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J.D. Hayworth spoofs John McCain in Arizona ad battle

McCain in some kind of war paint
McCain in some kind of war paint
JD Hayworth's campaign

In a pretty humorous advertisement running on the Drudge Report, former Congressman and radio talk host, J.D. Hayworth pokes fun at John McCain "playing" a conservative in Arizona then legistlating like a liberal in Washington.  Hayworth mocks McCain by nominating him for "Best Actor in a Conservative Role," in the fictional movie: "Senatar."  The ad's weakness maybe that it dresses up McCain in facepaint, rather than going whole hog as some on the Internet have with Obamatars. 

Text of the ad:

This year’s award for Best Actor in a Conservative Role was chosen unanimously by America’s voters… And the winner is…

Arizona U.S. Senator John McCain, for his performance as a moderate masquerading as a conservative in Barack Obama and Harry Reid’s epic production:


In this blockbuster movie, watched by hundreds of millions of shocked and frightened viewers, McCain earns his Best Actor in a Conservative Role Oscar for portraying a seemingly dedicated public servant with conservative ideals back on his home planet of “Arizona” while running wild as a giant, 10-foot-tall, true-blue, liberal spender in the “Senatar” world of “Washington”.

In Arizona, McCain claims fiscal conservatism...

…but in Washington, the true-blue McCain votes AGAINST tax relief, and FOR big-government bailouts.

In Arizona, John McCain says he supports the state’s western values…

…but in Washington, the true-blue McCain is soft on the Second Amendment, soft on Life issues, and soft on pro-family issues.

In Arizona, John McCain says he supports families…

…but in Washington, the true-blue McCain helped write the Cap-and-Trade national energy tax legislation, which would raise the utility bills of every family and family-owned business in America.

In Arizona, John McCain says he supports national security…

…but in Washington, the true-blue McCain is the nation’s leader, along with Barack Obama, to pass Amnesty legislation – one version of which would cost America $2.6 Trillion!

And in Arizona, John McCain says he supports children and seniors…

…but in Washington, the true-blue McCain is the author of legislation that would allow the federal government to remove all dietary supplements – including vitamins, minerals and herbal products – from the shelves of grocery stores!

For these achievements, the Academy of American Voters awards John Sidney McCain the award for Best Actor in a Conservative Role.

BUT… while this may be fine in Hollywood, in the real world – places like Arizona and in states across American – we need and deserve more than actors in the U.S. Senate. We need consistent conservatives we can trust!

… We need J.D. Hayworth!

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