Why is John McCain Spending so Much Campaign Cash?

    For some reason, many here at Red State and elsewhere seem to feel that JD Hayworth’s challenge to John McCain is a lost cause, and are determined to jump on McCain’s bandwagon while simultaneously disregarding his penchant for turning on the very folks who support him.  Their reasoning leaves me significantly puzzeled, but they are welcome to their opinions.  I am curious about other considerations than | Read More »

    New taxes and new definition of your income under Obamacare

    Here’s how your income will “increase” and so will your taxes, under the new Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or health care reform/Obamanationcare.   (Also, you should know that the DOJ is defending against the the 20 states’ suit against the above Act, saying it is a TAX, and Congress has the unlimited right to tax you for any reason.) Should you want to verify | Read More »

    Jim Deakin, AZ citizen candidate for US Senate hits it out of the park in debate against McCain & hayworth

    Image that you first at bat in professional baseball is in the world series facing a Cy Young award winning pitcher with a MVP catcher standing behind you. That does not even come close to the pressure faced by Jim Deakin in the Senate debates with sitting Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain and former Congressman and professional media man JD Hayworth. I cannot | Read More »

    Whose Responsible This?

    America is in a meltdown. After the housing bubble burst, leaving us in a heap of crap, it seems that both the Bush administration and the Obama administration took steps to make a bad situation worse. Funnelling hundreds of billions of  dollars into a ‘stimulus’ that wasn’t was only the first step down the path to ‘WTF?’. After that it was Cash for Clunkers, Stimulus | Read More »

    McChrystal’s Lynch Party

    We just watched an old fashioned lynching and the culprits are on both sides of the aisle.  After reading the Rolling Stone article, I was struck by a few things the lame-brain media has in this narrative that are misleading. They have taken this article as being some kind of biographical essay of a person.  I was also surprised at the vitriol the media/politicians are spewing at the general, er | Read More »

    Keep Your Eyes on the Megaphone

    On March 14, 2010,  a Wal-Mart customer used the corporation’s paging system and—with an air of formality—politely asked all blacks to leave the premises.  This set off a firestorm of criticism for the retailer, and even led to arrests.  As a former employer of Wal-Mart, I have always been amused by the accessibility of the paging system.  The system is ubiquitous, as the paging phones | Read More »

    We Shall Fight

    One of the most famous speeches given by Winston Churchill was called “We shall fight them on the beaches”. Here’s the part we all know: We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost | Read More »

    Hayworth closing in on McCain

    Rasmussen is out with a new poll showing JD Hayworth gaining on John McCain. McCain’s 22 point lead in January has now shrunk to just five points, 47%-42%, of likely Republican primary voters. Perhaps more important, this is the second Rasmussen poll in the past month showing McCain below the 50% threshold – dangerous territory for an incumbent. If you ask me, McCain is self-destructing | Read More »

    New Ras Poll: Hayworth down by 5 in AZ-Sen race

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections2/election_2010/election_2010_senate_elections/arizona/election_2010_arizona_republican_primary_for_senate Just more evidence that people don’t want McCain, now I just want to know why the editors of Red State are not jumping onboard the Hayworth express when they endorse questionable people such as Rand Paul and Mike Castle. Lets get it together and get this guy to D.C. McCain is our only roadblock.

    Is Ron Paul Right on Earmarks?

    Republicans love to hate earmarks, and as articulated so brilliantly [heh] by John McCain o’er the years, they are the ultimate evil of government spending–eliminating them will…you know…it’s the culture of corruption or some such thing. Ron Paul, one of three Republican congressmen to request earmarks this year, defended his position (through a spokeslady): Paul spokeswoman Rachel Mills said he thinks Washington already extracts too | Read More »

    Obama HC Attack Ad — Complete Flip-Flop

    “John McCain’s Health Care Plan. First we learn he’s going to tax health care benefits to pay for part of it. Now the Wall Street Journal reports John McCain would pay for the rest of his health care plan with major reductions to Medicare and Medicaid: $882 billion from Medicare alone, requiring cuts in benefits and eligibility or both. John McCain — taxing health benefits | Read More »

    Sarah Palin is a fake conservative.

    A few months ago, Palin officially endorsed John McCommie for a FIFTH Senatorial term and excused herself with lies. She also falsely called McCommie a “hero” and a “statesman”. Recently, McCain’s spokesman announced that Palin will organize a rally and a fundraiser for McTraitor. “She will speak about McCain’s values and what she learned from him during their 2008 presidential campaign and through his battles | Read More »

    McCain’s S3081 strips American’s of their 5th and 6th Amendment Rights

    Who needs the current Administration and Congressional Democrats violating our rights when Sen. McCain can do it for them? A close reading of S3081, the “Enemy Belligerent, Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010″, introduced by Sen. John McCain would allow the U.S. military to detain U.S. citizens indefinitely without being charged with a crime, without being read a Miranda warning, without trial, without access | Read More »

    ‘Misprision of a Felony’ Primer

    Arlen Spector said this: “There’s a crime called misprision of a felony. Misprision of a felony is when you don’t report a crime. So you’re getting into pretty deep areas here in these considerations.” — U.S. Senator Arlen Specter, D-Pa., on March 12. LectLaw establishes what it means: MISPRISION OF FELONY “Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court | Read More »

    Rasmussen: Hayworth closing in on McCain

    Rasmussen Reports is out with a new poll showing JD Hayworth gaining significant ground on John McCain.  Rasmussen finds a mere 7 point lead (48%-41%) for McCain.  In January, Rasmussen had McCain ahead by 22 points (53%-31%), so this new poll represents a 15 point swing in Hayworth’s favor.  More troubling for McCain is that he is under 50 percent – generally considered a sign of an incumbent | Read More »