McCain: Voting for Hillary a “Tough Choice”, She’s a “Rock Star”

This man isn’t conservative, libertarian, or anything in between. He doesn’t believe in the basic idea of liberty, small government, or a defense-oriented foreign policy. He’s in the wrong party. It’s time to just flat-out say it.

In a lengthy and comprehensive interview with the far-left publication, John McCain says that Hillary is a “rock star”, that she did a great job during Benghazi and the other conflicts, that Obama has “grown in office”, and that if Rand Paul runs against Hillary Clinton, it’ll be a “tough choice” who to vote for.

That some continue to defend John McCain no longer makes sense. The man is seriously admitting that whether he would ever vote for Hillary Clinton is a tough choice. It’s probably impossible to make a bigger “RINO” statement than that.

Quotes From the Interview

Let’s look at the relevant quotes from the interview. “IC” stands for Isaac Chotiner, the interviewer. JC stands for John McCain. Here are the excerpts.

IC: When Hillary Clinton versus Rand Paul occurs in 2016, I guess you are going to have to decide who to vote for, huh?

JM: It’s gonna be a tough choice [laughs].

Note that a big part of what Obama has “learned” recently is “reaching out” to McCain and Graham. This included wining and dining them while Rand Paul was filibustering Obama.

The sheer honesty of being a turncoat is pretty fascinating. He should go the next step and switch parties.

Do you think Obama has grown in office since 2009?

JM: Oh yeah. No doubt.

IC: How so?

JM: He had just won a huge victory in 2009, had overwhelming majorities, he could pass whatever he wanted. That breeds a certain degree of confidence, if not—the word isn’t cocky, it isn’t arrogant—a certain self-assuredness that you don’t have to deal with the minority. I think the big mistake was doing Obamacare when he should have addressed the debt. He had the votes to do it then. That is for historians to decide. He was confident and had reason to be. Here is a young man who, six or seven years before, was a state legislator and had lost a primary for a House seat. I think he has grown to appreciate bipartisanship. He is looking at his legacy. I know that for a fact and it is entirely appropriate. One is, close Guantánamo. It is an unfulfilled commitment. Outreach to me and Lindsey. So yeah, I think he has learned a lot.

Next up, McCain says something so disturbing, it made me wince. Here it is:

IC: Given that you think things are out of control, what do you make of Hillary Clinton’s term as secretary of state?

JM: I think she did a fine job. She’s a rock star. She has, maybe not glamour, but certainly the aura of someone widely regarded throughout the world.

Note that this is AFTER Benghazi. This is AFTER the cover ups and the lies. He thinks she’s a “rock star” who did a “fine job”. I would say it’s “unbelievable”, but we’ve seen this kind of behavior from him before.

He attacked Ted Cruz and Rand Paul as “wacko birds”.

He dined with Obama while Rand and others were filibustering him.

He says the Democrats are a “fine party”.

He says he often has “more in common” with Obama on foreign policy.

He says he’s bringing gun control “back”.

We shouldn’t tolerate such pro-Hillary or pro-Obama behavior in the GOP. If the GOP begins to stand for Hillary and Obama, what’s even the point? John McCain must go.

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