In 2008, John McCain decided Sarah Palin was more qualified than Mitt Romney.
Why? Inquiring minds want to know.
Thought we’d give John McCain some love today, you know the 2008 Republican pesidential candidate who lost the election to Barack Obama. Since we’ve covered the onslaught of various Democratic surrogates and Senators today, let’s take a look at where John McCain stands on Mitt Romney and his tax returns.
Lord knows the Sunday talk have given Senator John McCain an UNLIMITED platform since 2008, to weigh in on a PLETHORA of issues affecting our country.
Here’s a brief recap:
From Think Progress: Sunday Morning Talk Shows Featured Twice As Many Republicans As Dems Last Year. Guess who has shown up 53 times on Meet The Press. Yep, Senator John McCain! And this article was written in January 2012.
(Ok now, it’s March 2012)
Prospect: If It’s Sunday, It’s John McCain…Again, and again, and again…
(March 19, 2012)
Face The Nation: McCain misrepresents U.S. efforts in Syria (July 8, 2012)
From immigration, jobs, economy, taxes, foreign policy, Senator McCain has graced the Sunday talk shows with his storehouse of knowledge on the political. What he hasn’t weighed in on yet is where he stands on Mitt Romney and his tax returns. Or did he?
*Hat tip rikyrah
Last, but not least, check out this piece from Booman: Why is McCain Better Than the People?
“What makes John McCain more important than the voters? He looked at those twenty-three years of tax returns and thought Sarah Palin, a person he met once and barely knew, would be a better more responsible choice. If Romney won’t let us make up our own minds about his tax returns, maybe we should just defer to McCain’s judgment then. We’ll assume that Romney is worse than Palin.”
Honestly, I didn’t think anyone could be WORSE or more DANGEROUS as Vice President of these United States than Sarah Palin. Mitt, I think you’re FULL OF WIN on this assumption.
Did McCain have to sign some document of secrecy, as not to divulge any details of the 23 tax returns, before Mitt Romney released them?
So Senator McCain, your last apppearane on a Sunday talk show was July 8, 2012, on Face The Nation. When is your next Sunday morning talk show appearance, and which Tv network host(s) gets the honor of asking you the question:
WHERE ART THOU ON ROMNEY & HIS TAX RETURNS?