Well, the truth is

17 Mar

that McCain is indeed the poster child for term limits. Rand Paul is entirely correct on that point.

I may disagree with Rand Paul in many areas and yet recognize that he is totally correct here.

Let’s face it–Mcain is a mean old man that should have left the public stage many years ago. I personally didn’t sully myself by voting for him when he ran for President. I wrote in. There is just some dog food I won’t eat. McCain should simply go away. He is a dinosaur, a denizen of the land time forgot. But he won’t go because he is too full of himself. He will die in the well of the Senate. It is all he has left.

I voted for Trump. I voted for Romney. I had significant reservations about each. But I simply would not pull the lever for McCain. And this even when the alternative was a looming Obama, who even then was a clear backward Leftist. But McCain was an inveterate butt-head who would discredit the GOP for a generation. He would have been a catastrophe. The country might survive Obama, but McCain as a GOP President would have been utterly catastrophic. Again, there is just some dog food I won’t eat and I’ve got to live with myself…

So when McCain ran, I wrote in.

And subsequent events have totally justified me. McCain would not even sniff the nomination now! He is a HUGE loser and no one with two brain cells to rub together is a McCain booster. You could be a hired hand on his staff, but you are not really a booster. Not if you have any wisdom whatsoever.

  1. Oregonian

    March 17, 2017 at 9:45 am

    How do you feel about Orin Hatch running again?

    • Gregor Mendel

      March 17, 2017 at 7:33 pm

      Hatch seemed to get the memo. McCain never did. Or more correctly, Hatch saw which way the wind was blowing and changed. If McCain saw and recognized it he was too stubborn or stupid to change. Well, he did just get re-elected so maybe he knew that the people of Arizona would not throw him out now.

      But in any case, he is the same old turd he has always been.