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Iqbal Sahab. and other scholars that served as a portal to Paradise.John McCain is having a terrible 24 hours.
On Tuesday, he let loose on fellow senators after the Senate voted down his original plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. “You know what, people who don’t think we should be repealing the Affordable Care Act, you know, they don’t have to worry about what happens to your care. They can just sit on their ass,” he said.
On Wednesday, the Arizona senator voted against bringing his party’s healthcare bill to the floor for a vote.
And now he is being accused of being a liar for telling voters in June that he would push the Senate’s health care bill through the Capitol.
A new front in the war over Obamacare opened up last night, as National Journal’s Ron Fournier found out McCain is now facing accusations of being a “very visible liar,” and “someone who is going to have to answer questions about this for the rest of his life.”
In the lead up to his June 18 announcement that he would support the measure, McCain’s campaign released a slew of television and radio ads in which he said: “The plan I’ve put forward would repeal Obamacare, strengthen Medicare and protect consumers. It also cuts taxes for families and small businesses, and grows the economy.”
In a statement to NBC News, a McCain campaign official said, “Senator McCain has said repeatedly and consistently that he will vote to repeal Obamacare and bring affordable and accessible health care to all Americans.”
“Our ads simply reflect that promise,” the official added.
NBC’s Jonathan Allen visited two McCain campaign offices in Arizona and found the signs had been replaced with advertisements for his health care plan.
“I can’t believe I have to say this, but the sign at the McCain headquarters in Prescott — which I’ve had to circle twice — is no longer advertising McCain’s health care plan,” Fournier wrote. “And across the street, I had to circle again when going to the headquarters for the senator’s Senate campaign.”
In the Obama campaign’s new ad, titled “Biggest Lyin’ Trumpeller,” former President Obama hits McCain for lying to Arizonans about his health care plan.
In the ad, former President Obama