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Last updated: 09/14/09 at 08:06 AM
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...right, not just the way of the party. Then, last year, while leading Marine Veterans for McCain in Eagle County, I worked with Jack and several other great people to raise money for John McCain’s campaign. We met several times over the next several months,...
...into personal territory once, in response to her mother's recent remark that she's "ready for grandchildren." "I said, call Jack or Jimmy," said McCain. "At this point, I don't think I want kids, ever. I have the career I want, I'm writing a book." She's...
New York Daily News
...to her mother's well-publicized remark that she's "ready for grandchildren." "I said call [her brothers] Jack or Jimmy," said McCain. "At this point I don't think I want kids, ever. I have the career I want, I'm writing a book. I just don't see it." Later...
New York Daily News
...what-the-heck moments: John McCain has co-sponsored a Senate resolution asking President Obama to posthumously pardon boxer Jack Johnson. One could find much irony in McCain — having been the great (white) hope of the Republican Party — asking America's first...
...hero Jack Johnson (below, in 1932) may get a posthumous presidential pardon if John McCain (with relatives of Johnson) gets his way. Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion, was convicted in 1913 of transporting his white girlfriend across state lines...
New York Daily News
...Sen. John McCain speaks next to Dorothy Cross, great niece of the first African American heavyweight boxing champion John Arthur "Jack" Johnson, and Cross's daughter Constance Hines. (Getty Images Photo / April 2, 2009) WASHINGTON - The outspoken, handsome...
New York Newsday
...with a racially motivated conviction.' A resolution for President Obama to pardon former world heavyweight boxing champion Jack Johnson was introduced Wednesday by Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.), a posthumous bid to address the black...
Los Angeles Times
...to see a black man beat up white men and get paid lots of money for it." This is the latest attempt at a Johnson pardon for McCain and King. A similar resolution didn't make it through both houses of Congress in 2004. The House of Representatives approved...
...McCain feels Jack Johnson was wronged by a 1913 conviction -- one widely seen as racially motivated. WASHINGTON - Senator John McCain wants a presidential pardon for Jack Johnson, who became America's first black heavyweight boxing champion 100 years before...
WATCH IN HIGH QUALITY! An example of what COULD go wrong on Election Day, November 4th. www.VoteTomRyan.com Produced by: Howard Thomas Co-Produced & Directed by: Michael L. Supey Written by Bill Jeffery Shot By: Anthony Johns Animation by Jeremy Ciliberto Music: Kevin MacLeod
Jack asks: What does John McCain have to do to come from behind and win?
10/17/2008 Let's have a closer look... Was this a slip? Or Was McCain just stating the facts? Was JFK's Assasination an intervention by the CIA? Or does McCain know what happened and is dropping a threat? www.infowars.com
McCain gets his ass handed to him on anti-American convicted crook G. Gordon Liddy. Also known as "Gordon the Plumber." Dave: I know, but you will also admit that we cannot really control who we interact with in our lives 100 percent. I mean -- you have -- (applause) McCain: How long we interact with them and how we interact with them -- but the point, the point in this campaign is the economy and the economy -- Dave: Did you not have a relationship with Gordon Liddy? McCain: Uh, I met him ...
from the final presidential debate of the campaign. terrifying during the debate was the moment when John McCain was comparing himself and Obama to Goldwater and Jack Kennedy when he described JFK's assassination as something like this: "the intervention..." (eyes open wide, eyebrows high, grabs nose) "...err tragedy in Dallas..." Read more at: www.medicineagency.com
John McCain Morning Joe Interview TRANSCRIPT: JOE SCARBOROUGH: Why did these items have to be in this pivotal bill? JOHN MCCAIN: Well that is just the way the system is working in Washington and the reason why its got to be fixed. And its got to be changed, and no matter what the stakes are youve got to stop this by starting to veto bills that come across the presidents desk. They cant help themselves and if you like some of those pork barrel projects, check out some of the ones that Senator ...
...Kemp conducted a conference call to discuss the economic rescue plan and John McCain’s policies. They also attacked Barack Obama’s spending plans, and Obama’s alleged mischaracterization of McCain’s positions last night. Doug Holtz-Eakin declared McCain...
