Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, McCain's running mate in the 2008 presidential race who remains popular among conservative voters, also is expected to lend a hand: She visits Arizona on March 26-27 to help McCain raise money and campaign.
Scott Brown is also campaigning for Senator McCain, due to McCain's support of Scott Brown's campaign when most considered him a lost cause, leaving McCain with unexpected support from across the political landscape.
Some will fault Sarah Palin & Scott Brown, for their efforts to re-elect Senator McCain, however, Senator McCain was our nominee for President fourteen months ago and ever since has been one of the leading opponents of the Obama administration and his radical agenda, while securing a 81% lifetime rating from the American Conservative Union, what's the problem?
Consider this, if there was no Senator McCain than there would be no Sarah Palin.
Senator McCain is our strongest voice on National Defense, do we want to replace him with a Congressman who is focused on illegal immigration alone? While, Senator McCain should be a stronger Conservative on that specific issue, I'll take a dedicated National defense Conservative on a regular basis.
I congratulate Sarah Palin on her campaign efforts for Senator McCain, a real patriot, who was almost our President of the United States of America, one that would have stood strong for life, America's and Israel's interests, fiscal conservatism and strong Supreme Court Justices, among other Conservative causes and goals, along with the absence of radicals in the White House.
In conclusion, I would like to offer one Conservative Republican blogger's endorsement for Senator John McCain, because that's the best path for America, same as it was in November of 2008.
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