives a crap about his arms???

      • 5live5

        Can you prove he did that on purpose? Were you there? somehow I doubt that. It is, however in official records that he was tortured. Have you ever been in that position? Again, somehow I don’t believe so.

      • GoldenRudy

        Do a search and see some of the video histories regarding McCains time as a POW. Enlightening. He and John Kerry are close friends for several reasons, one being Vietnam.

      • 5live5

        I hate to burst your bubble, but they didn’t know each other in RVN. Their “friendship” is one formed from screwing the people in politics! john Kerry is a coward that would sell his brother for a little notoriety. yeah, he threw his medals over the white house wall. He was ashamed of the fact that he put himself in for them!!

      • Mac Boy

        He’s Jane Fonda – with suit & tie ………….

    • Rattlerjake

      He’s just like colin powell, they elicit votes from republicans to get into office, but once in Washington they are libturds.

  • Eldjr

    Excellent Step One.

    Step Two.. RECALL.

    Do it NOW.

    • mdhawthorne

      You can’t recall a sitting Federal Senator. Check the law.

      • Eldjr

        Hmph. Need a change in the law, then?

      • mdhawthorne

        I would certainly vote for it. At the very least it would remind the politician that he works for the People, not the other way around.

  • Injun Trouble

    Can anybody tell me why McCain NEVER demanded that Obama be VETTED before running against him ???

    • livefreeordiehard

      Because he was in on the fix from the start.

      • Troy Berkely

        Exactly! Why else would he choose Palin as his running mate? No offense to Palin, I love her, but she was the wrong choice, especially when Rob Portman was available and a better choice!

      • Lon M. Dugan

        I totally disagree. Palin took on her own party in Alaska, breathed life into McCain’s campaign and I would support her again if she ran for Senate, or for President. Rob Portman is and was a nobody! Don’t hear his name mentioned in the pool of presidential candidates!

    • Lon M. Dugan

      If you remember McCain wanted to run the campaign as thought it was under the Marcus of Queensbury rules. HE never wanted to fight back, and until Sarah Palin joined him, his campaign was DEAD. One could question the accuracy of the straw polls and of each states votes. It was as though everyone withdrew from the race to give him the victory. IF they had not withdrawn, he would never have gotten the endorsement! I personally voted for him while using a closepin on my nose, and hoped that if elected he would pass on quickly so Palin would be president>

  • 5live5

    LOOOOONNG over due!!!

  • Coffee49

    Now about 50 other pubs need to be treated with the contempt they deserve, if we can replace these rich dinosaurs with some normal constitutionalists then the dems would fall by themselves

    • retiredbobinFla.

      Exactly—-we could only wish !!!

  • retiredbobinFla.

    Perfect example of why we need “Term Limits”—————–he, like Boxer/Pelosi/Reid/etc.———their constituents continue to vote the bas*ards back in office, and they are the problem, “not” the solution !!!

    • Troy Berkely

      Totally agree with on this Bob! All I can say is, it’s about freaking time!

  • retroranger

    Past time for the old RINO to go.

  • Bass_Boat_Bill

    Some military strategist’s have declared that the most dangerous place in the world is that piece of ground that lies between John McCain and the nearest TV camera..

    • ste1021

      Surprised he and Schumer haven’t had more collisions trying to see who can get in front of the camera first.

  • Take 2

    The confusion is PROGRESSIVE dogmatic(s) are acting out in both parties. So, what do we do is be aware of their real track record.

  • robert

    we have censured {my pain},since the Vietnam war.{my pain} has never demanded ovomit/satan be vetted,because he is in with the ineligible treasonous war crimes,racist muslum brotherhood lover himself.part of the treasonous administration.

  • underthewire

    All pooped out. He has found it much easier to just lie down and collect is paycheck.

  • CCblogging

    Obama may give John a cabinet job on his sinking ship. Bon Voyage John Boy!

  • Haymster

    Mc Lame Sucks!

  • VERN

    About Time, We can only hope this is contagious !

    • http://wahrheitmacher.blogspot.com/ Most Rev. Gregori

      DITTO THAT!

  • HWayneS

    I can not understand how he has continued to be re-elected. He along with Grahm and Rove have done mote to destroy the Republican Party than the democrats could have ever hoped for.

  • Bruce Lee

    For too long the GOP has been sociaIist and the Democrats Commy, there is a time to create two different parties, not move more and more toward Marxism.

    • Bob

      Coke and Pepsi don’t care what you drink, as long as it is Coke or Pepsi, and politicians don’t care who you vote for as long as it is communist or socialist.

    • Mac Boy

      **** THE TEA PARTY!! ********

  • alltooclear

    FINALLY. !!! Way to go Maricopa Reps. !!! All Reps should follow in your footsteps if they want to save the party … for as of right now … millions are ashamed to call themselves Republicans due to their self serving inaction !!! The term RINO is much to kind for the lack of empathy and backbone put forth on behalf of the American people …

  • TPM

    They should throw McCain out of the GOP. Cut his GOP funding and draw mustaches on his campaign posters.

  • Dempsey Coleman

    I most certainly hope the Arizona Republicans get McCain to
    go home quietly. For over the last few decades he has mostly
    followed in Brother Joe Biden’s foot steps like two peas in an old
    pea pod along with that Collins and what’s the other Woman’s name
    They all need to Retire or get someone to RUN AGANST THEM!!!!!

  • Bo_Kassa

    You know for a man who gave so much to this country in war time, Sen McCain has truly disappointed me and has for the past eight to ten years been a total sell-out. I nearly (but not quite) regret the vote I cast for him in 2008 based solely upon the fact that obama is a communist and I feared obama would ruin this nation. Time is proving my assumptions to all be true.