Jack Cafferty on CNN's Situation Room, September 29, 2008
Jack Cafferty rips Sarah Palin a new one on the Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer. When she looks down she is reading her notes. Here are her notes: BAILOUT CHEAT SHEET * We are ill * Health Care Reform * Shore Up Economy * DO NOT FORGET JOB CREATION! * Shore Up Economy * Health Care Reform * Reduce Taxes * Reign In Spending * Tax Reductions * Tax Relief * Trade * Job Creation High Quality link available below video. Make High Quality your default here: www.youtube.com
Jack is going to burn Palin on Troopergate. Warren Buffet says we are facing an "Economic Pearl Harbor". Jack live and un-plugged on John McCain's fundamentals are strong comment. A music video made with great admiration for Jack. Bush leadership failure - Congressional stupidity - take...
Vote for a surge for America. Captain Bush gives America the finger while he falsely assures us that the economy is strong while the ship of state sinks to the crash of Wall Street titans about the USS Titanic. We have all been aboard the GOP/Bush piloted USS Titanic. Set sail as greatest economic ship ever built. But this ship was Captained by George Bush -a complete moron. He kept us laughing with his bumbling and good old boy joking. Are you still laughing? No the GOP wants you to give ...
Jack Cafferty and the opinions of everyday Americans regarding this latest stunt by John McCain and his campaign, in which they are pandering and trying to make him appear as a "leadership" figure...
Jack Cafferty doesn't understand why McCain wants to postpone the debate.
From the Cafferty file: When you graduate 894th out of a class of 899, eventually it will show up. And John McCains mediocre performance at the Naval Academy is showing up big time this week in his total lack of understanding of the nations financial crisis. He told us he didnt know much about the economy now hes proving it. So much so that the Wall Street Journal, perhaps Americas leading financial publication, is blasting McCain over what its editorial board sees as inaccurate and ...
...class in how to walk right alongside the libel line without putting a toe over it, Gawker's Nick Denton introduces us to Jack McCain, the midshipman son of John McCain who may or may not be guilty of referring to Arabs as "towel heads, camel jockeys, dune...
...time travel are beyond its capabilities. It could be of course that a reader of O'Connor, maybe a mutual friend, signed as Jack McCain as a joke; and that O'Connor made up the allah akbar my fuckin cock quote at the start of the post. But the most likely explanation...
9.09.08. E60 Special on a surprise about the possilbe future First Lady: she is an avid drifter.
...interview recently with Marie Claire magazine, Senator John McCain said he most identified with Kiefer Sutherland, who portrays Jack Bauer on “24,” as opposed to Jack Nicholson or Bob Dylan. “We have a lot in common because he escapes all the time,” Mr. McCain...
From the Cafferty File: Sarah Palin electrified that crowd of Republican delegates and supporters last night in St. Paul. The little known Alaska Governor -- who was thrust into the spotlight last week as John McCain's running mate -- went on the attack against Barack Obama as well as the media and the so-called Washington elite, while praising McCain. She introduced her family and painted herself as someone who can relate to small town, working-class Americans. Palin described herself as an ...
From the Cafferty File: When it comes to Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, the hits just keep on coming. Some of the latest revelations surrounding John McCain's surprise choice of a running mate: The Associated Press reports a private lawyer has been authorized to spend $95000 dollars of state money to defend Palin in the trooper ethics probe. Contrary to her message of reform, Palin worked to get pork barrel projects for her city and state. Also, according to the AP, her husband was once a ...
From the Cafferty File: The good news is: Hurricane Gustav spared New Orleans a direct hit. The bad news is: it freed up President Bush to appear at the Republican Convention tonight. President Bush won't speak in person, but will address the convention by satellite from the White House. Some Republicans were actually relieved yesterday when they found out the president -- whose approval ratings are at record low levels -- wouldn't be in St. Paul because of the hurricane. They did manage to ...
Jack Cafferty and his viewers don't think Palin was actually vetted.
Cafferty Files, Jack lays the smackdown on John McCain and Vice Presidential pick Sarah Palin. He reads emails from his viewers.
Source: CNN CNN's Jack Cafferty asks: Does McCain undercut his own message by picking Palin as his running mate? Just to let you know, Jack received 6000 emails in an hour from Republicans furious about the pick. This could mean something.. My verdict: Jack is absolutely right. To think this woman, Governor of the small State of Alaska, will become Vice President of possibly the most powerful nation in the world is disturbing..(let alone President)....
