GOP Senate Candidate: McCain Was Dying To Undermine Me

Ward is running for Sen. Jeff Flake’s (R-AZ) seat.
The controversy began with the message below from the McCain family:

Ward responded by going to Facebook with: “I think they wanted to have a particular narrative that they hope is negative to me.”  Her aide Jonathan Williams then asked “I wonder if John McCain’s trying to steal attention from Ward’s bus tour by announcing his life is coming to an end.”  He also said “I wonder if it were just a coincidence that Sen McCain released his statement on the kickoff day of Kelli Ward’s bus tour or if it was a plan to take media attention off her campaign? I’m not saying it was on purpose but it’s quite interesting.”

Most would say quite disturbing rather than quite interesting.  Ward later deleted her posting.

Of course, if indeed McCain was so obsessed with Ward as to plan this scheme in his final days, he would have had the solace of knowing that Ward made a utter fool of herself.

102 thoughts on “GOP Senate Candidate: McCain Was Dying To Undermine Me”

  1. I tried to copy and past this here, but it didn’t work. Sooo, let me try again:

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    In A Word: No
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    Everyone is fawning over the deceased Senator from Arizona.

    I will not be joining the party.

    In fact, in my considered opinion he lived too long and the world is better for his passing.

    Yeah, call me an *******. I don’t care; I’m entitled to my opinion just as you are.

    I don’t base my view on his military service, nor on him being held in the Hanoi Hilton (or what he did while there.) I’ve commented on that before during his Presidential run on these pages but it is neither the foundation of my extreme dislike of the man nor does it really modify anything, other than reinforce my basic opinion.

    In my opinion John McCain was a self-serving b*st*rd who didn’t give a damn who got hurt or who he scr*wed as long as whatever he intended to do could advance what he wanted to obtain.

    He ditched his first wife, who stayed faithfully married while he served and was imprisoned. However, when she suffered a grievous accident through no fault of her own and was no longer pretty and thus not the sort of woman that a successful politician would want be seen with in public from a physical beauty perspective (as I judge to be his opinion, of course), and she never had been nor was at the time rich, he dumped her on his return to the United States for a women much younger, far prettier, uninjured, and a heiress who had a crap-ton of money to bankroll the start of his political aspirations.

    If all that time apart had simply made for irreconcilable differences that might be able to be understood. The raw power-seeking aspirational nature of who he hooked up with, however, never mind the timing and manner of his acts in that regard is quite another matter and belies both McCain’s true intent and willingness to leave as much human wreckage behind as was necessary so long as he got what he wanted.

    For that alone, in my opinion, John McCain deserves to burn in Hell.

    Through his time in the House and Senate and indeed during his run for President he may have been known as a “maverick” but I think the better phrase to describe him is corrupt b*st*rd. May I remind you of Lincoln Savings and Loan, and the “Keating Five”?

    In 1987 these men, McCain among them, got involved in a regulatory action against said bank on behalf of the Chairman and improperly intervened. Two years later the bank collapsed, costing the federal government over $3 billion. But far worse was the impact on bondholders and investors, many of whom were completely wiped out and left destitute. Keating had made massive political contributions to all five. While McCain escaped formal sanction by the Senate this was largely because he had taken office in the Senate after the salient events regarding those financial matters and thus the ethics committee claimed to lack jurisdiction. The House Ethics committee ducked it as well, since he was now a Senator (despite having been in the House when the financial events happened.) Fortuitous? I suppose, but evading sanction by a bunch of limp-wristed worthless, corrupt cucks is not the same thing as not having done anything wrong.

    Oh, and in the aftermath there were of course leaks intended to harm….. other politicians involved who happened to be Democrats. The GAO investigated and concluded McCain was responsible. Of course nobody thinks that’s a problem — right? Yet another example of “I don’t give a damn who I burn or what sort of underhanded, backstabbing horsecrap I pull as long as I get what I want.” That’s McCain for ‘ya.

    This pattern of leaks was to continue up until very recently — from McCain. It’s funny how when you look at the Press though, or through Google, all you find in the search is leaks about McCain — specifically, the leaked comment from the West Wing a few months ago that someone was glad he was dying. Gee, where are all the other leaks that McCain himself committed along with improper influence and abuse of his office? Buried down the memory hole, I see….. but the Keating incident, being infamous enough, is still findable if you know where to look.

    Indeed it appears the only thing that stopped this pattern of outrageous conduct was McCain being rendered physically incapable of doing it anymore. You know, by being on your deathbed and then (of course) dying!

