John McCain Will Not Apologize For Calling His Constituents “Crazies”….

mccain disgustAs part of the most progressive alignment within the GOP John McCain has a habit of attacking anyone he politically disagrees with, including his own constituents. Previously he’s called conservatives “Hobbits“, “Jihadists“, “Whacko-birds“, and now “Crazies“.

Because McCain has worked specifically to undermine his own state, the Arizona Republican Party has twice voted to censure McCain for his insufferable work to advance the policies of President Obama.

The resolution condemns McCain “for his continued disservice to our state and nation,” and said state Republican leaders “will no longer support, campaign for or endorse John McCain as our U.S. Senator.”

In this interview today John McCain, refuses to apologize and mentions “town hall meetings”.  It should be noted that McCain cancelled his town halls because he was getting too much backlash from his constituents. 

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72 Responses to John McCain Will Not Apologize For Calling His Constituents “Crazies”….

  1. TwoLaine says:

    How ’bout the rest of the R’s for all the crap they’ve called us, and still are?

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  2. realitycheck says:

    I forgot is McCAin running for President or is he just a distraction?

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  3. hocuspocus13 says:

    McCain is neither… He’s a nobody

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  4. hocuspocus13 says:

    WASHED UP RINO…

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  5. He is stubborn beyond stupid. However, I won’t apologize for NOT thinking he’s a “war hero” either. His effort to be elected president was dismal at best, that’s John McCain, self serving…

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  6. William says:

    When anyone tells Trump he needs to apologize to McCain, Trump should respond that John McCain should act like a man and demand an apology himself, and if McCain did demand one, he, Trump, would apologize only when he, McCain, apologizes to the Arizonans he disparaged calling them crazies. Only then would Trump apologize.

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  7. TwoLaine says:

    My people? A term of endearment? Yeah, right. I call B.S. Lying Slug.

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  8. ctmom says:

    He meant is as a term of endearment. Add another lie to the list.

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  9. booger71 says:

    John McCain is as much a war hero as John Heinz Kerry is

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  10. kinthenorthwest says:

    Because I dare not say too much on here about McCain except that I have way over a page of just web sites on him which does not reflect him as a good Military man, vet or even politician. …Hopefully none of them get Whitewashed. …
    Some are right in saying that McCain is not running but it is McCain, his RINO friends and other GOP do nothing politicians that are leading the ruse to destroy and get rid of Trump.
    I will say this much I am actually very disgusted with DC–too few Cruzes, Treys, Scotts, and the list does go on but not much longer but my memory fails me right now. There are just too few up in DC actually working for the good of America and LEGAL Americans.
    Thank you Sundance on your great work …

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  11. Jett Black says:

    I don’t know anymore if McLame was a war hero or not. If he was, his fall into self-serving, elitist sedition is all the more tragic. There was a brief period when he seemed to take principled stances against waste and metastasizing federal government, but like his survival (distinct from, but not necessarily lesser than active, e.g., LT. Gen. Hal Moore et al.) heroism, that was long ago and far away. If he wasn’t really ever a hero, the fact that he now appears completely washed up and without his own party’s support in his own state is a minor distraction.

    Trump has become the big top, center ring, main attraction. Not what I would’ve expected, but I’m generally liking it. If we can only get Trump to come out with some clear platform/policy pronouncements along strict Constitutionalist lines. Constitutional government of limited powers and rule of law are what gave us secure personal business environments idolized around the world–that is the bedrock his platform needs to rest on.

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    • Jett Black says:

      should’a been “…secure personal and business environments…”

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    • mikayla825 says:

      “I don’t know anymore if McLame was a war hero or not. If he was, his fall into self-serving, elitist sedition is all the more tragic.” ^ This!

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    • sharonknapik says:

      Watching Cuomo & the other host w/ one of Trump’s people today, they were DEMANDED what his ‘plan’ was. A. Far too early to give ANY specifics. B. Anyone with a lick of sense knows you cannot offer a PLAN, without fully understanding the PROBLEMS. Simply knowing wait lists are far too long isn’t sufficient understanding of the problem. The ‘easy’ answer is ‘more funding’ which 99% of the time, just goes into the pit, and nothing improves (unless they change the performance metric goal posts)

      I’m hoping at some point, Trump points out the above and changes yet another absurd aspect of our political process. General ideas, sure. Fully detailed? I’d say the candidate is full of it… or they’ve had a Marxist pal working on it for a long time while sitting in the pen. And it the case of Obamacare, it was never about a solution to a problem. ‘Fundamental transformation’ doesn’t need an accurate assessment phase of an existing entity or program.

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Now there is a soldiers soldier! LTG.(R) Hal Moore. I have never served in any of his Commands, only met him, at lectures, leadership seminars, social functions.

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    • Please excuse me while I laugh. I, too, appreciate Trump’s calling, um, a spade, a spade, but he is no Constitutionalist. He wouldn’t even know what that means. Businessmen, even the most ethical, must learn how to work all the angles (planning dept, public works permits, inspections, tax deductions, etc.) in order to get anything done, or built. “Whatever it takes” is very different from “Serve and protect.”

