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McCain Claims Rand Paul ‘is now working for Vladimir Putin’

McCain Claims Rand Paul ‘is now working for Vladimir Putin’

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Yes, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) claimed on the Senate floor that Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) now works for Russian President Vladimir Putin because Paul voted against allowing Montenegro into NATO:

McCain tried to call up the treaty and warned that anyone blocking it would be helping Russia maintain its influence over the small country across the Adriatic Sea from Italy.

“If there’s objection, you are achieving the objectives of Vladimir Putin,” McCain warned. “If they object, they are now carrying out the desires and ambitions of Vladimir Putin, and I do not say that lightly.”

McCain noted that Paul objected and left the floor without talking about his vote. According to McCain, one can only conclude that Paul has no argument or justification for his vote.

“So I repeat it again. The senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”

Without hesitation, Paul quickly defended his decision:

Paul released a statement after the incident that said the huge and growing national debt is why the U.S. should not take on any additional commitments around the world.

“Currently, the United States has troops in dozens of countries and is actively fighting in Iraq, Syria, Libya, and Yemen (with the occasional drone strike in Pakistan),” Paul said. “In addition, the United States is pledged to defend 28 countries in NATO.”

“It is unwise to expand the monetary and military obligations of the United States given the burden of our $20 trillion debt,” he said.


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Time for your meds, Grandpa!

McCain may or may not have collaborated with the Communists when he was in the Hanoi Hilton, but he certainly was brain damaged. He should have gone directly to retirement when he came home.

    He actually did collaborate – most of the accounts of other POWs indicated that McCain was easily broken. The guy should have never been put in a fighter jet. But for his flag-rank father, he would never have qualified.

    Being afflicted with a world class case of Stockholm Syndrome, he’s not qualified as a senator, either.

    ConradCA in reply to bob sykes. | March 17, 2017 at 5:43 am

    McCain is collaborating with the communists in our country.

McCain has been a maverick of political correctness, engaging in social justice adventurism from Libya to Syria to Ukraine. He should thank the Russians for having the courage and resources to mitigate Obama’s Catastrophic Anthropogenic Immigration Reform.

Congratulations on that still photo, it captures Mcstain’s full crazy.

Demented MSM whore.

1. What have they got on him?

2. Who are “they”?

I seem to remember something about Senators not being permitted to personally attack other Senators on the floor, or does that only apply to sane ones?

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to georgfelis. | March 15, 2017 at 8:19 pm

    That rule does not apply to Leftists in practice. So since McCain can be depended upon to vote with the Democrats on anything of import, he is protected.

McCain is such a leftist, up to and including poorly-conceived attempts at Alinsky-esque ridicule and accusing anyone and everyone of “TREASON!!! Aiding the enemy!!!”

All for the “crime” of … disagreeing with McCain.

If that sounds familiar, it’s because his behavior precisely mirrors the behavior of every SJW on every leftist university campus in the country, when the “special snowflakes” encounter conservative thoughts and ideas.

Arizona voters need to replace him. Feel free to vote in the Democrat, if that’s what it takes; it won’t make much of a difference.

If he were an animal, we’d put him down as an act of compassion.

Get this idiot a couple of ball bearings and a bowl of strawberries and sit him in the corner.

He’s flippin’ nuts!

The man is seriously acting deranged. Maybe his keepers should gently lead him back home.

Time to go, Senator. You’ve far outlived your usefulness and have fallen prey to advanced dementia.

Bucky Barkingham | March 16, 2017 at 7:51 am

It was reported that McRino’s voice was trembling as he accused Sen Paul of treason on the Senate floor. McRino cannot abide anyone who opposes him. In an earlier day the Tennessee Senator would have challenged the Arizona Senator to a duel for his accusation. McRino needs an intervention.

It’s not about McC or Paul. It’s about RUSSIA, and IMHO Putin is not a friend of America and not to be trusted.

McCain is an embarrassment. He completely lacks judgement and the ability to reason. Remember when he flew to Syria and posed with terrorists? Later at Obama’s request he and his mini-me Grahamnesty flew to Egypt after Morsi was ousted to conduct diplomacy for the administration and he was universally despised by the Egyptians who couldn’t understand why he, and the administration in general, were supporting hated terrorists (we need to follow many Muslim countries’ lead and declare the MB and their US front groups foreign terrorist organizations).

McCain has a thing for Islamic terrorists, it seems.

His most embarrassing moment, I thought, was in 2014 when he held up Robert Work’s appointment as Assistant Secretary of Defense. He kept chewing Work out over the fact DoD procurement programs were consistently long delayed and over-budget. Work, who had been Undersecretary of the Navy since 2009, despite being and Obama appointee has earned a reputation for competence. It was high comedy to watch McCain try to hold Work accountable for the delays and cost over-runs. If McCain wanted to see who was responsible for those all he had to do was look in a mirror. That demented fossil has been on the Senate Armed Services Committee since 1987. Most of those delays and cost over-runs didn’t occur on Work’s watch. All of them occurred on McCain’s watch. McCain and the rest of the Senators on that committee confirmed every single official who was responsible and never held them accountable. The Armed Services Committee never had a problem as schedule slipped. The Senate always paid for the cost over-runs. By the time Work came onboard everything McCain just sat by and let happen was already baked into the cake.