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McCain was a 'no' on START


So much for that inaugural dinner that then-President-Elect Obama threw in John McCain's honor in Jan. 2009.

McCain today voted against ratification of the New START treaty, which means that -- outside of the war in Afghanistan and the tax-cut deal -- the Arizona senator didn't support a single major Obama White House policy in 2009 to 2010.

It's in contrast to Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe, who voted for the stimulus.

It's in contrast to Lindsey Graham, who voted to confirm both of Obama's Supreme Court nominees.

It's in contrast to Scott Brown, George Voinovich, Mark Kirk, Lisa Murkowski, and John Ensign, who voted to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell."

And it's in contrast to Lamar Alexander, Bob Corker, Judd Gregg, Thad Cochran, Mike Johanns, Johnny Isakson, Dick Lugar, and Bob Bennett, who voted for START's ratification.