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Trump Humiliates McCain With 9 Brutal Words, And True Patriots Are Cheering

Senator John McCain has a problem, and he is a problem.

We are all saddened by his serious illness, one which might well end his time in the Senate before his term is concluded.

In fact, there are those who believe he should step down now to focus on his treatment. But that seems unlikely.

That would be his problem. However, he also presents a problem in that he is a very unreliable ally of the Republic Party.

Although he is a Republican, he is certainly not a conservative, has a penchant for wanting to start wars, and is dedicated to obstructing the president who happens to be from his own party.

No amount of sympathy for his medical condition should cause one to ignore the fact that he is a confirmed neocon, and as such is often an enemy of the conservative cause.

His latest stunt is to oppose the bill currently in the Senate to repeal and replace Obamacare. That it was authored in part by his close ally and fellow neocon, Senator Lindsey Graham, does not move him.

Perhaps his opposition is the result of his spiteful attitude toward President Trump, but the president is correct when he stated that Mr. McCain never had any intention of voting for the current Obamacare repeal bill.

Via Breitbart:

“Sen. John McCain revealed in a statement on Friday that he will oppose the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill, effectively halting Obamacare repeal in the Senate. McCain said:

‘I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal.'”

It might be impolite, but one might question whether McCain actually has a conscience.

This seems to be classic McCain: He gets to be the one vote who makes the difference, thereby obstructing the president and feeding his ego.

“On Saturday, Trump charged that McCain never intended to vote for the Obamacare repeal bill and that he let Arizona and his best friend, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), down by opposing a bill that Graham has pushed for months to renew Republicans’ efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.”

President Trump turned loose a Tweet-Storm:

“President Trump then argued that Sens. Murkowski and Paul can save the day to repeal Obamacare; the Senate needs both of their votes and Vice President Mike Pence to break the tie to pass an Obamacare repeal bill through the Senate.”

This is an asinine situation.

When they knew it would never get signed by then President Obama, the Republicans in the House passed bills to repeal Obamacare umpteen times.

Now with Republican majorities in both houses, the filibuster rule in the Senate not applicable for the rest of this week, and a Republican in the White House, they cannot repeal and replace Obamacare?

McCain is not obstructing this based on principles or his alleged “good conscience.” This is out of spite and smallness of character.

Arizona ought to recall and replace Senator McCain. Immediately.

Source: Breitbart

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