March 5, 2010

Rino Hunting

This morning when I opened Drudge this add was at the top.  I chuckled a little made a mental note to follow up and see what the race was all about and went on to reading the news Mr. Drudge felt important today.  Well a few lines down appears this headline:  J.D. Hayworth's add irks John McCain  Interesting. 
Snippets and comments:

""Ads like this have no place in the Republican primary, and J.D. Hayworth should immediately take it down and apologize," said Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., a strong McCain ally.""

Ha!  I say John McCain has no place in the Republican party.  He has repeatedly violated the basic principles of the party as well as put forth legislation that was in clear violation of the constitution.  He has no place in either party and certainly no part in the Republican Party.  He has only gained notoriety in the media because he has agreed with the left.  As soon as he became a candidate he and his running mate were thrown under the proverbial media bus.

"Wen asked for a response to Kyl's complaint, Hayworth spokesman Jason Rose told AZ/DC: "We respectfully decline the request and would encourage Senator McCain to get a sense of humor. After all, if Sunday's show did have an award for best election year flip-flopping and transparent conservative conversion, the incumbent would surely win the Oscar.""

Oh how right that statement is.  I have seen McCain on the talking head programs the past week or so and he is clearly in a "Redefine Mode"; running and talking as if he were a staunch conservative.  Cough, Cough! RINO!  Leaders lead.  This guy is looking around seeing which way the crowd is running, jumping in front and proclaiming himself the leader.

BTW:  I did vote for McCain's vice president and choked back the vomit. It was kinda like being given a choice to be sot with a .22 or .44 mag.  Both could be lethal but it might have taken a little longer to bleed out.

Update:  Original add, much more racist, snicker, but blue has been the self picked color of the Dem's for some time now.


  1. I have total respect for the Senator. He has bravely served his county. However, he needs to stop trying to get along with everyone and stand up to the liberal/progressives as he did with the communist during the time he was a prisoner. This continual crossing of the isle has to stop. I for one am glad he is taken to task and needs to won up for his deeds.

  2. Respect for his service, Yes. Respect for hanging tough while in the Hanoi Hilton. You bet. Respect for his flexible view on the bill of rights. F-NO! This in and of it's self is grounds for tar and feathers. He sponsored a bill that not only limited speech, but specifically political speech. But wait there's more. He limited corporations, and are not corporations one or more people assembled to do business? Another violation. But wait there's more!
    And is not a political ad a method to petition the government for grievances?

    Did he not swear to defend the constitution, when commissioned and then again when he became an elected official?
    And then sponsors/writes legislation that is contrary to the constitution and subsequently overturned by SCOTUS.

    What part of "Congress shall make no law..." did he not understand? He is a smart guy he must just be "Morally Flexible".

    Because of this he has to go. He has violated the peoples trust and can not be counted on to act constitutionally.

    1st text for ref.

    "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

  3. BruHa,

    at least the Supreme Court set it all straight. This is sending all of the Liberals scrambling like cockroaches when the lights come on. No longer will just the POS unions be the only ones to sponsor candidates. Now is pay back from all the "fat cat" bakers and rich executives.