McCain: “Today’s Problems Can Wait! We Have To Think About 2016!”

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WASHINGTON – Today Senator and current Conservative gasbag John McCain rallied his party to put aside concerns about the economy, gun control, and immigration, and “think about what’s really important to the American people – the 2016 presidential election”.

“It is very clear that there was a cover-up regarding Benghazi, and I call for a select committee to investigate until Hillary Clinton decides not to run for President in 2016!  Today’s problems can take care of theirselves – I mean, it’s not like we have been doing anything about them anyway!”

House Speaker John Boehner and Sen. Lindsey Graham are spreading the word to their colleagues.  “Any minute now, in the last month or so, or even next month, possibly sometime in the summer, we will have irrefutable, damning evidence about what really happened in Benghazi.  It will be bigger than all of the world wars combined, and the possible impending apocalypse should Hillary be elected,” said Graham.

Fox News host Sean Hannity has reported that a political bombshell will be going off soon, and an impeachment will be the result.  “Something has to!  People have lost their faith in the Republican Party, which could be catastrophic to the careers of many politicians, and most importantly, to the careers of people who work for Fox News.”

In related news, the GOP wants to redefine the definition of “people”, if it doesn’t apply to politicians, bankers, oil companies, and the NRA…

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By clavius42

One comment on “McCain: “Today’s Problems Can Wait! We Have To Think About 2016!”

  1. Poor old McCain is right about one thing: we do need to think about 2016. With the behavior of stalwart Republicans such as McCain, Graham, and Boehner and Cantor, everyone needs to be thinking of how we can get these guys out of office and find the right people to solve the problems that sure aren’t being solved right now.

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