McCain Reprimands GOP Who Opposed Hillary Clinton

Saturday, January 24, 2009


Never mind that she is constitutionally forbidden from being Secretary of State!

McCain, affectionately known by the liberal media as "Maverick," became outraged when Republican Sen. John Cornyn tried to delay Hillary's confirmation. Hillary refused to give disclosure about foreign donors to former president Bill Clinton's "charitable" foundation. Clinton identified over 200,000, but will not identify the foreign investors who paid the charity windfall prices to pay for stock in a struggling Internet firm with links to the Chinese government.


You think that might be important to know?

McCain publicly upbraided Republicans for the attempt at a delay vote. He said, "I think the message that the American people are sending us now is they want us to work together and get to work." Here's my question: Did McCain just want to help corrupt Democrats all along?

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1 comments:

Euripides said...

This points to precisely why conservatives just couldn't get behind McCain in the last election. Maverick? Loose cannon is more like it.

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