From the Cafferty File: All we have heard from John McCain for months is, "Barack Obama is too young. Barack Obama is too inexperienced to be commander-in-chief. Who do you want answering the phone in the White House at three am? Blah, blah, blah." So what does McCain do? He picks someone to be his running mate who is even younger than Barack Obama and has less experience. Sara Palin is 44 -- Obama is 47. Sara Palin is in her first term as governor of Alaska, a state that has 13 people and ...
...the interlude between the primaries and the conventions, don't forget one cost of the incredibly filthy and dishonest campaign McCain has run, especially the endless repetition of the false charge about Obama not wanting to visit wounded soldiers unless he...
The Reality-Based Community
Cafferty: McCain a hypocrite? Jack asks: Is John McCain hypocritical to condemn Russia for invading Georgia when he voted to invade Iraq?
From the Cafferty File: "In the 21st century, nations don't invade other nations." So says John McCain, as part of his tough talk about Russia's attacks on Georgia. In calling for Russia to get out, McCain says he doesn't think we'll reignite the Cold War, but that you can't justify the "extent and degree" of Russia's intervention in Georgia. The presumptive Republican nominee insists that we need to make sure that in the 21st century, we all have respect for the sovereignty and independence ...
. "But, now, desperate to raise campaign cash to run more negative attack ads, John McCain is cozying up to Jack Abramoff's cronies. "Ralph Reed, a key business partner of Jack Abramoff helped the convicted former Republican lobbyist launder 2 million dollars through a front group to finance a gambling campaign. "Now, Ralph Reed has signed up to raise money for John McCain. Reed has even been appointed to McCain's Victory 2008 Team. "Ralph Reed's murky connections to Jack Abramoff run so deep, ...
...John McCain's campaign, a new report reveals yet another connection between McCain and the scandal surrounding criminal lobbyist Jack Abramoff. According to the report, Abramoff's law firm hired one of McCain's closest campaign advisors to work on their behalf...
ANDREA MITCHELL: Let me show you what one of the potential running mates had to say just last night on CNN with Wolf Blitzer. When Wolf asked Mitt Romney what proposals, what legislative accomplishments Senator McCain has produced. Let's watch this. WOLF BLITZER: Can you cite one legislative accomplishment that Senator McCain produced during those 26 years in Washington in order to achieve energy independence? MITT ROMNEY: Well, I'm not a historian that goes through all of the pieces of ...
After Borger and Gerson both try playing into this John McCain is the "maverick" BS, Cafferty rips both of them to shreds.
From the Cafferty File: Remember when John McCain talked about how he wasn't going to run a negative campaign? How he wanted to focus on the issues and not get down in the political mud? I guess you can chalk it up to something else McCain has changed his mind about. Now he's apparently decided that going negative is the way to the White House. You don't need to look much farther than McCain's ads, which have become increasingly negative -- calling Barack Obama a celebrity, and comparing him ...
CNN's Jack Cafferty examines John McCain's claims about the surge in Iraq.
Special Thanks to UMG & Jack Johnson! "Good People" You win It's your show, now So what's it gonna be 'Cause people Will tune in How many train wrecks do we need to see? Before we lose touch of We thought this was low It's bad getting worse so [Chorus:] Where'd all the good people go? I've been changing channels I don't see them on the TV shows Where'd all the good people go? We got heaps and heaps of what we sow They got this and that and With a rattle a tat Testing one two, Now what you ...
TITLE: John McCain & Phil Gramm: It's All In Your Head TEXT: John McCain on Advisor Phil Gramm (Before) McCain: "A person I've had the honor and pleasure of knowing as a friend and a great economist... my dear friend and comrade, Senator Phil Gramm." [McCain Town Hall, CNN Live Feed, (Waco, TX ), 3/3/08] McCain: "There is no one in America that is more respected on the issue of economics than Senator Phil Gramm. So I'm honored that you are here, Phil. Thank you for your great service ...
Jack interviews Cindy McCain about her life and her husband Sen. John McCain's run for the Presidency.
CNN's Jack Cafferty discusses John McCain's recent comments about Social Security.
Jack Kemp endorses John McCain Tuesday, 8JUL08