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Maddow Takes Down McCain For All The Times He Said Something Wrong On A Sunday Show

As we've already discussed here, even though Susan Rice has been vindicated and John McCain has been made to look like a fool for attacking her, he's still out there acting as though he's the foreign policy "expert" for the Republican party, along
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As we've already discussed here, even though Susan Rice has been vindicated and John McCain has been made to look like a fool for attacking her, he's still out there acting as though he's the foreign policy "expert" for the Republican party, along with his other two "amigos," Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte, who were out making more waves over the Gaza ceasefire this Wednesday.

Susan Rice defended her initial comments on Benghazi and called McCain's criticism "unfounded" and was much more gracious to him than he deserves after the way he's acted. In the segment above, after noting that McCain's primary complaint about Susan Rice has been that she "said something wrong on a Sunday show," Rachel Maddow walked her viewers though the many, many times that John McCain -- who has made some twenty Sunday show appearances just this year, with another one coming up on Fox this Sunday -- has said something wrong on a Sunday show.

If your career has to come to an end for that transgression, when is McCain going to be held responsible for all of the remarks he made about the invasion of Iraq, or his election loss in 2008?

If it's Sunday, it's John McCain getting something else wrong on one of the bobble head shows. Too bad someone doesn't ask David Gregory's producers to quit putting him on the air week after week.

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