    • FlamingFury

      A lot of us were in that same boat, Kassa (I hate addressing you by the name of Barry’s dog). I blame the traitorous RINOs of the RNC for putting us in that untenable position.

  • Discusted

    McCain is a perfect reason for TERM LIMITS … he has been in DC for way too many years !
    There are too many exactly like him on both sides ! Just don’t vote for any incumbent unless it is a true Republican !

    • Mac Boy

      2014 = NO Incumbents, NO Dems, No RINO’s !!!!!!!!!!!

      • Clint

        I believe that is the only way they will get the message.

    • Veteranasm

      No, only if they are conservative , R doesn’t mean they are …

  • Oliver

    Arizona needs to fire RINO McCain and Texas needs to fire RINO Cornyn

    • Graywolf12

      We in Texas will give it a good try.

      • Veteranasm

        We will succeed in his removal !!

      • Ralph Farmer

        Amen to that.

      • Ewade

        Dump Pete Sessions. he is on the committee that is keeping the IRS from being investigated.

    • ste1021

      Arizona, get rid of Flake while you’re at it.

    • Phillip_in_TX

      We are working on showing Cornyn the “exit door.”

      • 1stcav

        if there is anybody who is running against cornyn ! who is it ?

      • Phillip_in_TX

        Yes, Steve Stockman filed his paperwork just before the deadline.

      • 1stcav

        who is he ? can you send me some imformation in your own words !

      • Phillip_in_TX

        There are several others also running. Curt Cleaver, Ken Cope, Chris Mapp, Reid Reasor, Dwayne Stovall, and Linda Vega.

        Steve has been in Congress twice. He gave up his seat to run for Senate. He is definitely “unique.” The battery is low on my phone, have to turn it off.

      • Phillip_in_TX

        Steve Stockman.

      • Phillip_in_TX

        Steve Stockman.

      • Phillip_in_TX

        There are several people running. Hopefully you got the names I sent you. My phone was almost out of battery so I had to turn it off. The names I gave you can “Primary” Cornyn. He looses in the primary, he’s done. There were about 4 or 5 running on the Democrat ticket.

    • 1stcav

      you’re right ! i am a texan , but as far as i know there are no more republicans running against him , so he has free reign ! unfortunately !

    • Phillip_in_TX

      Steve Stockman is running against Cornyn.

  • howler1968

    Change starts at home…………

  • Arcturus6

    McCain, his war record notwithstanding, has been in office too long. However, the same can certainly be said for Harry Reid and probably 70 percent of the Democrats now serving in Congress along with about 40 percent of Republicans. It would appear that Term Limits is the only reasonable cure for this malady. The Senate has become nothing but a group of Obama lapdogs for the most part, each one panting, snarling and fighting to see who can kiss his butt first. Reid for all practical purposes has become a dangerous martinet downing in a lust of histronics and thirst for some perverted sense of glory. He reminds me of one of Caligula’s henchmen.

    • FlamingFury

      Very well put, Arcturus!

      Mark Levin, in his latest book, calls for term limits for Congress (and the Supreme Court). He also recommends several approaches for the PEOPLE to countermand bills enacted by Congress that are bad for us or decisions by the Supreme Court.

    • Phillip_in_TX

      Repealing the 17th Amendment and having the States appoint their Senators again would solve the problem. Senators are supposed to represent the States in Washington DC. Had the States been represented, we would not be going through a lot of the crap we are now, including “Obamacare.”

  • kimwal

    The term RINO was invented for McCain. He is a whining self centered weirdo. Arizona has never benefitted from his tenure. He is pro illegal immigration and not a loyal Arizonan. . He is a Washington
    insider who uses his position for personal fame and gain. TERM LIMITS Please. Get him out for a peoples representative.

  • Carol Dorne

    About time. John

  • MoDeVille

    Later Little Johnny.

    • Clint

      That should be a rock song title from the 50’s. I think I just gave away my approximate age. ;<)

  • SIRWIZARD

    There for awhile, I was concerned about the mental health of Arizona. My concern was, fortunately, ill founded. Welcome back, Arizona. Mr. McCain, Sayonara.

    • sc

      not sayonara, it’s adios in Arizona.

      • Phillip_in_TX

        As long as he GOES, any word meaning “good bye” or better yet “good riddance” will work! ; )

  • bob machaffy

    it’s been a long time in coming and long past due

  • rmwayne

    It’s about time they censure him. I never understood his popularity anyway. He’s the epitome of a RINO and when he refused to even campaign against Obama in 2008, the fact that he was a RINO became more obvious than ever.

    • Laura From Arizona

      I believe his “popularity” is just marketing and the real problem is that we are bullied into not opposing him. I mean, who wants to be the “meanie” who censures or calls out a “bona fide Viet Nam prisoner of war hero”?

      • sc

        he may have been a POW but he is not a hero by any definition.

  • Kaywhever

    He has lost his mind !

    • MikeInMaine

      He never had one. Where have you been? He only had his chest sticking out his entire life, and nobody ever called him on it. (spoiled rotten)

  • paulrph1

    Hear! Hear!

  • billconner

    Progressives Hillary and John socialist lite

  • SickofPoliticks

    Not that it will make much difference, but at least it’s on record!!

  • toomuchsense

    Why the national republican party is getting nothing from me. No more calls, no more signs, no more transporting voters, no more money, no respect. But I have lots of disgust for the national republican leadership. Oh, did I leave out. No more votes for slimey, dispectable, lying, dishonest rino republicans.

