Senator McCain (R-AZ) Gets Hammered at Town Hall Event for His Support of Military Strikes Against Syria … “Why are you not listening to the people and staying out of Syria? It’s not our fight.”


McRINO gets blasted by “We the People” …

Senator John McCain took time from his video poker to hold a town meeting and got an earful from his constituents and by an overwhelming majority was told not to take military action against Syria. Many in the crowd echoed the sentiment that getting more involved in the civil war would lead to unintended consequences. Something that appears to be completely lost on President Obama, McCain, Kerry and the rest. One individual stated, “Why are you not listening to the people and staying out of Syria? It’s not our fight.”

Sen. John McCain, whose endorsement of President Barack Obama’s plan to launch military strikes against Syria provided the president a key Republican backer, faced vocal opponents of military action during a town hall in Arizona Thursday.

McCain has long advocated a more muscular American approach toward Syria, calling for a plan to oust President Bashar al-Assad from power. But on Thursday many people who showed up to a town hall in Phoenix said that getting more involved in the civil war would lead to unintended consequences.

“We didn’t send you to make war for us. We sent you to stop the war,” one man said to applause.

At one point during the meeting McCain was interrupted causing the senator to stop and address the individual, “What you’re doing is not just disrespectful to me, but disrespectful to others who want their opinions and views heard.” Really? I actually think it is more disrecptful to completely ignore the will of the people and do whatever you damn well please. You were elected to represent the People, not go off on your tangents where this fossil actually believes the so-called freedom fighters are not Al-Qaeda.

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  • Comments

    4 Responses to “Senator McCain (R-AZ) Gets Hammered at Town Hall Event for His Support of Military Strikes Against Syria … “Why are you not listening to the people and staying out of Syria? It’s not our fight.””

    1. Rightknight on September 6th, 2013 9:59 am

      We send our money to the UN. The UN does nothing
      of value. We continue to give the UN money. They
      continue to serve themselves and take the money.
      They like the money. They do nothing but defer
      the effort to do good work to America while they
      count the money.

      Do we need them at all?

      Let’s give them more money and see if that works.

      We could bow down to them, perhaps that would work.

    2. A Texas Grandfather on September 6th, 2013 11:17 am

      Good for the people at home! John McCain has passed the point of understanding and reason. The people of Arizona would be better served if they recalled McCain and sent a real conservative to the Senate.

    3. kashekamon on September 7th, 2013 12:06 pm

      I think McCain is getting weary through the years. I don’t like to read where he is being so bashed. His family tree is full of military service which served our country. He was the longest held in N Vietnam as a POW. Beaten profusely over and over again. Broken teeth, broken bones, left hours out in the hot sun, that’s why he has bouts with skin cancer, shattered and badly broken shoulder, his leg stuck out at a 90o angle from when he was shot down. He weighed less than 100 lbs. 5 1/2 years of sheer torture. I say so what if he played video poker while obama was yapping away and waiting on others to speak. The man has certainly served our country well and now maybe it’s time for him to think about himself and family and just enjoy himself. He doesn’t need the mess that obama has created.

      He may also have some serious health issues going on. It looks like the left side of his face where he had the cancer has a lump.

      He’s seen his buddies dead bodies lying in the prison camp and to see the photos of all those dead bodies in Syria, women and children alike, has I’m sure brought back nightmares from the past. He wants to fight back. But I think in the best interest and safety for our country would be to let Syria be. It’s their Muslim civil war, we don’t want it over here.

      God forbid if there is an outbreak over here, obama will go into hiding where he can’t be found with plenty of security. Where would that leave us, as michelle would say, Eat Cake.
      SM: I have great respect for the man and what he has been through … he needs to retire and retire now. His judgement is not what it used to be. If he cannot see that there are no good actots in Syria and the freedom fighters against Assad is Al-Qaeda, that’s scary.

    4. kashekamon on September 7th, 2013 3:53 pm

      SM……I agree with you….it is very scary. Time for John McCain to retire and enjoy living out the rest of his life. He is very deserving of having a great retirement….lots of relaxation, travel, take nice vacations, do whatever you want. I don’t know that he will though, I think he feels a need to keep a close eye on obama.

      Just saw a video on CNN that has been shown to Senators and next to Congress. It’s just horrible, but a Syrian strike is not worth the risk. As stated in the video there is no proof or evidence as to who did this. obama and his cronies are only speculating. With an issue like this at stake and obama wanting to send missiles you would have to be 110 0/0 sure.

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