John McCain's re-election campaign


lukem

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Being the Republican nominee for President was one of the great honors of my life and an experience I will never forget. Some have wondered, after my hard fought presidential campaign, if I plan to run for re-election to the United States Senate.

Join my re-election team I want you to know that I do intend to seek re-election. The magnitude of the financial crisis that many American families are facing makes it clear to me that I want to continue to serve our country in the Senate.

The economic challenges currently confronting our nation are immense and unfortunately, the Democrats in Congress propose addressing these challenges through increased spending that wastes billions of taxpayers dollars and saddles our children and grandchildren with a staggering debt. Their proposals will not stimulate economic growth or create jobs. While the leader of the Democratic Party, President Obama, has pledged to change business as usual in Washington and spoken of bipartisanship, I have been saddened to watch as Congressional Democrats try to use their majority to advocate more of the same failed policies and wasteful spending of the past. With so much at stake, now is not the time to step away from my work in the Senate.

As always, I anticipate a tough re-election challenge. But with your help, we will counter those efforts and put forth an aggressive campaign by registering new voters, reaching out to Democrats, Independents and Republicans, and again earning the support of Hispanic and Native American voters in Arizona.

I am honored to serve the people of Arizona as their United States Senator. I would be most appreciative of your support of my re-election efforts and hope you will click here to join my re-election team. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

John McCain

PS: I hope you will join "Friends of McCain" today by logging on to Link Removed and donating $25, $50, $100, $250, $500 or more to my re-election campaign.
 

Tea For One

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Remember that John McCain voted for Eric Holder. I have emailed him and told him I would tell everyone, and remember that vote for Holder in my future votes. I told him that if a man doesn't stand for something, he'll fall for anything, and McCain certainly has proven that. He is no friend of the 2A, as his recent vote for Holder confirms.

What a pathetic Republican and conservative. is this the best America has to offer us as an alternative to the Democrat team of flying monkeys?
 

Glockster20

Clinging to God and guns
Remember that John McCain voted for Eric Holder. I have emailed him and told him I would tell everyone, and remember that vote for Holder in my future votes. I told him that if a man doesn't stand for something, he'll fall for anything, and McCain certainly has proven that. He is no friend of the 2A, as his recent vote for Holder confirms.

What a pathetic Republican and conservative. is this the best America has to offer us as an alternative to the Democrat team of flying monkeys?

+1 Agreed, No Kidding, etc....!!! By the way he will also be 4 years older in 2012 which will make him 76. I doubt he could go two terms considering the amount of stress involved. How about Mike Huckabee or Ron Paul. Maybe with Palin as a VP....???? Hmmmm.....
 

Scarecrow

New member
+1 Agreed, No Kidding, etc....!!! By the way he will also be 4 years older in 2012 which will make him 76. I doubt he could go two terms considering the amount of stress involved. How about Mike Huckabee or Ron Paul. Maybe with Palin as a VP....???? Hmmmm.....

it would be really nice to see some one who is an obvious supporter of the constitution run and end up in the white house... hopefully that is not just a dream. I really want to see it happen.
 

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