    • FlamingFury

      I hold an elective office in the party, but when they call me for money, I have a standard response: I will give NO money to “the party” but only to local candidates whom I can get to know personally and whose platforms and positions meet with my approval. Third parties just don’t get traction, so my best efforts have to be to change the party from within—but this is my way of dealing with it.

      As for “Songbird” McCain (that was his nickname in the Hanoi Hilton–one guess why), I’ve NEVER cared for him, and his final departure is long overdue! Kudos to the Maricopa GOP!!!!

  • Veteranasm

    Gosh, they just figured it out !!!
    Most people knew about 3 elections ago …

  • Pclages

    About time !!

  • l penn

    john is a RINO, a Disgrace to the GOP!!

    • ricbee

      Actually he fits right in with most of the GOOP.

      • jimoaklanduniv

        Yes if you mean GOOP= the RINOS! They are too much like ole barry and the LIB DEMS whose apt description would be a P instead of a G, along with all DEMS RINOS and the Morons who put ole barry in office TWICE!!! DUH!!

  • DJ

    Get rid of the bum!

  • usluv

    Good for them. Lets all join the clean up

  • Willie Dowg

    I just hope this catches on elsewhere and recalls evolve from them all. RINOs have been given free-reign for far too long. Wake up, AmeriKa!

  • dnav

    It’s about darn frikken time.

    • AmericaAwakens

      As an Arizonian, I am finally proud of my state’s Republicans/Conservatives for calling that wussy out! Our letters had to have helped. Rattle cages, send weekly emails expressing your disgust for your representatives votes and actions! McShame is dust in this state!

  • Paul Brown

    I don’t believe that Mc Cain is going to run again for the senate because he knows he will not in this time. His rein as a RINO now is over.

    • Laura From Arizona

      If he does run, we must not vote him in again.

    • ricbee

      I think you’re right,he may have a smidgen of morality left.

      • sc

        hay those POW’s in Nam didn’t call him “Songbird” for nothing. you figure it out. can you spell “Squealer”

      • Phillip_in_TX

        We shall see.

      • MikeInMaine

        smidgeon? You better have a GIGANTIC magnifying glass if you think you can find it. You watch; he has no shame, only narcissism right to the brim – and he’ll run AGAIN to prove it. Write that down.

      • ricbee

        I try to think there is some good in everyone,even the worst of us.

  • 2Shadow2

    Thank you Arizona. Let us hope your example will be followed by others.

  • MikeW

    I hope our Gila County Republican leadership will do the same!

  • Laura From Arizona

    I believe that McCain feels his time in a Viet Nam POW prison gives him the exalted status to do whatever he wants and thumb his nose at all Americans. He is a disgrace.

    • Neal Avery

      Perhaps he was re-educated, brain washed, at the prison camp. He acts like the Manchurian Candidate.

    • MikeInMaine

      It started in his childhood. Daddy and grand-daddy were both Admirals. little johnnie became a snot-nose, arrogant @$$ in his youth. He’s ALWAYS been a disgraceful jack@$$.

  • jong

    Wonderful. There is a GOD and the Tea Party despite Mclame and those like him is alive and well . And kicking back.

  • tarbella

    I feel so saddened that something has gone wrong here with McCain. I’ve wondered for quit a while now. I too was hoping he would turn around and see what he has been doing, but i guess he just doesn’t see.

    • sc

      he never has, the only reason that he joined the rep. party was because Arizona is mostly a republican state,

      • tarbella

        Perhaps so. But, I can’t seem to get my head wrapped around the fact he was in a prison camp, being tortured, etc for our country and now seems to turn on it it.

      • Sandy129

        There has been some expose on his not being tortured because his dad’s rank allowed him to prevent any episodes of uncomfortableness. Apparently, from what I read he is another Jane Fonda. That would explain why he just didn’t ever “get it.”

      • MikeInMaine

        NO. It had nothing to do with his daddies rank. He gave the enemy info = they didn’t torture. So our many other pilots flying missions over VN were killed. Real patriot, huh?

      • Sandy129

        Yes according to Veterans Today investigation personnel.

      • MikeInMaine

        As I said above; he sang like a song bird – so he wasn’t tortured.

    • Phillip_in_TX

      The only “turn around” he’s done is when he turned his back on the people who voted for him.

      Personally, I would like to see the 17th Amendment repealed, and have the States appoint their Senators again. The Senators are supposed to represent the States interest in Washington DC.

      • Sandy129

        Big AMEN Phillip!!

    • paintinc56

      He has been this way his entire life, his beyond brain dead wife & daughter are the same. You don’t suddenly change your belief system after 60 years, maybe when he is on his death bed but not as long as he holds power in our government.

    • MikeInMaine

      Come ON, people!! THINK!!! He knows EXACTLY what he’s been doing since the beginning!! He is the furthest thing from a conservative!! He only lied come election cycle because it is a republican voting area. Same in the district that the piece of sh_t collins comes from in Maine. Land area-wise, (spread out across HUGE counties) Maine is VERY conservative. The cities are far, far more populous, and are loaded with radical leftists/queers/enviro-whack-nuts and other morons/ poor people pumping out babies for federal money, etc.. And they vote these freak libs in repeatedly. collins is just like mcshame; a despicable professional politician playing her SUBJECTS.

