While Sen. Rand Paul was sneaking bites of a candy bar yesterday during his 13-hour filibuster, his colleague Sen. John McCain was out to dinner out with President Obama. The well-fed senator didn‚Äôt make it back to assist with the filibuster, but instead took to the floor today to denounce Paul for his ‚Äúpolitical stunt.‚ÄĚ McCain sounds like he‚Äôs gotten over his anger; now he‚Äôs sad because his good friend, Democrat Sen. Carl Levin, will not seek reelection, opening the possibility of a GOP pick-up next year.
Perhaps McCain would be less sad if he joined his good friend in retirement?
‚ÄĒ Mary Lou Welz (@Artist4Palin) March 7, 2013
@SenJohnMcCain when are you going to?
‚ÄĒ Higgins In Japan (@Higgins82) March 7, 2013
@SenJohnMcCain Seriously? You trash @SenRandPaul but you praise this goddamned anti-American communist Carl Levin? You sicken me sir!
‚ÄĒ Gary P Jackson (@gary4205) March 7, 2013
I wish John McCain would join Carl Levin in retirement
‚ÄĒ JT (@jjtejkl) March 7, 2013
McCain, Graham, and others who criticized Rand Paul ought to follow Carl Levin into retirement. #StandWithRand
‚ÄĒ LSPagans (@lspagans) March 8, 2013
‚ÄĒ Sandra Binder (@charmingtail) March 7, 2013
@loudobbsnews They both disgust me. McCain is "sad" to see his friend Carl Levin is going to retire. I live in MI‚Ä¶.I'M ELATED!!!!
‚ÄĒ Infidel Mike (@glockster23) March 7, 2013
@SenJohnMcCain Carl Levin's your bestie but Rand Paul is the enemy. Jerk.
‚ÄĒ jon gabriel (@exjon) March 8, 2013