McCain Claims “Spate” Of People Are Urging Him To Run For President Again

November 11, 2013 12:54 pmViews: 1524

Please Senator McCain don't run again


We can't even imagine what a disaster it would be not only for conservativism, but also for the entire country, but Senator John McCain says that plenty of people are urging him to run for President again.

Who exactly thinks that's a good idea?

We think highly of McCain's military service to our nation and his years of captivity by the North Vietnamese during the war, but please, for the sake of all that is decent, please don't run for President again. From McCain suspending his campaign over the financial meltdown to his underwhelming performances in the presidential debates with Barack Obama, it was a circus of lackluster RINO establishment baloney that got this guy as the Republican nominee for President and the reason we now have a community organizer as the Commander in Chief.

And now with McCain's sellout of conservative principles and suck up to Obama and Obamacare, a McCain run for president would be a disaster.

Please God, make it STOP!

Read more below from AZ Central:

Since his statesman-like role in the recent partisan fight over government funding, U.S. Sen. John McCain says he has been encouraged to make a third run for the White House in 2016.

However, McCain, the 2008 Republican nominee, laughed off the suggestion with a favorite line of former U.S. Rep. Morris Udall, even as he contemplates seeking a sixth term as senator from Arizona. McCain ran for president in 2000 but lost in the GOP primaries to then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush.

“Particularly since the shutdown, I’ve had a spate of e-mails and letters and phone calls saying, ‘Run for president again,’ ” McCain told The Arizona Republic. “As you know, I’m seriously thinking about running for re-election to the Senate. But I think, in the words of the late Morris K. Udall, as far as my presidential ambitions are concerned, ‘The people have spoken — the bastards.’ ”

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