McCain: A Name You Can Trust

Even in death, John McCain lives up to his reputation as a petty, vengeful,
spiteful, inconsiderate, hostile, and inconsiderate man. Obvious, with a family who share these same traits.

If any of you check Drudge, you’ll find that at one point, he still had this story as his headline: “Palin Excluded from McCain Funeral.” Does this family have a clue that there are a lot of people that don’t know the facts available about John McCain’s life? Many have no clue he’s not the end all of “heroes” and has a seriously questionable past. Those are the folks who are going to really wonder, “WTF??” Sarah Palin may not be at the top of their list of favorite Republicans, but she was his running mate when he ran for President. What a bunch of 7th graders he and his family look like.

And to think, the Republican Governor of Arizona will in all likelihood, appoint McStain’s wife Cindy to finish out his term in the U.S. Senate. Don’t you just love these families that keep giving and giving and giving? So much that we’re all sick to death of them. There’s the Kennedy’s at the top of the heap. Just go away. Then there are the Bush’s, Clinton’s, Cuomo’s, a host of others, and now it appears the McCain’s. I wish they’d ALL go away.

At least we have the positive side of the whole story. McStain is taking a LONG dirt nap. Say hello to Uncle Ho when you see him John.

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5 Responses to McCain: A Name You Can Trust

  1. BobF says:

    Let’s hope the governor has a set of balls and doesn’t appoint his wife to fill his seat.

    McCain and his family don’t like Palin. She energized his campaign and it was because of her he got the number of votes he did. The McCains are a vain family and can’t stand the fact it was Palin the people loved and not McCain.

    The worse thing about his dying is we now have to listen to everyone fawn all over him with these sick syrupy speeches.

  2. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    I’m getting diabetes from all the sychophanic adulation.

  3. Leonard Jones says:

    If McStain harbors animosity for Sarah Palin, it further erodes my opinion of
    him. There are two things about McStain’s history I find interesting. First,
    he got his ass stomped by Ubangi in 2000 and I never saw him do anything
    but fellate the Kenyan communist for 8 years. In contrast, his vicious hatred
    for President Trump was all consuming. There is something more to the
    Songbird than being a poor loser and a raging egotistical and malignant
    narcissist. It had to be ideological. He was not a RINO, but a RINO on

    On to Palin. The speculation is that he blamed her for his loss. The reality
    is that Palin breathed life into his campaign by energizing the conservative
    base and the TEA party. If the stiff had chosen anyone else, Ubangi’s
    2 to 1 electoral landslide would have become a blowout of Michael
    Dukakis proportions.

    Ubangi will deliver McStain’s eulogy (if his teleprompter works) and the
    pallbearers will be a who’s who of deep state Democrats according to the
    media. He invited a radical communist but not a president that is to the
    right of Ronald Reagan? He was more than broken at the Hanoi Hilton,
    he was turned!

  4. bogsidebunny says:

    Admiral McCain, from what I hear was a nasty fuck so why shouldn’t his little brat be any different.





  5. redneckgeezer says:

    Saw this in a comment on the Conservative Treehouse and it seems appropriate in so many ways:

    “Will Rogers never met John McCain.”

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