McRINO and Romney were together yesterday trying to convince everyone that they’ve made amends from the past presidential election with McRINO’s and Huckabee’s Cut-Throat plans the duo had together to get rid of Romney…guess they think we all have short memories as they kiss and make-up on the campaign trail yesterday.
Here’s a summary via The Blaze:
Sen. John McCain on Wednesday endorsed Mitt Romney in the race for the GOP presidential nomination, nearly four years after beating him out in the Republican primary process in the 2008.
“It is with some nostalgia that I turn to this place I love so well,” McCain said, standing next to Romney at a New Hampshire town hall. “To make sure that we make Mitt Romney the next president of the United States of America.”
Fresh off his Tuesday win in the Iowa caucuses, Romney accepted McCain‘s endorsement and praised him as one of America’s heroes and a great friend.
The Arizona senator trumpeted Romney’s foreign policy stance, vowing, “No one will ever say that Mitt Romney will lead from behind,” a slam against President Barack Obama, of whom McCain has been deeply critical.
“He will lead from the front as Ronald Reagan did, not from behind as this president [Barack Obama] does,” McCain said.
McCain remains popular in New Hampshire, having won the state’s presidential primary in 2000 and 2008. New Hampshire Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte has also endorsed Romney.
And then we have this wonderful bunch of garbage from McAmnesty as well…check this out, it’s from Mediaite, here’s their summary:
Appearing on MSNBC’s The Daily Rundown, John McCain bluntly told Chuck Todd, that the Republican Party had to “fix our problems with the Hispanics.”
Todd had asked McCain if Arizona was in play. The Arizona Senator took a long breath, pausing for five seconds to regain his composure before telling Todd it could be soon an electoral battleground.
“I think that if not this election cycle, the demographics are that Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, even Texas will all be in play,” McCain opined.
“And if Republicans don’t fix the problem?” Todd followed up.
“Yes, yes. We have to fix our problems with the Hispanics,” McCain acknowledged.
“And it starts where?” Todd asked.
“It starts with a way to address the issue of immigration in a humane and caring fashion, at the same time emphasizing the need to secure our borders because of the drug cartels and the people who transport people across our border and treat them terribly,” McCain replied.
I don’t know about all of you…but through my ‘Viewfinder in Life’ I call what Romney’s doing with McCain by his side as ‘Stuck on Stupid!’… but that’s just me, some of you may see this as good strategy.
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