Rand Paul’s Latest Big Endorsement

Senator Rand Paul is running for President in 2016, he is one of three viable candidates in the GOP Field (Ted Cruz and Scott Walker round out the list).  Last week, Senator Paul received the best endorsement to date. I should point out, I doubt that is how the statement was intended.

Senator John McCain, you know the guy who successfully defeated Barack Obama in 2008…. oh sorry, the man who was trampled by Barack Obama on his way to the White House, declared on Wednesday April 22nd, that Senator Rand Paul was the worst of the 20 individuals competing for the GOP nomination.  Senator McCain said that he has “no doubt”  Rand Paul is at the bottom of the GOP field. Senator McCain’s comments about Rand Paul have really changed my thoughts about not only Senator Paul, but the entire Republican Primary.  Honestly after hearing Senator McCain denounce Rand Paul how could you do anything other than stand with Rand?

When I hear progressive like John McCain attack Rand Paul all I can think is “shut up and sit down”. The miserable Senator from Arizona John McCain is a back stabbing progressive thug who quite honestly would be far more comfortable in the Democrat Party than in the GOP.  He is a dinosaur, a relic of a bygone age, he represents everything that is wrong with the Republican Party. He is a big government progressive who would rather throw the country under a bus than give up an ounce of the power that the federal government has usurped from the States and the People.

Honestly what makes John McCain think that he has any creditability when it comes to who should be the Republican Candidate in the 2016 Presidential Race? Perhaps it comes from his long record of winning presidential races? I mean look at his track record, look how well he did when he ran for President in 2000.  His policy of attacking conservative community leaders, and his “maverick” attitude managed to win him seven out of 50 state in the Republican Primary. Seven, one of which just happened to be his home state, so, really he managed to impress people in only six states.  But hey they were six power house deeply conservative states, that prove that he knows how to win. States like Michigan, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont. I mean with these “deeply” conservative states swinging his way it is no wonder he won the 2000 GOP Nomination… wait he didn’t win did he…. no George W. Bush won.

Okay so he lost in 2000, but it was a close race, I mean 43 to seven, he gave it a good show.  Now of course we all know that with that resounding success under his belt he would run again in 2008, I mean he clearly carried the banner for conservatives within the GOP. Oh and run he did.  Senator McCain ran on a platform of “bipartisan cooperation”, “Being able to reach a crossed the aisle”, oh and my favorite his reputation as being the “Maverick of the Senate”.  Now we all know that McCain won the GOP Nomination in 2008, and that was clearly because he was the most qualified candidate…. right…. I mean it had nothing to do with the Establishment (people who he ran against in 2000) feared having a candidate like Romney.  His victory in 2008 had nothing to do with Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, and Ron Paul splitting the conservative vote making allowing him to walk to victory.  But I digress.

So he won the primary in 2008, he then went on to become the 44th President of The United States….. wait sorry I forgot he lost in a landslide election to Barack Obama.  I mean Senator McCain did about as well against Barack Obama as he did against George W. Bush in 2000.  President Obama won 365 electoral votes to McCain’s 173.  So President Obama more than doubled the electoral votes, I mean honestly, does that really disqualify John McCain as a legitimate figure for discussing presidential politics?

Oh let us not forget that Senator McCain also back the highly successful campaign of Mitt Romney in 2012…. errr…. well Romney did do much better against President Obama than McCain did.  I mean Romney had to run against a seated President, and did better than McCain who was running against a complete political unknown, but honestly can you hold that against the guy?

Senator John McCain is a disgrace to the United States Senate. He will stab Republicans in the back the first chance he gets, if he thinks it will help him politically.  He’s thrown Sarah Palin, his one time running mate, under the bus several times because he thought it would give him a political edge.  Progressive scum like John McCain have no right, no creditability, no logical argument that lends any of their view points about presidential politics any form of legitimacy.

Basically John McCain telling the American People that Rand Paul is the worst Republican Candidate is akin to Chris Christie praising Weight Watchers for his success at losing weight.  President Obama has a better chance at winning a golf game than Senator McCain does of picking a winning candidate for President.

So when I hear progressive scum bags like John McCain say that Rand Paul is the worst candidate in the Republican field, I take note, I listen.  Because if the Spineless Backstabbing Dis-Honorable Senator from Arizona John McCain loathes him, well than he is probably the best bet that the GOP has as winning the White House. More importantly however, sense the Miserable Senator from Arizona John McCain despises Rand Paul,  I can only conclude that Senator Paul is the best man for the job when it comes to restoring this great nation to its former glory.

When I hear progressives like John McCain go after someone like Rand Paul, I know it is because they fear him, they fear what he can do.  Senator Paul is a clear and present threat to the Old Washington Order.  He is a man who is willing to go after the sacred cafes of the Establishment.  He is a man who can unite the nation, and destroy a century of progressive ground work designed to keep us fighting amongst ourselves while rats each away at our liberty and freedom.

So John McCain says that Rand Paul is the worst,  if you are a conservative that can only mean one thing,  Stand with Rand.


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