Wednesday, October 24, 2012
McCain Withdraws Support Of Mourdock Until He's Satisfied By An Apology
Sen. John McCain proves once again why he is a thorn in the side of the Republican Party since he deliberately threw the 2008 presidential election to the unqualified, ineligible impostor from the most corrupt elements of the Chicago political machine. McCain, who just campaigned on behalf of Richard Mourdock's Senate candidacy earlier this week, announced to CNN's Anderson Cooper that he will no longer support Mourdock until he is satisfied with a public apology and admission by Mourdock that he misspoke in last night's Senate debate when he stated that a woman's pregnancy resulting from a forcible rape was "God's intention." If Republicans by some stroke of luck manage to win control of the Senate in this year's election, the leadership should make sure that McCain receives no committee chairmanship.