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  12. beaujest says:

    Benedict Arnold !

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  13. GrimmTale says:

    When the Arizona Veterans Hospital fiasco was outed a few months-almost a year ago, McCain acted as if this was the very first time he’s heard of mishaps, foul-ups, mismanagement, and outright disregard for Vets within the Phoenix hospital. Immediately, I had to ask myself: “Wouldn’t Veterans of Arizona ABSOLUTELY have reached out to McCain as the state’s senator and former POW, to report trouble, and/or inquire about negligent services?” Of course they would have. Of course the media no longer provides ANY investigative journalism, because of course, with that rock unturned, light would have shown brightly on McCain’s disdain toward fellow Vets in that he had done NOTHING to insure the Phoenix AZ hospital ran well. With a Vietnam Vet/POW as the state’s senator, Arizona should have the BEST best best best VA hospital in the nation. But, it was shown to be one of the very worst.
    Also, when this turd has visited USBP in Tucson AZ, he has only done so when it was convenient for HIM, when he felt either his campaign warranted it, or when it was time for him to show his face as a supporter for ILLEGALS (he’s never visited USBP or the border fence without somehow twisting stats and missions into helping or doing something for the illegal…NEVER in support for the BorderPatrol and its mission). He used to say we need to finish building the border wall/fence, but that doesn’t come from HIS lips any longer.
    So…for McCain to push an attack against Trump (for his truthfulness) is hypocritical at best. I hope Mr. Trump NEVER apologizes to this d-bag, he has absolutely no reason to!

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    • Judgy says:

      All excellent points! Also, although apologies are for the most part, a fairly important part of our civilized society, this constant calling for people to Apologize (or else….?) has gotten WAAAAAY out of hand!

      If he didn’t really mean it, & was just being flippant, why should he apologize? On the other hand, if he DOES really believe what he said, why make him apologize, when what they REALLY want is for him TO CHANGE HIS MIND, AND AGREE WITH “THEM”??

      And on top of everything, when an Islamic TERRORIST killed 5 Marines last week, WHY THE HELL IS THIS THE TOP STORY????

      The answer to that is the real problem.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        “what they REALLY want is for him TO CHANGE HIS MIND, AND AGREE WITH “THEM”??”

        Yep, no matter what outrageous thing they say, they expect you to agree. And if you don’t you are raciss or crazie.

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    • sharonknapik says:

      Over the past several days, I’ve read quite a few first person accounts of his constituents sending letters, calling, and trying to arrange an appointment with McCain, or even an aide to discuss the issues. Zip.

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Agree, well stated.

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    • kinthenorthwest says:

      I have heard stories up stories about McCain ignoring one Vet after another.

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  14. TwoLaine says:

    McCain v. Trump: There’s more to the story
    Trump has engaged Republicans weary of the establishment control of the GOP

    https://seeingredaz.wordpress.com/2015/07/20/mccain-v-trump-theres-more-to-the-story/

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  15. georgiafl says:

    Guess we have a stand-off.

    McCain has a long history of tantrums, disrespect and name-calling – victims included his wife, Chelsea Clinton, the President of Nigeria, high-ranking military officers, political opponents as well as his constituents.

    Just hope his aides are very careful about hot mics on the campaign trail this year. If he calls people wacko birds and crazies out loud, what does he say in private?

    Links:
    http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/make-believe-maverick-20081016
    http://www.rawstory.com/news/2008/McCain_temper_boiled_over_in_92_0407.html
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/05/14/should-mccain-apologize-to-nigerias-president/

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    • joanfoster says:

      I have always believed that the McCain marriage was one of mutual convenience. The press has ignored it because Cindy had no political ambitions of her own. Why she has put up with this slimeball for so many years remains a mystery to me. I am glad Trump created the swirl because now we are seeing more and more stories revealing what a complete incompetent ashshat this guy really is.

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  16. Obomination says:

    McShame responds with a bald-faced lie. Shocking.

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  17. texan59 says:

    Someone needs to read a book. 👿

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  18. Socrates says:

    He is as much a friend to veterans as is Hanoi Jane.

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  19. Totally Domestic says:

    Here is a term of endearment: Benedict Arnold II

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  20. Serpentor says:

    Isn’t he up for re-election? If so, is there anything us Treepers can do to stop his automatic re-election? I’d love it if this fake hero could finally be sent to the curb.

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    • GrimmTale says:

      I can’t understand how in the world McCain ends up back in AZ senate time after time.
      But then again…I thought for sure Clinton would never get re-elected, and moreso Obama. Too many voters vote without any knowledge of who/what they’re voting for. I know way to many who vote just to say they’ve voted, but when discussing issues or the person they voted for…not a clue!

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    • jameswlee2014 says:

      McCain will surely be primaried and will not be returning to the Senate in 2016.

