McCain hints at retiring in 2016

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john-mccain-lord-of-the-tarp1Warner Todd Huston reports for Breitbart.com, Sept. 14, 2013, that Washington is abuzz with the rumor that RINO Arizona senator John McCain will retire in 2016.

First elected to the Senate in 1987 after Barry Goldwater vacated the seat, if McCain indeed retires in 2016, he would have been a senator for nearly 30 years — which definitely is not what our Founding Fathers had in mind for “citizen legislators.”

In an interview with the Hollywood-centric website The Wrap, McCain floated the idea of retirement, saying, “The president and I, he’s in his last term, I’m probably in mine, the relationship we have had over the past three years is quite good. Quite good.”

McCain made the off-the-cuff comment when the interview he was giving to The Wrap was interrupted by some Obama supporters who thanked him for supporting the POS in the White House on Syria.

But when pressed, McCain became coy, saying he hasn’t really made any final decisions: “Nah, I don’t know. I was trying to make a point. I have to decide in about two years so I don’t have to make a decision. I don’t want to be one of these old guys that should’ve shoved off.”

Give that old RINO and warmonger a shove.

Tell him you want him gone by 2016, if not sooner, by clicking here!

John McCain~Eowyn

UPDATE (Oct. 22, 2013):

He lied.

See “McCain ain’t leaving the Senate – ever.”

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0 responses to “McCain hints at retiring in 2016

  1. It’s time.

     
    • No, it’s very LONG past time for this creep! His role model was his father, Admiral McCain, whom LBJ hand-picked to cover-up the near-sinking of the USS Liberty Israel, one of the very worst acts of war ever levelled upon the USA, and NEVER responded to in ANY way at the time. Only now, when almost all the men are dead, are the facts coming out. And like the PoS that passes for a Pres, he too, was born outside the USA, in Panama, and is NOT a native-born citizen. Of course he signed off on the Obamination’s Pass along w/all the other creeps from BOTH sides of the sold-out house, and I don’t mean Opera!!

       
  2. Better late than never — but not much!

     
  3. Good, get out already!

     
  4. John!!! Are you still hanging around?!!!
    GET THE HELL OUT!!! NOW!!!

     
  5. I say it’s time to recall the communist traitor now. Before he totally sells this country with his pos buddy in the oval orfice.

     
  6. in the senate you served your country as you did in our military now as in the military let the younger generation do their part so one day they too may look back and proudly i did my part for this great nation. may god bless you and your family

     
  7. McCain and his dingbat daughter stunk up the party long enough. He needs to go now and not in 2016!

    And take that skank Lindsey Graham with you!

     
  8. I thank John McCain and appreciate his service to our country when he was a prisoner of war. Nevertheless, he has played the itchy switchy maneuvers far too much to be trusted, notwithstanding his most rude treatment of Sarah Palin.

     
    • Dear Joan: When you have the time, please look into McCain’s full and true history, all of which he’s done his best to cover-up, and ditto for his father. The apple never falls far from the tree….

       
  9. U.S. Senate’s immigration legislation hurts America’s unemployed

    September 5, 2013

    By David Olen Cross

    Arizona Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, both know as members of the “Gang of Eight,” voting for the passage of Senate Bill 744 (S.744), termed comprehensive immigration reform by some, amnesty by others, is unconscionable considering the United States’ July seasonally adjusted number of 12.1 million unemployed citizens; 7.4 percent of the country’s civilian labor force.

    According to the “February 1, 2011 Pew Hispanic Center, Unauthorized Immigrant Population: National and State Trends, 2010” there are 8.0 million unauthorized workers in the U.S.

    With so many unemployed American citizens looking for jobs and 8.0 million unauthorized workers currently holding the jobs many citizens will do, the U.S. Senate’s legislation at best seems oblivious to the plight of the unemployed in this country.

    Two of the negative consequences of S. 744 are revealed in a June 2013 Congressional Budget Office (CBO) report which indicates the legislation will cause unemployment to increase through 2020 and average wages to decline through 2025.

