Meet the new guy - who surprisingly

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Meet the new guy - who surprisingly
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Wed, 08-25-2010 - 12:26am

looks like the old guy - Yawn....

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Wed, 08-25-2010 - 12:34am
That says more about the Tea Party than it does about McCain. Was there any doubt that McCain was going to win this? Since a Democrat doesn't have a chance in Arizona, I'd rather have McCain than Hayworth...not that either one seems very good.

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Wed, 08-25-2010 - 12:41am
I guess at one point Hayworth was ahead but then
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Wed, 08-25-2010 - 8:07am
We'll see if the same thing happens in Nevada.
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Registered: 01-22-2000
Wed, 08-25-2010 - 8:58am

Not a fan of McCain(R-ino). He is an imposter as a conservative. I dont care for his pretend switch on immigration.


Saying those things, I am not surprised, in the least, about his overwhelming win.

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Registered: 10-28-2009
Wed, 08-25-2010 - 9:23am
McCain is a conservative...maybe not conservative enough for some, but certainly a conservative. I don't get the need to classify people as "RINOs" if they aren't conservative enough. They are still conservative.
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Wed, 08-25-2010 - 10:01am

I disagree. He was a sweetheart republican of the left for yrs. There is surely some reason for this. He is about as "conservative" as Arnold.


I have no problem with him being who he is. I just object to him changing face and being labelled by himself, or others, as a conservative.

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Registered: 10-28-2009
Wed, 08-25-2010 - 10:08am
He is a conservative, but a palatable one for Democrats because he isn't so far to the right that he is unreasonable. Well, that used to be the case until his run for President. I don't know about other Democrats, but I don't have a problem voting for a Republican if I think they can get the job done and are the best person for the position. Unfortunately, Republican candidates lately have gone so far to the right that I can't vote for any of them. Maybe they'll reach the point where they become more centrist again.
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Registered: 05-29-2003
Wed, 08-25-2010 - 10:30am

Not a fan either. People probably voted for him due to his notoriety.. I mean, everyone knows McCain. I wouldn't exactly say it's the "Tea Party " influence when candidates have won due to the Tea Party.


In fact, Sarah Palin backed John McCain so maybe it says more about Palin than it does McCain.

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Registered: 05-29-2003
Wed, 08-25-2010 - 10:37am
John McCain wins Arizona Republican primary

Former presidential candidate triumphs against Tea Party-backed talkshow host with a little help from Sarah Palin


http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/aug/25/john-mccain-wins-arizona-primary

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Wed, 08-25-2010 - 10:50am

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Romney has a bit of the same issue for me.

 


 


I disagree with you, but I'm pretty sure

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