From WorldNet Daily, watch this video of J.D. Hayworth, the Republican candidate running in opposition to John McCain in Arizona.
Quoting Joseph Farah, Patriot and Editor-in-Chief at WND

“One of the false assumptions many Republicans hold following the special election for the U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts and after the New Jersey gubernatorial campaign and the Virginia governor’s race, is that this is simply a bad year for Democrats. It will be a bad year for Democrats running for re-election in the House and Senate, but it’s not just because they are Democrats. It’s because they are incumbents and the public is in a mood to throw the bums out.

Well, the dirty little secret is that not all the bums are Democrats.

And that’s where McCain comes in.

He’s toast.”

I could not agree more. Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family told a reporter in 1998 that

“the GOP was in danger of losing its ability to “claim to speak for those of us with deep moral convictions.”

He said at that time the party has “ignored the moral issues year after year, term after term” and said at that time it was “time to fish or cut bait.”

At that time he also warned the GOP Christians and conservatives “will abandon them if they continue to ignore the most important issues.”

Since this time, John McCain has been supportive of same sex marriage, yet at the same time against it. In a 2007 Vanity Fair article he is quoted as saying “I think, uh … I think that gay marriage should be allowed if there’s a ceremony kind of thing, if you wanna call it that … I don’t have any problem with that.” Conversely, he claims to believe the institution of marriage is a union between one man and one woman. He voted for the Defense of Marriage Act.

McCain says he is “just a Christian,” who for many years has been attending the North Phoenix Baptist Church in Arizona with his family. On the other hand, he has been in support of Democratic Congressional attempts to create obstacles for ministries such as Focus on the Family to reach constituents with action messages about pending legislation. Also consider the McCain Feingold Bill, just recently overturned by the Supreme Court, kept groups like Focus on the Family from telling the truth right before elections. McCain supported lobbying rules that would require pro-family groups to provide documentation of their actions to the government any time they try to spark any “grass-roots” action.

Wikipedia defines this as a double bind.

A dilemma in communication in which an individual (or group) receives two or more conflicting messages, with one message negating the other. This creates a situation in which a successful response to one message results in a failed response to the other, so that the person will be automatically wrong regardless of response. The nature of a double bind is that the person cannot confront the inherent dilemma, and therefore can neither comment on the conflict, nor resolve it, nor opt out of the situation.

God bless the man for his sacrifice to America. Notwithstanding his hero status, John McCain epitomizes what is wrong in Washington today. Entrenched, double minded, and unable to lead.

Proverbs 11:3 says, “The integrity of the upright guides them, but the unfaithful are destroyed by their duplicity.” Yes, incumbents like John McCain, regardless of party…they need to go. Let us hope that a strong Republican like J. D. Hayworth takes the seat.

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