“John McCain Delivers Blistering Takedown Of Trump’s ‘Half-Baked’ And ‘Unpatriotic’ Worldview” Reply


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“Ailing Arizona Republican senator and former presidential nominee John McCain appears to have made it his mission to make Donald Trump’s life as difficult as possible before the end of his career.

That was on full display on Monday during a speech McCain delivered after former Vice President Joe Biden awarded him the Liberty Medal. The GOP senator leveled a series of veiled but clear shots at Trump’s disturbing worldview.” MORE

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“Caught in the Trump trap: Republicans made a deal with the devil, and now they’re stuck with him”


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A tale of two flawed democracies — America and France — exposes the nature of the GOP’s terrible Trump compromise

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“Trump offers no apologizes for McCain war record attack”


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“Democrats Land A Top Candidate To Take On John McCain In 2016”


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“McCain mocks Obama’s ‘temper tantrum’ over Israel”


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““Tehran Tom” Cotton’s Iran Blunder Has Made Him the New Hanoi Jane”


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“John McCain Blames Obama For N. Korea’s Sony Hack That Killed The Interview”


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“Gay rights bill poised for final Senate vote”


POLITICO

By Burgess Everett

If everything goes as planned, gay rights history will be made on Thursday in the Senate.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) on Wednesday set up the the final series of votes for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act — which prohibits employment discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity — culminating in a vote final passage on Thursday afternoon if the bill passes a key, 60-vote threshold procedural test in the morning.

Senate passage of ENDA seemed more and more likely Wednesday after the Senate unanimously accepted an amendment by Sens. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Kelly Ayotte (R-N.H.) protecting religious groups exempted under the legislation from government retaliation. That amendment likely secured the vote of several other Republicans pushing for that language, including Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).

(PHOTOS: 26 gay-rights milestones)

Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/11/senate-gay-rights-bill-enda-99489.html#ixzz2jx3RwQeB

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