By Red Pill  |  09-22-2017   News
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Surprise Surprise America! You didn't think the GOP would actually accomplish something, did you?

Not with John McCain in office! Arizona voters, you suck for the re-election of McCuckold (Seriously why would you vote for this guy he's trash).

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I cannot in good conscience vote for Graham-Cassidy. A bill impacting so many lives deserves a bipartisan approach. <a href="https://t.co/2sDjhw6Era">https://t.co/2sDjhw6Era</a> <a href="https://t.co/30OWezQpLg">pic.twitter.com/30OWezQpLg</a></p>&mdash; John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) <a href="https://twitter.com/SenJohnMcCain/status/911290557191921664">September 22, 2017</a></blockquote>

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I have told you all before that <a href="https://thegoldwater.com/news/6834-Yes-John-McCain-is-a-Traitor-and-Yes-his-Great-Great-Grandfather-is-tied-to-the-Ku-Klux-Klan ">John McCain is a traitor and a liar</a> who does whatever he can to hurt President Trump and the GOP as well as America.

The corrupt globalist Senator from Arizona, John McCain released the following statement on his reasons to subvert progress in America:

<blockquote>"As I have repeatedly stressed, health care reform legislation ought to be the product of regular order in the Senate. Committees of jurisdiction should mark up legislation with input from all committee members, and send their bill to the floor for debate and amendment. That is the only way we might achieve bipartisan consensus on lasting reform, without which a policy that affects one-fifth of our economy and every single American family will be subject to reversal with every change of administration and congressional majority.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>"I would consider supporting legislation similar to that offered by my friends Senators Graham and Cassidy were it the product of extensive hearings, debate and amendment. But that has not been the case. Instead, the specter of September 30th budget reconciliation deadline has hung over this entire process.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>"We should not be content to pass health care legislation on a party-line basis, as Democrats did when they rammed Obamacare through Congress in 2009. If we do so, our success could be as short-lived as theirs when the political winds shift, as they regularly do. The issue is too important, and too many lives are at risk, for us to leave the American people guessing from one election to the next whether and how they will acquire health insurance. A bill of this impact requires a bipartisan approach.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>"Senators Alexander and Murray have been negotiating in good faith to fix some of the problems with Obamacare. But I fear that the prospect of one last attempt at a strictly Republican bill has left the impression that their efforts cannot succeed. I hope they will resume their work should this last attempt at a partisan solution fail.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>"I cannot in good conscience vote for the Graham-Cassidy proposal. I believe we could do better working together, Republicans and Democrats, and have not yet really tried. Nor could I support it without knowing how much it will cost, how it will effect insurance premiums, and how many people will be helped or hurt by it. Without a full CBO score, which won't be available by the end of the month, we won't have reliable answers to any of those questions.”</blockquote>

<blockquote>"I take no pleasure in announcing my opposition. Far from it. The bill's authors are my dear friends, and I think the world of them. I know they are acting consistently with their beliefs and sense of what is best for the country. So am I.” </blockquote>

<blockquote>"I hope that in the months ahead, we can join with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to arrive at a compromise solution that is acceptable to most of us, and serves the interests of Americans as best we can."</blockquote>

That's right, Senator Lindsay Graham, your own partner-in-crime who you continue to stand beside against the President of the United States of America has betrayed you.

Steve Dellar

With McCain's new announcement it now leaves GOP leadership with no room for success in most cases unless they can somehow muster support from those who stood against it.

For Graham's bill to be a success they will now need 50 GOP senators to support the legislation, which would let Vice President Mike Pence break a tie, and that seems incredibly unlikely thanks to McCuckold once again.

While the bill was not anything to applaud, as Rand Paul pointed out it's always McCain who does whatever he can to hurt President Trump out of pure spite.

He's a evil man, make no mistake about it.

McCain then laughably said he “took no pleasure” in opposing the bill, which we know is complete nonsense, he's somewhere right now as you're reading this, with his fists clenched tightly, nodding his head in a rocking chair looking like the demonic entity that he is.

The world cannot wait for John McCain to retire, and that's a fact.

Source:

https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/22/senator-john-mccain-says-he-cannot-support-graham-cassidy-obamacare-repeal-bill.html

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Anonymous No. 8532 1506154088

Just like Hillary. He lost and can't get over it. Now he has to pick on Trump supporters. Tsk, tsk, tsjk.

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