Is getting stabbed in the back covered by your insurance, Arizona?


Well, try not to be too shocked my friends. But John McCain stabbed his voters in the back again.

Tell me, Arizona. Are back-stabs covered in your sub-par Obamacare plan with that super-high premium and even higher deductible?

I’m guessing no.

More than likely getting stabbed in the back by John McCain is one thing you’ll have to pay out of pocket — unlike his cancer treatment which, of course, is fully covered.

Ah, the benefits of not having to live under the same insurance law the rest of us are saddled with.

And let’s be honest. Nobody is surprised McCain stabbed us in the back.

But McCain’s latest excuse defies reason.

You see, John is holding out for a bipartisan effort with the Democrats.

But how in Lucifer’s reach do you find a middle ground with people who want single-payer “Medicare for All?”

The Democrats’ idea of “bipartisan” is Republicans caving to what the Democrats want.

There’s an episode of Gilmore Girls where Sookie and Lorelai are making the final plans for Sookie’s wedding. And Sookie asks Lorelai to invite her parents Emily and Richard Gilmore.

Oh, Sookie, you are way too sweet.

What? She went to all that trouble to help me plan
the first phase of the wedding.

The crazy phase of the wedding.

It was still sweet and I appreciated it. I mean, if it
wasn’t for your mother, I never would’ve settled
on the color pink.

Why is that?

Well, I wanted yellow and she said no.

And that, my friends, is how the Democrats do bipartisanship.

Trust me, McCain knows there will never be a bipartisan “fix” for Obamacare.

He might as well have said, “The only bill I will vote for is the one written by the fluffy, rainbow-colored unicorn that visits me in my drug-induced stupor.”

No. John McCain isn’t looking for a better bill or a more bipartisan bill.

Instead, John is looking for payback and praise.

Like any dying man, he has a bucket list.

And number one on that list is getting back at Donald Trump.

This vindictive old codger isn’t just being eaten by cancer.

He is also being devoured by bitterness and bile.

And if it’s the last thing he does, he will get back at Donald Trump — even if that means stabbing his voters in the back.

But that’s not all.

McCain is also looking for validation and praise from the mainstream news media.

To be fair, he’s always been looking for that.

But now that he’s not long for this world, it’s become even more important to him.

After all, they’re the ones who will be writing his obituaries.

And McCain knows the best way to secure fawning, praiseworthy tributes is to side with the progressive Left.

Come on. You know I’m right.

At the end of the day, John McCain is a suck-up and a petty, vindictive old fart.

And despite what McCain claimed yesterday, this decision to vote against Graham/Cassidy has nothing to do with “good conscience.”

Instead it was the decision of a bitter, angry old coot motivated by a petty grudge and an obsessive need for validation from the Leftwing media.

And isn’t that exactly what he’s gotten?

If the decision boils down to keeping his campaign promises or getting lavish praise from the Left, Johnny boy, always chooses praise.

It certainly wasn’t the first time.

And depending on how long it is before he is on the other side of the grass, I’m sure it won’t be the last.

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5 thoughts on “Is getting stabbed in the back covered by your insurance, Arizona?

  • September 23, 2017 at 10:46 am

    And depending on how long it is before he is on the other side of the grass, I’m sure it won’t be the last.

    Can’t be soon enough for me.

  • September 23, 2017 at 11:09 am

    Fake war hero. He’s a loser who doomed us to suffer under Obama after running a shitty campaign. Good riddance, you warmonger.

  • September 23, 2017 at 2:10 pm

    He’s p-o’ed at Trump for calling him out on his war record during the campaign. He will obstruct forever anything Trump offers. Holding a grudge is about all his hands can do except for saluting (as you pictured) his fellow Americans.

  • September 23, 2017 at 5:31 pm

    Okay, John, I’ll concede your desire for bipartisanship in healthcare financing. But let’s remember that Obamacare was passed not under regular order and without a single republican vote. So in the spirit of bipartisanship, let’s repeal it and work on something together.

  • September 24, 2017 at 4:49 am

    Talk about some election rigging, Arizona McStain is A1A at it! Reason being is I have a hard time understanding a state that gave us Sheriff Joe would also give us McCAIN, over and over and over some fine people who ran against him! I was totally Independent and did not vote for him, not even with my affection for his running mate. I come up and out of the ‘Nam era and I have never, ever liked nor cared for Johnny Boy, saw through all his crap way back then. To the good people of Arizona, I am so sorry your vote did not count! If and when he is pushing up daisies, maybe you can get us a good Republican Senator. Holding my breath that they can’t come up with a ‘miracle cure’ any time soon. After all he is one of the sewer rats in DC and you know how they take care of their own.

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