McCain: Palin Didn’t Quit, She Changed her Priorities

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was on Meet the Press today, and when the topic of his 2008 running mate Sarah Palin's resignation as Alaska governor came up. McCain defended Palin, and claimed that she didn't quit. He said, "Oh, I don't think she quit. I think she changed her priorities." He also said that Palin didn't break a promise to her supporters by resigning.

McCain Calls for Action against Iran

2008 Republican nominee, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) once again demonstrated his itchy trigger finger today by calling for US action against Iran due to the dubious outcome of their recent presidential election. While appearing on Fox News, McCain said, "It really is a sham that they've pulled off, and I hope that we will act."

McCain Won’t Endorse Palin for 2012

John McCain was on Meet the Press today, and he gave an interesting answer when he was asked about supporting Sarah Palin for 2012. He only said that Palin should compete, and talked about all the good candidates the GOP has for 2012. He gave a let's wait and see answer to supporting Palin.

Georgia Runoff: Democrats Unveil Ad Using McCain against Chambliss

ImageAs John McCain prepares to stump for Sen. Saxby Chambliss today, ahead of the US Senate runoff in Georgia, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee released an ad that uses McCain's past criticism of Chambliss against him.

The infamous ad that Chambliss ran against then Sen. Max Cleland in 2002, question the triple amputee, Vietnam War hero's patriotism by linking him to Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden.

Here is the original ad: