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McCain and Maddow

Published December 2, 2012 5:57 pm
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Sen. John McCain has been spearheading the movement to prevent our United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice from being considered as a candidate for secretary of State. His attacks have been repetitive and senseless.

MSNBC's political talk show host Rachel Maddow postulated that there may be a more politically nefarious motive in his vocal recriminations. If Rice's nomination is blocked by intransigent Republicans, then Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman John Kerry would be a likely candidate for secretary of State. In that case, Kerry's Senate seat would be vacant, leaving open the possibility that a Republican candidate (for example, Scott Brown) might replace him in a special election.

Maddow's political analysis may be both cynical and true.

Louis Borgenicht

Salt Lake City




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