Showing posts with label JOHN MCCAIN. Show all posts
Showing posts with label JOHN MCCAIN. Show all posts

Monday, November 06, 2017


Keith Olbermann On The View

The other day, Keith Olbermann Talks Trump, DNC Campaign Bombshell, Russia Probe, and much More.

"Whatever was done there didn't work out particularly well for her," Olbermann said of Hillary Clinton and the recent DNC allegations.

"In retrospect, based on what we've seen in the last two years in this country, I owe [Sen. John McCain] an apology, I probably owe George W. Bush an apology, and I would happily take a third term of George Bush rather than this," he said of the current state of politics.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017


John McCain On The View

On Meghan Joining The View

McCain on why he "strongly recommended" his daughter Meghan join The View as a co-host: "So many Americans watch this program and have their information and knowledge as a result of her participation and all of you."

On Battle With Cancer

"It does make you appreciate every minute of every hour of every day," McCain said. "We should all thank God for every minute."

On Controversy Over Call To Gold Star Widow

"We should not be fighting about a brave American who lost his life serving his country."

On Vietnam Draft Dodgers

McCain said he doesn't consider President Trump a "draft dodger" but feels the system was "wrong" for allowing certain Americans to "evade their responsibility to serve the country": "When we ask the lowest income portion of our public to do our fighting and dying for us ... that's disgraceful."

On Trump's Threat To Him

McCain responded to Trump's "I fight back" comment: "I've faced greater challenges... Let's stop insulting each other, let's start respecting each other."

On Relationship With Trump

When asked what his relationship is like Pres. Trump, McCain said, "almost none."

On Defending Obama On 2008 Campaign Trail

McCain recalled correcting an audience member who called Obama "an Arab": "You can't let that go. 

You've just gotta do what's right."

"This has got to stop," McCain said of the lack of civility in politics today. "We've got to be respectful of one another's views and have a dialogue on truth and not on allegations and personal attacks!"

On His Legacy

McCain shared what he wants to people to remember him for: "He served his country and he's proud of his family."

Giving Meghan A Special Birthday Gift

McCain gave a heartfelt birthday gift to his daughter that brought her to tears.


Additional Highlights From Today's Show

Hot Topics: Controversy Over Call To Widow Of Sgt. La David Johnson Continues
"Our president has got to stop!" Meghan McCain reacted to Pres. Trump disputing the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson's account of their call on Twitter. "There has to be limitations on the people in this country who fight and die for our freedom... If nothing else is off limits, at least let this be off-limits."

 Photo Courtesy Of: ABC / Disney

Sunday, September 02, 2012



Sara Evans And Meghan McCain

John And Cindy McCain

The Got Your 6 and Lifetime TV Event recently, was a huge success. The event was fantastic, lead by Meghan McCain, who was joined by her parents John and Cindy McCain. The night was topped off by a performance from the beautiful Sara Evans.

They are holding another star-packed event next week during the DNC in Charlotte, hosted by Eva Longoria with a performance by Flo Rida.

Got Your 6 is a Hollywood-backed nonpartisan organization supporting reintegration of the one million military veterans back in to society. Got Your 6 is a military term that means “I’ve got your back.” Check out for more info.

Friday, September 25, 2009


Joe Perry

Rock legend Aerosmith member Joe Perry, is considering a future career in politics after meeting former presidential candidate John McCain. The star, who endorsed McCain’s failed bid for the White House, got the chance to meet the him during a trip to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on yesterday, and he was very impressed with the Senator. He says, "I felt better about politics in general after meeting him." And Perry insists the meeting has made him think about a political future: "I could see changing things up a little. I’ve been playing rock and roll for a long time now, and if California can have actors for politicians, then maybe the rest of the country can have musicians."
Photos By: RD/Leon/Sara De Boer/Retna