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  21. Ray says:

    Paint a trump target on your back in fluorescent yellow and orange and are shocked when he doesn’t fail to notice and then truth bombs the ‘Cain ? YEP

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  22. waltherppk says:

    There is a lot of “war propaganda” stories about not only the Viet Nam War but other wars also. It isn’t that difficult to subject such war stories to some scrutiny and be able to recognize what is war propaganda versus what is plausible to be actual history. The “war hero” story of John McCain is a piece of conspicuous war propaganda which doesn’t require much scrutiny to debunk with regards to the embellishment of that story with the false biographical claim that McCain was “offered” early release “for propaganda purposes” but that McCain somehow “declined” the “offer” so as not to receive any preferential treatment. That incredible (lie) story does not withstand rational scrutiny and it is a story actually contrived “for propaganda purposes” which has twofold purpose in the case of John McCain, [1] war propaganda about invented “heroism” to put the rightly unpopular Viet Nam war itself in a better light as somehow noble and not having been a waste of lives and treasure, and [2] war propaganda to personal inflate and flatter and profit and aggrandize John McCain himself who is of course the “story teller”.

    Was John McCain shot down and suffered wounds and suffered abuse as a POW a true story? Yes, almost certainly true as is true for many other soldiers who may be correctly distinguished as “heroes” as a gratuity or a deserved honor type of identification. However, what about those who embellish and invent stories related to their own experiences as a self aggrandizement meant to create “hero” bona fides BEYOND what is true, as if only what is true is not somehow sufficient? Do such LIARS selling “war propaganda” as an endorsement of THEMSELVES earn deferential respect for some aspect of “heroic character” that is “sacred” or are such deceivers more worthy of skepticism and even contempt for their particular self serving “type” of war propaganda where they are the “hero”?

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    • smiley says:

      very good comment, waltherppk.

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    • Judgy says:

      This! Too bad Trump nor anyone else can get any of it out into the media–it plainly doesn’t fit their inane narrative, and would only be seen as more false “attacks” on Mc Cain.

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      • waltherppk says:

        Oh yeah the propaganda ministries are still doing the hard sell of the “war propaganda” story about “hero” John McCain which would make any person of normal intelligence want to puke rather than becoming a “hero worshiper” like is the propaganda plan.
        Maybe America is overly desperate for heroes, so the bar is low enough for McCain.

        There is a whole lot of crap out there in the way of glorious “war stories”, just pick a myth you like. Are there real war hero stories, for sure there are, (and most of them are about dead heroes), but there are probably a hundred exaggerated and glorified accounts told by every survivor soldier who ever heard a gunshot. It can be as bad as fish stories. I caught one that was this big …..here’s the picture or just trust me ….kodachrome wins every time.

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    • GrimmTale says:

      Every real HERO I’ve run into has been humbled by their event, and their humility gets in the way of boasting. Generally, true heroes are not the one’s bragging and propping themselves up – the opposite is true.

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  23. Alfred E. Neuman says:

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

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  24. Sandra says:

    McCain ignorantly believes Trump to be an impossible-to-elect novelty candidate, like “Nobody for President” or Pat Paulsen. Wasn’t there a dog one year ? And a rock another year ? The latest poll results must make McCain squirm. Turns out he offended a large number of totally sane and serious Republicans. What a dope.

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  25. kinthenorthwest says:

    Interesting Concep Judy
    -So every time someone comes out in the news thats a politician we call them Washington PC…
    So when we talk about Sharpton, Hillary we call the Washington PC..
    Interesting concept—yet I have to say that sounds a bit like the Leftie Washington PC ideology, which I know Trump is trying to get rid of..

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  26. Custer says:

    McCain “the real heroes are the 55,000 that died” sounds like he also ranks lower on the hero scale, those that were captured like himself. McCain not supporting veterans by demanding that Obama to apologize to all veterans for not lowering the White House US flag to half mast after the 4 Marine and one Navy man’s death by Islamic terrorist.

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  27. jackphatz says:

    McCain will be 80 years old if he is sworn in again. It will cost a lot of money to promote an angry old man. How many backers will spend that money–on an 80 years old.
    He has stated he will run but now that he is the donkey of the party he’d be much obliged if he’d say, no more. Trump is not the only one who can gain favor by pinning that tail on McCain as the poster boy of bad politics within the GOP. In fact, they all should if only because it’s the truth. And the ones who don’t/won’t don’t deserve a vote or a debate.

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  28. wasntme says:

    mccain should apologize for his military career as well.

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  29. cruiszn says:

    He should apologize to Hobbits and war heroes for being a LIAR, too. Where’s the fence, hero?

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  30. jameswlee2014 says:

    Here is John McCain lying through his teeth to get elected in 2010. Lying like Obama and your doctor. Listen to him getting all Rambo about the border, only to insult his own constituents who now say the same thing, Watch this:

    Get out of the Senate you liar. We are sick and tired of being insulted by our own public servants.

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