    Then there’s the underhanded and arguably felonious urging of the IRS to use audits to destroy political opponents that came out of his Senatorial office — including, specifically, Tea Party groups during Obama’s Presidency. His staff was caught doing it and proof is now out in the open in Judicial Watch’s hands. For that crap, in my view, he should be indicted, tried and hanged. Of course you can’t hang a dead person, so I guess this one goes to the guy in the Red Suit to adjudicate.

    Of course it would be ridiculous to omit McCain’s apparent involvement in the Steele Dossier. While the book has not been closed on that as of this point it appears that taken as a whole the entire charade was a series of outrageously illegal acts intended to first subvert a federal election for President and then overthrow it’s results — and McCain’s motive for being involved certainly looks like nothing more than pure, unbridled hatred. I’m not sure I can actually count the number of likely felonies that will get tallied up when all is said and done on this and in any event that’s another one for the guy in the Red Suit since you can’t indict a dead man.

    I should also point out McCain’s trademark and decades-long condescending manner of speech. In 2008, during the middle of the financial meltdown and an election season, he excused the banksters who ripped off the country and then voted for TARP. When called on this the condescension came thick and fast, burying any criticism (including mine) under the old I’m smart, you’re dumb, now shut the **** up and get out of here tone of voice.

    We’ll top this off with McCain’s long and sordid history of war-mongering but for those who are dead, too numerous to count as a consequence, it’s certainly not last. His advocacy and acts in this regard during his time in government have been incessant, outrageous, in many case based on lies and have gotten a lot of people killed. I’m the first one to defend America but advocacy for wars and military actions that have no defined goals, no stated point at which they can be called at an end and at best a compromised justification (e.g. the Second Iraq incursion) are another matter. We’ll let the red suit guy adjudicate that one as well.

    Rest in pieces, jacka$$ — let’s see how the Ethics Committee of One passes judgement and unlike House and Senate committees he doesn’t seem very amenable to mealy-mouthed excuses:

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    Squeeky Fromm
    Girl Reporter

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          1. putting aside McCain, whom I loathed,

            I often wonder about Steve P, he seems very odd, almost cranky, a lot of things he says are preposterous, other things seem pretty sharp. I take that guy with a grain of salt.

            Now about the bombing of North Vietnam. Given our terror bombings of Germany and Japan in WWII, it’s a legit question of whether or not there was in Vietnam, an indiscriminate and contrary to the Geneva convention.

            https://biotech.law.lsu.edu/cases/nat-sec/Vietnam/Rolling-Thunder-and-the-Law-of-War.html

            this article examines the question.

            whatever the analysis of that question, it was no business of McCain’s to confessing, and, many inmates were tortured just like him and did not confess. Today many are still alive and do not receive the accolades, just quite retirements, but they know they were stronger than McCain.

  2. Stop making lifer political hacks heroes! McCain was a lifer political hack ever feeding off something that happened to him ages ago.

    1. He wasn’t a lifer. He was 46 when he first ran for public office. The problem was that he just couldn’t stop touring. Four terms in the Senate would have been more than enough. Six was certainly de trop.

  3. MCCAIN KEPT SENATE SEAT

    AS A FAVOR TO LONGTIME STAFFERS

    GIVING THEM PLENTY OF TIME TO TRANSITION

    This is just my theory but I believe it makes sense. Certain staffers have probably been with McCain 20-30 years. By holding his senate seat until death, McCain gave these staffers an entire year to plan their post McCain careers.

    1. Peter Hill – that was nice for the McCain staffers, but he f**ked the people of Arizona. I, personally, will not forgive him!!!!

      1. McCain had no business running in 2016. I personally think politicians should decline a second term after 75. Dianne Feinstein seeks another term at 86! I won’t vote for her. I didn’t consider Bernie Sanders because he’s 6 years older than Hillary. And Hillary would have been too old for a second term.

        Trump, however, is a year older than Hilary. If God forbid he gets a second term, Trump will be older than Reagan was. That’s too old. No president should be over 75.

        1. Peter Shill is an ageist. There are plenty of people who are mentally fit into their nineties. Age isn’t the problem.

          1. There are very few people who are ‘mentally fit’ past 90. Mandatory retirement makes adequate sense and it’s been the law for judges in New York since 1846.

    2. By holding his senate seat until death, McCain gave these staffers an entire year to plan their post McCain careers.

      Makes perfect sense, hold up your state from appointing a functioning Senator so you can run a personal jobs program in hospice care.

      Put down the shovel already. Damn.

    3. McStain held on to his seat because he was an egotist – it has always been about power and prestige for him. Nothing to do with his staffers.

    4. You mean Gov. Ducey appoints a seat-warmer and said seat-warmer cans McCain’s crew and hires all new staff? Or that McCain’s people work for him for 25 years w/o building relationships w/ anyone else on Capitol Hill? Or that a recommendation from McCain isn’t worth squat?

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