  • Pendy1

    “Wacko birds” 1, McCain (of McCain-Feingold fame) nil

    • MikeInMaine

      Post of the week!!! +10 for you (if I could)

  • katjan68

    So what are they going to do to him, a slap on the wrist, stand in a corner, what? McCain has never voted with Republicans and he has been in the Senate how long? Give me a break, the Republican powers that be are waking up to the fact that “THE people” are no longer willing to stand for business as usual. He is a Republican only because he lives in a Republican state and wouldn’t get elected otherwise.

    • MikeW

      Make sure your county Rep Party gives money only to those who oppose him in the Primary.

  • Bob2002

    There are literally millions of Americans who now wish they had not voted for McCain because he is showing he is really a Democrat. He calls himself a Republican, but we all know he is a RINO (Republican in name only). We need to purge RINOs like Collins, Ayotte, Alexander, Graham, McCain, Ryan, Cantor, and all the others who support this Administration’s goals; especially ObamaCare.

    • Phillip_in_TX

      They don’t have an “administration.” They have an “infestation.”

  • Tonto

    Finally, republicans are beginning to react to the democrat wing in the GOP. I’d say it was about time, but I really think the GOP has allowed too many of these turncoats, like McCain, support leftist, socialist progressive views. McCain’s actions have been riling me up for quite some time now.

    • Phillip_in_TX

      It is long past time for McCain to ride off into the sunset. Now, it is time to hit the “eject button.”

  • DAY8293A

    How about a recall vote??? Can they do one?? I will donate, and I don’t even live in Arizona…

    • Phillip_in_TX

      I will be more than happy to do the same!

  • mark

    Good for the citizens in Arizona!!! They are setting a great example for the future Republican’s!!!

  • Arvil Bankston

    McCain is not the only one the people of Arizona has voted in to office !! FLAKE is another RINO the people of Arizona voted in.

  • http://disqus.com Peter Mullen

    I have no sympathy for Arizonans who had the chance to put this relic to pasture but instead voted his sorry ass back in. The country and the world suffer, not just Arizona.

    • kibitzer3

      Something none of us knows is how much of this sort of thing is due to the fatally corrupted voting system. The lib Dems could have figured that it was in their best interests to keep him in there, instead of taking a chance that the Repubs might nominate a true conservative, and get him/her into the office, especially with all the backlash in that State to the illegal immigrant issue.

      Another reason why we simply MUST clean up the voting process, before we have another tainted election, which isn’t showing the TRUE will of the people.

      • MOE

        You said ‘FATALLY’ corrupted voting system, which I believe it is, Obama CHEATED into office, which people generally seem to realize. Given the corrupt cheated-in government we now have in place, what I can’t understand is HOW the voting system is going to be cleaned up for the next election for preventing dishonest-to-the-core liberals from handing the country another tainted election as happened before. The same people who were in charge then are evidently still in charge and will continue to be it appears — no qualms whatever about doing the very same thing again. Unless a person is extremely naive, you just know already that what 2016 will bring is either a declaration of martial law and Obama as the Supreme Dictator forever, or, if an election really is held, the next cheated-in Democrat candidate.

  • pupster40

    What took so long? The rest of the Country knew he was out for self for years. Goodbye Mr. progressive.

  • pupster40

    Very slow to wake up to the obvious, he never was a conservative nor held the values.

  • M. Fazio

    It’s about TIME! McCain is not only an embarrassment to Arizona, but the United States as well. Get rid of him!!!

    • Tallfritz

      As I have been saying for months: I will never vote for McCain again… However, I would find it nearly impossible to vote for a competing Democrat…

      • M. Fazio

        I enjoyed your reply a lot and I AGREE you all the way. But if I remember, There was a Republican run off before the election. McCain either paid for the WIN or there were too many Democrats (aka, New Socialist Party, which is a watered down word for COMMUNIST) who Registered as Republicans who voted for McCain. The “Gentleman” who ran against McCain almost came out on top. McCain Campaign was good but it was the BIGGEST LIE I ever seen. He was on TV, Standing in with the BORDER FENCE BEHIND HIM, and Promised to SECURE the BORDER and “FINISH” building the fence!!! Stop ALL ILLEGAL Crossings and PROSECUTE every ILLEGAL.

        As I always said, 99.9% of ALL POLITICIANS get the Campaign AMNESIA when they get inside the Washington BELTWAY. “I said, WHAT?” McCain was always known as the “MAVERICK” in the GOP. He could NEVER be TRUSTED to VOTE the Conservative Way.

  • RoseBrownlee

    McCain,has really surprised me,he was a good service man,but he has completely failed America in the last years and so happy that Arizona will put him out to pasture so he can’t hurt our country again.

  • Jeff Horton

    Thank God how come it took so long to figure out.

  • MontieR

    ABOUT FLOCKING TIME, YOU BUNCH OF IDIOTS.

  • paintinc56

    Which makes you wonder why he was given millions to run a massive smear campaign against his opponent last election & even after betraying his constituents continually was voted back in, AGAIN.

    • MikeInMaine

      You’re not serious, right? The gop is filthy, and gave him all the support he ever needed to win – as he voted with the RINO majority (of the leadership which hi-jacked our party after Reagan left office). Are there still people who don’t know this stuff??????

    • Mary

      He was able to raise big money to get back in. That’s what saved him.

  • Judith Hughes

    I knew that when he ran for President. He got my vote then because I love Sarah Palin.

  • GQ4U

    I voted for him 2008 because he wasn’t Barack Obama. Its time to reject the GOP leadership and bring in our own statesman who will respect and UPHOLD the U.S. Constitution.

    • MikeInMaine

      I voted for Sarah.

      • GQ4U

        Sarah made McCain less objectionable but he was at the top of the ticket.

