John McCain and Sarah Palin Back Together Again

March 16, 2010

(ChattahBox)—Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is facing a tough primary battle to hang on to his senate seat. How far has the Maverick fallen? Just a year ago, he was the Republican presidential candidate. Now, he is fighting for his political life from tea party challenger JD Hayworth, a former U.S. Congressman and right-wing talk radio host, who recently stated that same-sex marriage laws lead straight to man-horse matrimony. And to burnish his teabagger bona fides, McCain has sought the help of his former running rate Sarah Palin.

According to the McCain campaign, Palin will stump for the Maverick at two rallies in Arizona next week.

Palin and McCain will appear together at a campaign rally and picnic in Tucson on March 26. And the next day, Palin will again help out McCain at a rally in the Phoenix suburb of Mesa.


One Response to “John McCain and Sarah Palin Back Together Again”

  1. MR. TEA BAGGER on March 22nd, 2010 3:47 am



    Obviously there has been a HUGE mistake…..

    Palin’s Dribble, Weasel Wording, Mush-Mush, Asssss-Backwards speak Cleary demonstrates who carries the Down Syndrome trait in her family, because of this we (the democrats) will allow you to send her back to Wacky-silla without prejudice and select another candidate.

    For this consideration the Republicans agree to sell Alaska to Russia (with Palin) and never mention the State of Alaska or her again.

    P.S. Why does Palin repeat herself in the same sentence and add extra words that don’t belong!! Reading a Quote from her makes me feel like I am in the advanced stages of dyslexia. Does Anyone else have a problem with this? Is there anyone out there from the North Slope who speaks Wacky-silla?

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