Dear Sen McCain, It’s Time for a Change.

By | March 11, 2013

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3 thoughts on “Dear Sen McCain, It’s Time for a Change.

  1. WillofLa

    The problem with McCain resigning is, even his own family doesn’t want him to come home, he’s not wanted there either. He has no place to go except Washington. He’s like the unwanted dog at the pet store that is just to old, to ugly and useless for anyone to buy him. He’s the dog the store had to take to the pound just to get rid of him, so they wouldn’t have to keep feeding him. They wanted to make room for younger dogs, but there he was. And it certainly isn’t it a case for feeling sorry for him either. He doesn’t need sympathy, he needs Arizona to wash their hands of his kind of politician.

    Arizona, stop putting loser’s back into office. They are destroying this nation. Being a war hero should be saved and used for the benefit of this nation with the likes of Col. West, not McCain, the has-been, washed out loser!

  2. WillofLa

    I am a combat veteran and I have lived with the memory of combat, but that was then and this is now. I do not live in the past and have learned the hard way that anything I did in the past stays with the past and has never been considered for anything I’ve tried to do in the here and now. The same ought to apply to this dinosaur of a politician.

    I don’t hold him in the same high honor as some do, as a matter of a fact he would have never made it out of the Naval Academy to begin with had his daddy not been an Amiral. He was a has-been then and he’s a has-been now. He’s a washout as a Senator being a “maveric” isn’t from some honor thing he has within his heart. It’s from being brain washed in prison camp and giving into fear of what the enemy can do to you if you don’t join in with their way of thinking. The same applies to going against the Democrat Party.

    Why didn’t his family tell him he ought to join the Democrats, he would have gone along to get along like they all do now anyway and he wouldn’t be noticed whatsoever even after all these years. But, no, he has to be the idiot he has always been. He’s not stronger than the rest of us, as a matter of a fact he’s much, much weaker than the rest of us, and he has been since he was in flight school. He crashed then just like he continue’s to crash now. He has been on every committee, group, gang that has gone against the Constitution when even mediocure representatives were backing doing the right thing, he couldn’t even do that.

    He’s a has-been, and a wash out and needs to go the hell home and fade into obscurity like his opinioins and votes.

  3. Jan Brown

    I am so indebted to all the John McCain’s our Country has been blessed with through their military service. I shutter to think where we would be without it…But life goes on & that’s a part of our proud “past”… Imagine applying for a job with a resume focused on what you did a couple of decades ago rather than a declaration of recent & current points that are noteworthy..We the People must deal with the NOW…yesterday is gone.I lived in Phoenix & it was with pride,voted for John for his first term. That was then, Now, I see a need for candidates that were nutured by the past, live in the present & see tomorrow with clear hearts & minds. Arizona elections are entwined with all other states in Washington & every vote counts, ‘my friend’…

    I sincerly hope that the ‘Arizona Cacaus” will follow Tersea’s lead with this letter & really start looking for a strong candidate that it appears will have to run against the “sympathy for Gabby Gifford” candidate that I suspct will be Hubby Mark Kelly. The redistricting may be able to work in your favor in this hunt.

    thanks TW !

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