posted on 02/09/2008 8:06:56 AM PST
It took me almost seven years to get an appointment with him. While expressing sympathy for our effort, McCain told me he could do nothing. Instead of calling for the investigation I requested of our serious charges - withholding the truth from members of Congress and using taxpayer funds to disseminate communist propaganda are federal offenses he told me the only way to get at the truth would be for me to write the 435 members of the house of Representatives and get a majority of them to support our effort.
Behold the very treatment that McCain will give every other non-liberal citizen as well...unless they are championed by Chappaquiddick Teddy, Russ Feingold, or Joe Lieberman of course. The rest of us will simply be handed our walking papers and told to put some ice on it.
posted on 02/09/2008 8:16:17 AM PST
by Digital Sniper
(Hello, "Undocumented Immigrant." I'm an "Undocumented Border Patrol Agent.")
Is anyone, anyone at surprised by this?
posted on 02/09/2008 8:25:53 AM PST
(The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing.)
Is it really hard to accept that a public thank-you could be inflammatory and cause ethnic groups in Yugoslavia to be singled out for retribution? Where is the argument that this consideration is not valid?
posted on 02/09/2008 8:46:24 AM PST
by Tax Government
(Government-funded education, for the most part, is content to make morons of us all.)
How can we expect the government to level with the American people about the MIAs in Vietnam, when they are still covering up the truth about the MIAs from World War II?
Turning his back on them as he "reached across the aisle" to embrace the "anti-war," pro-Ho activists of a generation ago -- who very likely kept him in prison much longer than would have been without their interference -- Senator McCain left to join his good buddy Senator Kerry as both left for the committee panel where both were scheduled to be hostile to the families of Americans still missing in Viet Nam. It was 1992.
the Senate committee on Nov. 11, 1992 . . . chaired by Massachusetts Democrat Sen. John Kerry
posted on 02/09/2008 9:05:20 AM PST
(If modern America's Man on Horseback is out there, Get on the damn horse already!)
posted on 02/09/2008 9:08:20 AM PST
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