Before we get into why John McCain is wrong, it's important to note that John McCain is no conservative. John McCain has been part of the combine (h/t to Ann Barnhardt) for that one. Throughout his Senate career he has shown that he is a big government Republican.
In the editorial found here, John McCain derails conservatives and members of the Tea Party Caucus for criticizing House Speaker John Boehner's recent bills. McCain incorrectly states that the the conservatives have no alternatives. When in fact they do - it's called Cut, Cap and Balance. It's important to note that John McCain was absent or didn't vote on Cut Cap and Balance last Friday evening.
McCain's poor use of comedic humor while attacking the Tea Party proves he is out of touch with the mandate the voters gave by giving the Republicans the House last November. His attack on Sharron Angle and Christine O'Donnell, both 2010 U.S. Senate Republican nominees is beyond pale:
"This is the kind of crack political thinking that turned Sharron Angle and Christine O'Donnell into GOP Senate nominees."
Really, John McCain. Was this really necessary?
You prove what a lot of conservatives knew about you during the 2008 Presidential Election. We voted for you only because Sarah Palin was on the ticket. But with this, you prove that you are no different than Barack Obama and your progressive stripes are glowing louder and louder.
Perhaps if you voted last Friday in support of Cut, Cap and Balance and exemplified leadership to get a few more on-board, we would have have a winning solution to the debt crisis. Get on board, or leave running the country for the adults.