  • poppygene

    As a former 20 year resident in Arizona, I have e/mailed Mr McCain 4-5 times in the last 19 months,with most of the focus on the Treason perpetrated in Benghazi, by Hillary Clinton, and Barrack Hussein Obama. The questions-What was the supposed purpose of this compund, we know that at one point, there were over 70 people there,(“PAPERWORK”).linguistics, etc??? Why did Obama, and Clinton give guns, rockets, weapons, cash, and more to The Muslim Brotherhood, Al-Qaeda, and others, (OUR ENEMIES), to overthrow legitimate governments, in Libya, Egypt, Syria, . Was security removed even after an 18 foot hole was blown out, in the fence wall, to purposely leave those still there defenseless,(dead men tell no tales) Look at what went on there since inception, not just recently. There was much more to Amb Stevens, and Mr Smith’s deaths, far darker than made public, (THANK GOD) it was not given to the press. Even if it had been, mainstream media would have hid it, and protected Obama. Woods, and Doherty died saving over 30 dispicable slime, who are hiding behind CIA Director, and Muslim convert, John ( ” I have never seen anything as beautiful as Islam”) Brennan. McCain, while answering 2 e/mails about him selling out to the Democrats, never answered any abouit Benghazi. So as I have stated to him, he must be complicit Some congressmen were briefed on this operation before it started, and since, so far I have received no answer from McCain, Wyden, Merkely, Reid, Schumer,Nadler, and others. Democrats, however are much worse than even McCain; no matter how disgraceful, underhanded, and nasty their actions are, Stephanie Cutter, and the rest of the Whitehouse assasination team puts out the spin, and every single one of them follows religously, even if it is an openly obvious lie.

    • Mary

      I think since the Arab Spring happened we are worse off. Yes, some of these regimes were corrupt but they kept the people in check. Now we’re seeing them replaced with something worse than was already there and the muslims are slaughtering the Christians. Besides the whole middle east is in turmoil.

  • Busdriver Bill

    Are we sure that his real name isn’t McCann, and that he’s not legally in the US, but rather an illegal Irish immigrant?
    All that aside, he’s certainly a candidate for the looney bin.

  • joepotato

    The next thing they need to do is Recall Juan McShame…

  • Herman L. McCloud

    I was raised in a democratic family and grew up with the democratic point of view, but over the
    years, I saw such a change in the democratic system that I could no longer support their manner
    of political reasoning and doctrines and switched to the republican party which I can, did, and will
    continue to support because I can identify with and; for the most part, agree with the republican
    party, However be that as it may, I have a hard time responding to John McCain and his political
    ideologies of government, In my opinion, I respect McCain’s military contribution of service and
    his hardships as a “p.o.w” which has profiled John McCain as a national hero which I do respect
    and appreciate, but even so, I just don’t think that he has the experience, political knowledge and communication values to act as an ambassador or representative to a foreign land and under
    those circumstances I believe John McCain would be a negative challenge to the supreme office
    as the President of the United States of America. My main concern is why can’t we, “The republican
    party” come up with several competitive representatives to run for office, instead of stacking all the
    chip’s to one choice, which I’ve noticed a changing effect in our policies from a voting method of
    choice to a favorite “push down your throat” method. What the he-l has happen to our Integrities
    and dignities of our City, State and Government offices which has been over powered by lie’s,
    Intimidations and treacheries. Will we ever recover our government and restore our faith in the
    politicians which we vote into office.? Not with an administration which we have now which is
    directing their goals to a socialistic and communistic form of government, run by government
    and state and the people have no political say, all laws are enforced by the military and governed
    by a dictator. What’s next. ?

    • Mary

      My family were strong democrats too. And I switched for the same reasons. My grandparents died in the early 2000’s but I can remember them telling me they suspected the democrat party was being taken over by communists. Now that I understand what is going on, I would NEVER vote democrat again, the rest of my life.

    • sandman

      With the way the liberal media treats any republican running for nation or local office, is it any wonder the best and brightest shy away? no one is perfect but when the lib/media gets ahold of you there are things they “find out” you had no idea of and have no way of fighting, cause they tell the lies so often and the low-info voters all think they know better. No it is not so much the party as the liberal machine.

  • singer23

    I didn’t vote for McCain, I only voted because I didn’t want Obama elected President, if Sarah Palin wasn’t on the ticket, I more than likely, wouldn’t have voted at all! When Sarah wanted to go after Obama’s radical background, McCain and his backers stopped her, Why? I got the impression, he was, “In The Tank,” for Obama! If anyone think’s differently, just listen to his, wife and daughter, they spew the, “Progressive Line,” every time they open their mouths! McCain wasn’t the, hero of, the Hanoi Hilton,the man who ran with Ross Perot was, James Stockdale, he never broke! McCain has outlived his, “Hero Status!”

  • Michaellaborde

    Now, they had better watch for democrats rigging the next election in favor of their Marxist canidates.

  • elton123

    It’s about time and Thank You!!

  • Ann Rand

    Maybe he meant well in the beginning, but those days are long since over…. Go home John McShame….. Nobody likes or trusts you any more…. You have over stayed your welcome.

    • Sleeping Bear

      He is a turncoat like Graham and McConnell.

    • Adora Sala

      I agree with youl

      • Ann Rand

        Thanks… I am not trying to be mean, but there just comes a time when people need to turn the reins over the younger folk….Especially when their decisions affect the country.

    • texasgoat

      Remember when he couldn’t remember how many homes he had?

    • chief1937

      Boehner should join him also. He has proven to be a hidden Democrat from the things he does. John did a lot for our country and for that we say a hardy Thank You however your voting record no longer represents the American people.

