For Being a Maverick Before He Was Against It

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When Sen. John McCain recently insisted to an interviewer that he never considered himself a maverick, it didn’t take Politifact long to prove his claim “pants on fire” false.

In fact, they found nine instances in campaign ads alone in which McCain himself blessed the maverick characterization with the words, “I approve this message.”

Of course, these words at the end of each political ad are a requirement of the 2002 campaign finance law McCain co-authored.

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