McCain Touts Immigration, Gun Control at Town Hall

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    McCain Touts Immigration, Gun Control at Town Hall

    McCain Touts Immigration, Gun Control at Town Hall

    Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) talks a variety of issues at a town hall in Tucson--primarily immigration reform, gun control, and the U.S. economy. 14 Aug 2013, 4:36 AM PDT

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    Time for McCain to be retired!
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    Amen. Arizona can do a lot better.
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    I think he took one too many blows to the head in the Hanoi Hilton. I swear he gets nuttier by the day.
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    "Time for McCain to be retired." Verily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottync View Post
    "Time for McCain to be retired." Verily.
    At least 13 years overdue. When he was running in the presidential primary against Bush in 2000, McCain appeared on a local radio program and took questions from the listeners. It became apparent very quickly that his views did not line up with most of his fellow party members. He ended up losing the primary in SC. Before that interview, he was leading.

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    When John McCain was elected into the US senate in 1986, he was a conservative that I and many other veterans felt represented many of our beliefs. Sadly however he has become nothing more than another turn-coat politician. The only thing about him that I respect is his former military service and what he endured as a POW. Other than that, he has lost the trust and respect of almost every conservative who supported him. His presidential campaign was nothing less than pathetic. But I digress...
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    John McCain in 2013 is to the left of at least 1/2 of the Democrats in the Senate. The people of Arizona need to decide if that's truly what they want in a representative.
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    It really worries me that McCain is for gun control. I worry that more republican senators are on the "sell us all out" band wagon, when it comes to gun rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormRhydr View Post
    It really worries me that McCain is for gun control. I worry that more republican senators are on the "sell us all out" band wagon, when it comes to gun rights.
    What Storm said. I believe that MOST politicians will do whatever their handlers and the lobbyists tell them to do in order to get re-elected. After all, it's all about getting back in for another term.
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    Same ol Same ol Of ALL POLITICIANS, It' a very small list of ones who are not the norm.!!

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    Myself, being a retired vet, when McCain first came on the scene, I felt he was what we needed, and a shot in the arm. But since then he has become a disgrace to Arizona, as well as those around him. It's time he retired, and faded off into the sunset.

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    Same old socialist, same old day...
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    McCain: A moderate (which means wishy washy) leaning a little to the left.

    He is, for all intents and purposes, a man without a party.

    The only reason I voted for him in the 2008 Presidential race is because the other choice really, really, really sucked!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hodad View Post
    The only reason I voted for him in the 2008 Presidential race is because the other choice really, really, really sucked!!!!
    I think everyone here would say the same. The East Coast powers that control the Republican Party make very sure that any nominee coming out of the GOP Convention is at most in the center and preferably center-left. There hasn't been a true Republican in the White House since 1988 and the party powers HATED Ronald Reagan. They swore when he left that another true conservative would never get the nomination again and, so far, they have made sure it is true.
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    McCain Touts ... Gun Control at Town Hall
    He'd be better off attempting to justify it with facts, instead of "touting" it with wishful thinking. But then, IMO, that wouldn't go very far, seeing as how it's practically impossible to effectively justify.

    For once, I'd like to see the anti-gunners try that, facts over emotion, facts over claims, facts over wishful thinking. That'd be nice.
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