      • TLady62

        And Paul Ryan, too. Enough is enough.

    • cheytewa

      I’ve known him since I campaigned for him at ASU in 1983 and I don’t think he meant well even then! It was an eye-opening experience but I’ve never been able to convince other Arizonans – they always say, “But oooooh, he’s a WAR HERO!!” Unfortunately that doesn’t necessarily mean conservative and in his case it never did.

      • Ann Rand

        He did nobody any favors in 2008 except ovomit…. what he did to Sarah Palin is a shame…. He basically threw her to the wolves..

  • Mort Leith

    Good !!

    We need to start doing this to ALL RINOs in the country

    • LAPhil

      Like Chris Christie for starters.

      • TLady62

        YES!!! Stop him before he gets started.

      • Ann Rand

        Maybe his crew has put the brakes on him for good….LOL

      • TLady62

        Let’s hope so. I’ve had my fill of the GOP Establishment.

      • Ann Rand

        The only thing I can add to that is that I have had my fill of dimocrats, too.They are all prostitutes.

      • TLady62

        Indeed they are. All selfish and greedy.

  • Sleeping Bear

    Thank you Arizona. I was afraid I may vote democrat had McCain ran again.

  • JUNE

    Not only McCain should go home–for good, but, just look at how MANY others in Congress who have been there FOREVER!!! Enough already!!! We need to sweep Congress AND OUR White House CLEAN!!! This obama character is absolutely NO BETTER!!!—CORRUPTION FROM TOP TO BOTTOM!!! WE MUST CLEAN HOUSE, OR THE WORLD IS JUST GOING TO COUNT US AS A WORTHLESS, NOTHING COUNTRY!!! WAKE UP AMERICA!!!

  • red55bird

    Time is running out on us America, you know the nation who believes in God and country and freedom for all. Now the Republican elites have declare war on Conservative Republican members, backed by the Chamber of Commence with $ 50 million dollars to destroy the Conservative base in Washington D.C. Men like McCain and Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham all who face being voted out this coming Nov elections and 2016, have big business support to change what was ounce a Conservative party to a moderate party. In the last two Presidential elections the Republican elites gave they’re blessing to two men who were nothing more then moderates, knowing full well they could not get the support of the true Conservatives in America to win the White House from a man who is the worst President this nation has ever had period. This move going on now will be FATAL to what was ounce a Conservative party of the American people. Allen West is going around the Nation asking Conservatives, do you think it’s time for a third party, like a Constitutional party to run against both party’s in Washington and a question that would have been laughable 30 years ago is now more then ever may very well be our salvation to big Government in Washington. Yes the future is dark and full of danger for our Republic, for those men and women who say they stand for Conservatism now want us to vote them back into office to spend this nation into bankruptcy.

    • alio

      Many, as with myself are getting FED-UP with the RINO party, I don’t see them as
      being viable any longer. Dudes like mccain who were give a pass for everything,
      because he was a “war hero” but was really a flaming RINO

      .

    • Marianne_in_NJ

      Good post! As an aside: Conservative business owners should quit membership with the Chamber of Commerce (I did 4 years ago). This RINO-backing organization does little to nothing to impact sales and profit margins. C of C is a sham, which undermines its membership, just like AARP.

  • Wade McKay

    What took them so long to take this action?
    Should have been done years ago.

    • ricbee

      Before that nomination for President.

  • gbandy

    I like McCain. However everything and everyone has a timeline to live by and John has reached his time to retire with dignity. He now is the epitome of a career politician and has been in office too long. It is time for him to retire and let his job go to someone more in the real “know” of what is going on. Term Limits?

  • Shane

    McCain has been a big supporter of a mass amnesty for illegal aliens for years. I hope that he does not run again.

    • GoldenRudy

      That alone and the immediate destruction of the state of AZ should prompt a recall of this traitor.

  • joe

    Now we are beginning to make a stand and fight back against the corruptions and for our freedoms, Thanks Guys. If the republican`s want to win back their support, they need to support freedom and liberty and a good start is with Medical Marijuana, this issue alone will be proof that they will listen to the people and do our will and not what they think is best , they are all ways wrong, we know how we want to live.

  • gmhunt4

    Why don’t Arizona start a recall petition and just get rid of this traitor to the American people.

    • Ron

      We have tried numerous times.! This rino is heavily protected

      • Ted Crawford

        Cindy’s money buys a lot of protection!

    • threebs3

      Recall efforts for BOTH Republican AZ Senators has been stewing since the gang of 12 debacle. So far efforts are being stymied by the attorney generals office about the wording of the petition. Knowing how slowly the wheels of justice turn, it will just be better to primary them with tea party candidates. The AZ GOP has been getting pressured NOT to back establishment backed candidates. I think you will see AZ with more Ted Cruz and Mike Lee like candidates running in 2014 and 2016. Both McCain and Flake will most likely be gone.

      • alio

        Sometimes in politics, the blind can’t see the truth.

      • WhiteFalcon

        I hope you are correct.

      • Ted Crawford

        I’m uncertain here. Is a simple ‘re-call’ possible with a Federal Official. or does it require Articles of Impeachment to remove them from office?

      • threebs3

        To impeach, I believe you need proof of illegal activity in office, and the legislator in question is voted out by the State Senate? A re-call is a petition based request with the state to re-vote on his fitness to serve.

      • Ted Crawford

        Yes, I understand the different processes involved, however I was Under the impression was that while, Re-Call is possible with Representatives to the State Government, it required the full Impeachment process to remove those at the Federal Government level.