Monday, September 01, 2008


Sean Combs

Rap mogul Sean Combs is launching a scathing attack on presidential candidate John McCain, calling his decision to appoint Alaska's Sarah Palin as his running mate "irresponsible". The rap king, has been urging youths to use their vote in the upcoming elections to help shape their future, and he’s not at all impressed with Republican McCain’s "crazy" choice of a running mate.In a new video posted online, Combs questions whether Palin, the Governor of Alaska, has any knowledge of the poverty problems facing the United States, and whether there are even any black people living in her state. He says, "Attention John McCain, my name is Diddy. You may know me by my government name Sean Combs… "I had to check in with you to tell you that you are bugging the f**k out. I don’t even understand what planet you’re on now. This is your job to be the leader of the free world. No disrespect… but things happen. Like… you got a running mate, I mean, Alaska? Alaska?… I don’t know if there’s any black people in Alaska… Sarah Palin? You really think that we’re gonna let you in the White House with all these crazy decisions that you’re making? You’re bugging. "I’m calling all youth, all colors, all youth voters. November 4th, we have to take our future. The lady (Palin)’s nice, she’s cool, but she’s a heartbeat away from the president… but what in the hell? This one right here is not respectful to our lives… Sarah Palin, that is completely irresponsible. I want you to be down with the whole cabinet, but you ain’t ready to be no vice president!" Palin was unveiled as McCain’s running mate last week, but the appointment has been met with criticism from some people, who claim she has little experience.

Photos By: RD/ Leon / Retna Digital

Friday, August 29, 2008


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Republican Presidential candidate John McCain introduced Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his Vice Presidential running mate today. "She's exactly who I need. She's exactly who this country needs to help me fight the same old Washington politics of 'Me first and country second,' " McCain declared as the pair stood together for the first time at a boisterous rally in Ohio just days before the opening of the party's national convention.

Monday, August 25, 2008


Madonna On Tour

Presidential candidate John McCain is taking aim at Madonna after the singer seemingly used her latest world tour to compare the Republican leader to history’s most notorious dictators.The superstar kicked off her Sweet & Sticky tour in Cardiff, Wales on Saturday, and featured McCain in a video segment which accompanied the song Get Stupid. In the footage, watched by thousands of fans, the Republican politician’s image was flashed up alongside scenes of destruction, global warming and starving children. Adolf Hitler and Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe also appeared on-screen. John McCain’s representatives are furious at the singer’s comparisons, stating fans of democratic contender Barack Obama will stop at nothing to smear McCain’s campaign. The Republican’s spokesman Tucker Bounds says, "The comparisons are outrageous, unacceptable and crudely divisive all at the same time. "It clearly shows that when it comes to supporting Barack Obama, his fellow worldwide celebrities refuse to consider any smear or attack off limits." Although Madonna hasn’t publicly backed Obama, she featured the popular politician alongside images of beloved cultural icons, including John Lennon, Gandhi and climate control advocate Al Gore.
McCain Photo By: RD / Leon / Retna Digital

Wednesday, August 06, 2008



Paris Hilton For President


Paris Hilton shows she got better energy plans than John McCain. Paris knows how to lash back at someone that makes fun of her. She made her own video on how to solve the energy crisis and calls John McCain an oldie. She says she will paint the White House pink and she wants Rihanna for her Vice President. She compares John McCain to the Golden Girls and Yoda. Click above to view.

Thursday, July 31, 2008


Paris Hilton

Everyone's favorite non-celebrity Paris Hilton is hitting out at U.S. Republican presidential candidate John McCain after he used her image in a political advertisement to attack Barack Obama without her authorization.The controversial commercial, which was aired for the first time yesterday, accuses Obama of becoming just a celebrity, and nothing more. Images of him flash up on screen alongside Hilton and Britney Spears, while a narrator says: "He’s the biggest celebrity in the world, but is he ready to lead?" And Hilton has blasted the McCain camp for using her image without asking her permission. A spokesperson for the star says, "Miss Hilton was not asked, nor did she give permission for the use of her likeness in the ad and has no further comment." Hilton’s parents, Rick and Kathy Hilton, contributed a reported $4,600 to the McCain campaign just this year.

Saturday, February 09, 2008


John Mellencamp

Singer John Mellencamp's plea to Republican presidential candidate John McCain to stop playing his songs on the campaign trail has worked. The U.S.senator has agreed to not use the rocker’s music anymore. Mellencamp, a hard-core Democrat, was upset to hear his tunes Our Country and Pink Houses were being used as Republican anthems at McCain rallies. And just days after the famed songwriter asked McCain to refrain from using the songs, the politician has now agreed to find alternative campaign music.
Editors Note: I think McCain's song should be from The Rocky Horror Picture show, Let's Do The Time Warp Again !

Tuesday, February 05, 2008


John McCain

Rock star John Mellencamp is reaching out to Republican presidential candidate John McCain in a bid to stop the U.S. senator from using his music on the campaign trail. Mellencamp, a Democrat, is distressed to hear his tunes Our Country and Pink Houses are being used as Republican anthems at most of the McCain rallies. And now the songwriter’s aides have asked McCain to refrain from using the songs, according to Rolling Stone magazine. No word yet if McCain will switch to Cyndi Laupers, Girls Just Want To Have Fun.