Recall John McCain

John McCain has got to go. Colorado recalled two state senators because of their opposition to the Second Amendment. It wasn’t too long ago that Gray Davis, the former governor of California, was recalled. This is evidence that a state-wide recall can happen if the voters are ticked off enough.

Some recall elections fail. There was an attempt to recall Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin. Conservatives turned out and Walker beat Tom Barrett 53.1% to 46.3%. That’s another good sign that when conservatives rally around a candidate who stands for and on conservative principles can win.

Those of us in other states will help fund any recall effort. This website and others associated with it will get behind the recall.

Please, do America a favor and recall McCain.

Ted Cruz and a few other elected GOP senators are trying to save America from the brink of financial ruin by stopping ObamaCare from going into effect. After a valiant filibuster effort, John McCain took it upon himself to attack the courageous senator from Texas.

It was hideous.

McCain’s argument is that the voters have spoken on ObamaCare by reelecting the president. It’s a leap in logic to claim that a vote for Obama was a vote for ObamaCare. If that’s so, then why did many Republican Congressmen get reelected because of their opposition to ObamaCare? Don’t their votes count?

It’s obvious that if the president’s reelection means that whatever he proposes must be supported, then there’s no need for an opposition party. This means John McCain isn’t needed in the Senate; therefore, it’s time for him to go back home.

If all he’s going to do is rubber stamp what the Democrats pass into law, then he’s not needed. We have the Democrats for that. It’s no wonder that McCain’s attack on Cruz and support of the Democrats is said to be “the Democratic response.”

There’s no doubt that many people voted for Obama because of ObamaCare. But did they know what it was and its long-term consequences? McCain said in his response to Cruz, “elections have consequences.” I agree, and so do legislative acts like a national overall of healthcare.

We know that the majority of those who voted for the 2700-page legislation never read it. Nancy Pelosi told us so: “We have to pass the bill so you can find out what’s in it, away for the fog of the controversy.”

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Sure people voted for a president who claimed that some people would get free healthcare, and the cost of healthcare would go down for everybody else. Low-information voters and those already not paying a dime in federal taxes would jump at the chance at that kind of legislation.

But it’s not turning out that way. Reports are coming in from around the country that ObamaCare is leading to layoffs and a rise in healthcare costs, and that’s before it’s been implemented.

We don’t know the long-term consequences of ObamaCare. What government program has ever come in on budget?

So please, Arizona, recall John McCain before it’s too late. I’m ready to contribute.