      • OldRockerguy

        18 states have provisions in their constitution for the recall of their senators.

      • threebs3

        Good point, but, I think since he is an elected official by a state populace and not a national one like the Presidency, a re-call is possible. The right to vote in a Presidential election is NOT guaranteed by the Constitution, and so re-call is not an option for that post. But, any other elected office is? I am not sure on this, perhaps someone out there knows more, or, the actual facts?

      • OldRockerguy

        The 18 states allowing for recall are as follows: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Washington and Wisconsin.

  • brabbie2002

    Ten years ago would have been better. When the Rebumblecans ran this man for president, I knew we would lose. Too bad Sarah Palin was put on the same ticket as an underling. Yep, 10 years ago would have been better for AZ and the country!

    • WhiteFalcon

      Sarah Palin was the ticket. McShame was better off to have not even showed up. I hate to say it about a man that went through what he did, but he is simply a loser. He needs to be GONE! I pray that the people of Arizona run a strong conservative patriot against him in the primary and knock him out of the game.

  • ActualConundrum

    McCain shoukd be removed from the Republican party and his seat in Congress. The man is obviously mentally ill. Or a democrat. Which in reality is the same thing.

  • LittleMoose

    A little late in coming. This should have happened when he was running for the Presidential nomination and abandoned his conservative principles.

    • GoldenRudy

      Did he ever really have those principles? I wonder.

  • Burton Pauly

    Although this man was a long suffering prisoner of the Communist in Vietnam, he has been way too liberal in his ideas on most issues. He definitely needs to be voted out of office ASAP.

    • alio

      Many were killed in wars, suffered in prison and hospital beds, losing limbs and ability to live a normal life, but THESE guys never get the glory that’s been shed on a RINO Senator.
      Why don’t we honor all of them, not just the ones who go into politics? All were Heros.

      • Burton Pauly

        I agree, and I retired from the navy. Those folks that fought for the USA deserve to treated with respect, and what the recruiters promised should not be taken away, or diminished in any way.

  • alio

    When he ran for President, his handlers treated Sarah Palin so badly, because they thought
    she was a country hick, insisted on buying her a wardrobe that looked like potato sacks.

    When she began wearing her own clothes, she looked normal, beautiful and witty and everyone
    loved HER (not mccain) and I noticed him looking weak, like a little kid hiding in the wings while
    his wifie looked like a strick, unloving school marm. (that’s how I saw it)

    I used to love Arizona and considered moving there many times, but just couldn’t handle some
    of the horrible things I saw going on in that state. I did vote for Goldwater.
    I also love and appreciate Sheriff Joe .

    A HERO only remains a Hero until he TURNS HIS BACK on those who supported him.

    • allessior

      Ya know, I agree entirely, but just a comment on this hero stuff. Many Americans are war heroes, and I am sure many of us have true heroes in our own families. We don’t have to caveat our remarks with, “He was a great war hero, but..” My grandfather was tortured ceaselessly as a PoW. When he was released he weighed 85 pounds. They would torture him by breaking his knuckles, calling him American dog, poking his eyeballs with toothpicks, slamming his hands and feet with a sledge hammer, and other very disgusting things. Nobody ever caveated the negative comments they had for him with, “A true hero, someone who was tortured ceaselessly, but….”. So let us stop caveating McCain with the war hero stuff. Too many thousands of American heroes have one.

  • Ron

    It’s way past time for this statist calling himself a conservitive to be gone.! He quit representing Us long ago. Lies double talk and back stabbing has become the norm for McShame

  • Marianne_in_NJ

    The formal censure resolution for McCain is a great start…long past due. Ron & alio comments below are spot on — nuff said.

  • TAM44

    john mccain is a closet DEMONCRAT and should resign and stay the hell out of politics.

  • gparra9

    Are you paying attention Arizona ???!!! or are the Maricopa Republicans the only ones with the “CAJONES” to do the right thing & get rid of this “SORRY” Obama butt sucker John Mc Cain !!!!

  • patriotamerican

    He needs to do everyone including the Democraps and Repubicans a favor and denounce his american citizenship and go back to Vietnam and work for the Communist party. The very same group that detained him as a prisoner of war. He is a modern day BENEDICT ARNOLD. TRAITOR.

  • OldRockerguy

    Being a resident of Maricopa County it is great to hear that our local Republican Party is finally standing up for our state for a change. They should do the same thing to Senator Jeff Flake who has also proven himself to be a traitor to our state. As far as I can tell John McCain has never done an honest days work in his life. He relies on his wife Cindy for financial support. Cindy is the daughter of James Hensley the founder of Hensley & Co. which is one of the largest distributors of Budweiser Beer Products. She took over control of the company following her father’s death in 2000. She also reportedly owns 2.7 million shares of Anheuser-Busch stock. It is interesting to note that Hensley & Co has been heavy supporters of “Immigration Reform” and played a major role in the successful recall election of Arizona State Senator Russell Pearce who was the principle author of our SB1070 immigration law. Hensley & Co. has also been a supporter of the Phoenix gay community, sponsoring events by the Phoenix Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee. We all enjoy a cold brew now and then but I would request that anyone with a shred of patriotism buy something other than Budweiser the next time you are at a bar, restaurant, or the supermarket.

    • WhiteFalcon

      I enjoy a cool one every once in a while, but it is generally a Coors or Coors Light, never again will it be a Bud.

      • OldRockerguy

        Coors would be a great alternative. Made by our pro-gun rights neighbors in Colorado.