    An evaluation of the seasonally adjusted unemployment numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), U.S. Department of Labor, News Release from August 19, 2013 titled “Regional and State Employment and Unemployment — July” reveals unemployment rates in the states represented by the “Gang of Eight”: Arizona, 8.0 percent; Colorado, 7.1 percent; Florida, 7.1 percent; Illinois, 9.2 percent; New Jersey, 8.6 percent; New York, 7.5 percent; and South Carolina, 8.1 percent. Five of the preceding seven gang member states had a higher percentage of unemployed than the national average.

    Apparently, when Senators McCain and Flake have returned home from Washington D.C. to Arizona over the last five years they have failed to take a look at the number of unemployed in the state.

    The BLS reported 241,700 citizens were unemployed in July; the state ranked 10th tied with Oregon for the percentage of unemployed.

    Back to the Pew Hispanic Center report: according to the Pew report, there are an estimated 230,000 unauthorized workers in Arizona; 7.4 percent of the state’s total labor force.

    If S. 744 is passed by both sides of congress and signed into law by the president, the addition of 230,000 unauthorized workers into the state’s civilian labor force, if the CBO report is right, will likely increase unemployment in Arizona. This would be a setback for a state still mired and struggling to come out of a severe recession.

    The U.S. House of Representatives will hopefully take a more incremental approach to any type of immigration reform and first pass standalone legislation requiring a federally mandated national employment verification system like E-Verify, which the federal government currently uses on all its new hires.

    As Congress returns from its recess, Arizona’s 241,700 unemployed U.S. citizens should contact Sens. John McCain and Jeff Flake, along with all the state’s Reps., Ron Barber, Trent Franks, Paul Gosar, Raul Grijalva, Ann Kirkpatrick, Ed Pastor, Matt Salmon, David Schweikert and Kyrsten Sinema, and tell them Arizonians should never have to compete for scarce jobs now or in the future with persons illegally in the country; and furthermore, the U.S. Congress passing a standalone federally mandated E-Verify system is best way to get those unemployed in the state and across the country back to fulltime work.

    David Olen Cross of Salem writes on immigration issues (docfnc@yahoo.com).

     
  10. Instead of making us suffer until 2016, why not retire tomorrow, you jackass in an elephant suit?

    You totally sucked as a Naval Aviator, as your incompetence killed 134 crewman on the Forrestal, and there were other incidents as well.

    Had your daddy not been an admiral, your incompetent ass would have been drummed out of the Navy rather quickly, and it is probably the only reason the NVA didn’t throw you up against a wall and shoot you.

    Go away, you fraud of a “patriot.”

    I have ancestors and relatives buried at Arlington, and you aren’t fit to have removed the lint from their bellybuttons.

    -Dave

     
    • You have perfected insults into a work of art, Dave! 😉

       
      • It’s not a work of art if it’s the truth, is it? There’s no artifice in exposing this creep for what he and his father are: treasonous bad actors. But having said that, yes, “Well done, Dave!”

         
      • John McCanus makes me crazy, as he is such a transparent fraud.

        I can’t decide if the NVA let him live because his daddy was an admiral, or because they actually felt sorry for him.

        -Dave

         
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  12. He picked Anonymous?

     
  13. I wish he would start making a fuss about his bill that is waiting to be debated that calls for the reinstatement of Glass Steagall. If this is the last thing he ever achieves it will be a truly patriotic move and if the steps are taken to get the US back to work after the toxic illigitimate debts have been cancelled by the issuance of credit uttered by Congress for the right infrastructure projects then that would more than compensate for his recent peculiar behavior. Go for it Senoror…….

     
  14. Did anybody notice that comment McShame made to that website ” The Wrap ” ? Tells me all I need to know . Do us all a favor retire a.s.a.p.! Don’t let the door hit ya where the good Lord split ya !

     

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