Your favorite analyst here is kicking himself today as the crazed Conspiracy Cat has been hissing at me since last night:
"Ssee! I frickin' told you from the very beginning that McCain'ss cancer act was a sset-up to kill the repeal of ObongoCare!!! But you frickin' censsored me!"
From the article:
"Senator John McCain of Arizona, who just this week returned to the Senate after receiving a diagnosis of brain cancer, cast the decisive vote to defeat the proposal, joining two other Republicans, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, in opposing it."
McCain's "stirring" post-cancer-diagnosis speech gave courage and cover to libtarded Republican'ts Murkowski and Collins. ObongoCare was thus saved by a margin of just ONE VOTE!
Yes. It's true. Even as we were wishing slow death upon the "seriously ill" McCain the Insane just 10 days ago, Sugar instictively sensed that the convenient hype over his sudden "brain cancer" was somehow going to be parlayed into saving ObongoCare. I felt that to be too much of a stretch and spiked the rebuttal that she had in mind.
And now, lo and behold, after having returned from the almost-dead to a much publicized hero's welcome in the US Senate, it was McCain who, just days after viciously denouncing pro-repeal radio talk show hosts and internet blogs during his triumphant "return," gave courage to the two liberal Republican't bitches (Ms. Collins & Ms. Murkowski) who joined him in killing the repeal in a very public way. But don't anyone dare to renounce him for casting the deciding vote! After all, the "war hero" has "cancer" --- doncha know? Well played Crazy Man, well played.
“I hope we can again rely on humility, on our need to cooperate, on our dependence on each other, to learn how to trust each other again, and by so doing, better serve the people who elected us. Stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio, television and the internet. To hell with them. They don’t want anything done for the public good. Our incapacity is their livelihood.”
July 25th: NY Times Headline
McCain Returns to Cast Vote to Help the President Who Derided Him
The headline above reveals the final set-up before McCain sprung "the sting." The reason why he voted in favor of sending the repeal bill to the Senate floor for a vote was not so he could "help the President" -- but rather, so he could humiliate the President with his last minute deciding vote. Whether the entire cancer story -- eye wound and all -- was faked, or whether it is just a minor treatable case which was hyped up into something far more serious than it actually was, doesn't really matter. We are now 100% convinced ....
Don't you dare ssay "we" are now frickin' "100% convinced!!!" I wass onto McCain'ss bullsshit from Day 1, but Mr. Logic over here decided to play God and sshut me up!!!
OK! OK! -- I am now convinced that the entire 10-day drama was a pre-meditated set-up to gain sympathy for the "war hero" turned "cancer victim" so that he could have a protected moment in the sun to viciously rail against pro-repeal radio and internet conservatives before so publicly undermining and embarrassing Trump in dramatic fashion -- so much so that his "no" vote "illicited gasps in the Senate chamber." (here)
The article describes the high drama:
"As the clock ticked toward the final vote, which took place around 1:30 a.m., suspense built on the Senate floor. .... The roll had yet to be called, but the body language suggested that the Trump administration had failed in its effort to flip the Arizona senator whom President Trump hailed on Tuesday as an “American hero.’’
Many senators announced their votes in booming voices. Mr. McCain quietly signaled his vote with a thumbs-down gesture."
A "thumbs down gesture?" Insane piece of human filth must think he is Emperor Nero presiding over a Gladiator fight or something. The story goes on to say, erroneously:
"The 49-to-51 vote was also a humiliating setback for the Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky."
Nonsense! The creepy Bitch McConnell was absolutely part of this conspiracy. He was the one who delayed the Senate vote until McCain could return:
CNN (July 17):
"Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced Saturday that the Senate will delay consideration of the Republican health care bill while Sen. John McCain recovers from surgery for a blood clot." (here)
McConnell, backed up by Sulzberger's Slimes and the rest of the Piranha Press, created that cheesy made-for-TV "hero's welcome" and platitude-filled hate speech which set the stage for swinging a pair of female Republican't votes that saved the expensive and failing monstrosity of ObongoCare. Sugar, I'll never doubt that God-given bestial inner-voice of yours again!
1. McConnell and McCain are as thick as thieves -- 2. McConnell (r) wants to take out Trump and install Mike Pence (l)
FLASHBACK / 2008 /
Ailing Kennedy Returns For Senate Vote
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, battling a brain tumor, walked through a wall of applause into the Senate on Wednesday and cast a stunningly unexpected vote on long-stalled health care legislation. "Aye," the 76-year-old Kennedy said in a loud voice, and he made a thumbs-up gesture as he registered his vote.
Spectators in the galleries that overhang the chamber burst into cheers - a violation of decorum that drew no complaints.
Just as Kennedy's dramatic 2008 return to the Senate from brain cancer was played up to break a filibuster on Medicare expansion by one vote (the 60th vote) -- so too was McCain's drama used to save ObongoCare by one vote (51st vote). As the Church Lady of old Saturday Night Live fame would say: "How conveeenient!" In Kennedy's case, the brain cancer was real and the filthy drunken murderer of Mary Jo Kepechne died the following year. Let us hope that McCain's brain cancer is also real. But somehow, we suspect he will be "cured," and this whole "brain cancer" drama was a scripted fiction based upon Kennedy's true drama of 2008.
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in The New York Times today that McCain dramatically cast the decicive vote to save ObamaCare by giving a thumbs-down gesture on the repeal vote.
Boobus Americanus 2: What a week and a half it has been for McCain. First, the deadly cancer diagnosis,then the emotional return and stirring speech, and now this historic vote to save Obama's legacy. Wow!
Sugar: Frickin' daddy!!! We would have come off as vissionary geniusses --- political prophetss for the agess -- had we publisshed what I had ssusspected on July 18th! But noooo. I'm too "consspiratorial" at timess, he ssaid. We'll look like foolss if the repeal bill endss up passing, he ssaid. Even a reckless sscumbag like McCain wouldn't sstoop that low, he ssaid.
Editor: (wiping egg and cat piss off my face)