      • Ted Crawford

        Coors is also an American owned Company, unlike AB which is a Belgian owned Company!

    • rmwayne

      I’ve been drinking Miller High Life for years. After reading your post, I certainly won’t be switching to Budweiser any time soon.

  • madman

    McSenile needs to retire. He is nothing more than a Rino.

  • jwright673

    It would be great if it derailed his campaign but I’ll have to see it to believe it. Too many low information voters who think you can keep doing the same thing with different results. All those years in the Hanoi Hilton have clouded John’s brain. It is time he realized it and moved on. Maybe he’ll run as a demorat which would cost them a seat as he would surely win – same low IQ voters would vote for his name.

  • rocky63

    This was way overdue!!!

  • Billy Bob Johnson

    Mr. McCain is a great American patriot and is doing a great job representing the people of Arizona in the U.S. Senate. If he chooses to run, he will surely win reelection. Thank you John for your wonderful service to our great country.

    • Ted Crawford

      Comrade Johnson supports Comrade McCain, what a surprize! Proditor unas amat alterum!

      • Billy Bob Johnson

        Nec, si boni sunt.

      • craig

        WTFAYTAYFI

      • Billy Bob Johnson

        Don’t start something that your not smart enough to finish. Ha

    • Phillip_in_TX

      If you replace “representing” with “selling out,” you might be on to something.

    • GirlIQ

      Yes McCain is doing a good job representing the socialists of AZ. Problem is he ran disingenuously and was voted in as a Republican. He doesn’t deserve that affiliation. Given his actions in DC, he deceived the voters, and clearly should have run as a Democrat.

  • Ted Crawford

    Being a Vietnam Veteran, and having experienced,,, to be undeservedly kind to myself, confused and conflicting thoughts, for an extended period afterward, I gave McCain slack for his egregiously disloyal treatment of Carol, who was solidly supportive of John throughtout everything! Clearly that was a mistake! If one betrays even someone as gracious and supporting as Carol was, we shouldn’t now be surprized that he is consistant in his disgusting behavior!

  • gac

    About time. All RINOs need to be censured. If they want to act like Liberal democrats then run as a democrat and don’t lie about it…..

  • rick0857

    It’s ABOUT FREAKING TIME! what took you so long Arizona?

  • Joe1938

    McCain is the epitome of the old blueblood stoneless GOP rethread RINOs. Years ago, he should have been shipped off to a small ranch outside of Prescott, AZ where he could raise donkeys.
    Prescott has a good VA hospital which ol’john mcCain needs for his mental and physical conditions.

  • PatriotParatrooper

    McCain returned a hero for what he endured in Vietnam. It’s a shame he’s turned into a traitor to the constitution. The definition of a traitor. according to webster, is one who betrays anothers trust or is false to an obligation or duty; or, one who commits treason. Treason- betrayal of country: a violation of the allegiance owed by somebody to his or her own country. e.g. by aiding an enemy. All the illegals in this country are clandestine invaders. When you want to help them more than your own citizens, it’s treason. When you support a known enemy of the us, the muslim brotherhood, it’s treason. Pure and simple. It’s time we, as american’s, hold these people accountable.

    • allessior

      Absolutely. I recall when he equated Allahu Akbar with “Thank God”. I was so enraged I could barely contain my fury. The county I was born in in northern NJ, and the county I raised my children in, Monmouth County, NJ, saw some of the highest casualty rates from 911. All of the people of that horrendous day were so overcome with grief and a sense that we WANTED REVENGE. That feeling spurred many to join the military so that they coukd participate in the annihilation of those animals, those pieces of s$&t. Many of our boys subsequently perished in that fight, but they died with honor, protecting all of us from the worst form of unhuman scum ever to roam this planet. So when McCain equated Allahu Akbar with Thank God, it was a TRAVESTY BEYOND ALL TRAVESTIES. I wrote to the Senator, asking him to explain himself, but I never heard back. I am begging all the good people of Arizona….do everything you can to politically rid yourself of McCain, who time after time has shown us that he works for the other side, and he just does not understand what it means to actually represent those who put him into office. Every always feels like they need to provide a disclaimer upfront about his military service. I see no reason to do that. Many of us have family members and/or friends who earned the highest of military honors, who were POWs, and who suffered horrible tortures, but for some strange reason, our loved ones and friends don’t get the the same caveats. My grandfather was severely tortured during his one year experience as a POW. They broke his knuckles, they used a skedgehammer on his hands and feet, they poked his eyes with toothpicks. He was sleep deprived and malnourished, sometimes reverting to eating cockroaches and spiders just to get some protein. They gave him testicular electric shocks, and they would stretch his body by using a pulley system of ropes, pulling in opposite directions until his shoulders, hips, and knees were dislocated. He weighed 85 pounds upon his release. My point is, so many Americans have been tortured, and our enemies should be destroyed because of it, but McCain does not deserve a “special caveat” every time we are about to lambaste him. He is, plain and simple, a b-hole and he NEEDS TO GO.

  • Phillip_in_TX

    1stcav, Steve Stockman.

  • GirlIQ

    The disingenuous way McCain has executed his responsibility to the people of AZ against the backdrop of his campaign promises and faux party affiliation, really make me wonder what else is a farse? People who mislead in one area of their lives, are often distrustful all the way through. How do we really know what happened when McCain was a POW? His own actions as a senator call into doubt his overall history. Once a deceiver, always a deceiver. People of AZ: why have you voted for McCain over and over and over again???

  • erickcartman

    When will the recall of the “wackobird” begin? I’d rather have an Obamaphile in that seat then him.