(CNN) - CNN has learned that John McCain met Tuesday night with top advisers to start the process of setting up a political action committee.
A senior McCain aide says that was done to send the signal he intends to run for another term as senator from Arizona.
He is up for re-election in 2010.
Oh, don't scare me CNN, I thought you meant he was going to run again for the presidency. Whew.
Does he not want to be stuck at home with Cindy or something? He needs to retire already and enjoy the rest of his life.
Dear Lord, say it isn't so. John McCain is setting himself up for another good spanking in 2012. His Aides should know BETTER by now. What is this old man thinking?? Has he NOT learned his lesson yet?
NO WAY, NO HOW, NO McCAIN!!!
Poor man. He doesn't get it.
don't worry, he'll be granted an amunity
Good luck, McSame.... sad, but true... no more maverick in the old dude! :)
Oh, puh-leez ... Senator McCain, you've done your bit in Washington. Hang it up and make room for the next generation of leaders.
He should just retire and enjoy the millions he sold his soul for.
Gracie: Did you read anything past the title? It is talking about re-election to the Senate in 2010 and does not mention anything in the year 2012.
Gracie.....he is not running for president...he is running for senate for arizona
Gracie, hon, read the story......not for POTUS but for Senator again in 2010. and take a Prozac while your at it
Give me a break. This man needs to go have fun living in his 7 0 9 homes and driving his 13 cars. He also needs to help his wife spend some of that money that they make. Live on that flower bed of ease Senator. Drive off into the sunset. Why don'tcha. YOU BETCHA!
You are an idiot!!!! His Political ACtion Committee is for re-election for the Senate seat he hold for Arizona. Next time before you post a comment, do us all a favor and do your research and homework.
Gracie – The article say McCain is seeking re-election for his Senate seat in 2010, not the presidential election in 2012. Just to clarify!
Gracie, I believe it's RE-election for his senate seat.
retire, we need new people in government. so, far, barack is the only new guy in washington. his cabinet picks are same old same old. waiting for the change.........
Another mentally vacuous ideologue. Gracie, this article refers to Sen. McCain's 2010 *Senate* campaign–not a 2012 presidential run. It's always good to read the article before offering inane comments.
Good for him. He should continue his work in the Senate. I'm wondering if Gracie here actually read the article, or simply the headline.
*walks out the room shaking my head*
HA! HA!! HA! Why? Judgement deficiency. Retire now I have some peace while it is possible.
McCain has served the people of Arizona well during his four terms. I think you'll see him drift away from the right wing sooner rather than later. He had little use or respect for them before he decided to run for president and particularly didn't like the evangelicals. He can hopefully go back to being the maverick that he was in 2000. He had to compromise his positions to placate the right wing to get the nomination and in the process he alienated the moderates and independents that were HIS base.
I think they mean running for ARizona Senator seat not Presidential. If Im wrong, then ..........Oh Boy!
It will all depend on how bi-partisan he becomes in the next year... If he backs Obama's agenda ... he might fair alright.
If Arizonians don't realize that it is time for a change then who cares!