Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) on Sunday reacted to the acquittal of former neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman by saying that states needed to reexamine so-called “stand your ground” laws that allow the use of deadly force without a duty to retreat. The Arizona Republican praised President Barack Obama for his “impressive” remarks on Friday about how his experience as an African-American man related to the Trayvon Martin case.

WND-TV: John McCain: Stand your ground, 'needs to be reviewed'


Note: Read our discussion guidelines before commenting.