[Rushtalk] The Real John McCain..............

John Quayle blueoval57 at verizon.net
Wed Oct 18 09:39:50 MDT 2017


	

	

	



According to Truth and Fiction this checks out.
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>         *THE REAL JOHN MCCAIN*
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>
>         EVERY AMERICAN REPUBLICAN/DEMOCRAT NEEDS TO READ THIS
>         ARTICLE. THESE ARE FACTS.
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>
>         GETTING TO KNOW THE
>         REAL JOHN MCCAIN
>
>         By Burma Davis Posey
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>         This is John McCain's home in Arizona. One of eight.Not bad
>         for a man who worked in the military, left the military, and
>         then ran for Congress. He has been in Congress since
>         1983...for 34 years.
>
>         McCain graduated 894th in his class of 899 students from the
>         Naval Academy. He was known for being wild and it usually
>         revolved around women. He was a member of a group of students
>         who called themselves "The Bad Bunch".
>
>         He married Carol Shepp who was a successful swimsuit model.
>         She had been married to one of his classmates and had two
>         children from her first marriage. She and McCain became
>         parents for a daughter one year later. He had been quite a
>         playboy and was already becoming bored with the domesticated
>         life. He requested active duty in Vietnam. While he was there,
>         Carol faithfully stayed at home looking after the children and
>         waiting anxiously for news about her husband. His plane was
>         shot down in 1967 and he became a POW.
>
>         On Christmas Eve 1969, Carol and the children were spending
>         the holiday with her parents. After dinner she was going to
>         take gifts to some friends. The road was icy and she slid
>         head-on into a telephone pole. She was thrown from the car
>         through the front window. Her legs, spine, and right arm were
>         crushed and she was in the hospital for 6 months. Ross Perot
>         was an advocate of POW's and he paid her medical bills. She
>         requested that John not be told because she felt he already
>         had enough to deal with.
>
>         McCain was released in 1973 and returned home to much fanfare.
>         Carol had several surgeries, lost 5 inches in height, and
>         gained some weight...McCain told reporters he was overjoyed to
>         see Carol again. But friends say privately he was ‘appalled’
>         by the change in her appearance.
>
>         As a war hero, McCain was moving in ever-more elevated
>         circles. "He started carousing and running around with
>         women.", reported Robert Timberg. Bob Timberg was a retired
>         Marine, an American
>         journalist, writer, and author of four books, including THE
>         NIGHTINGALE'S SONG and JOHN MCCAIN: AN AMERICAN ODYSSEY.
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>         McCain admitted he started having many girlfriends and affairs
>         during this time. On one trip to Hawaii he met an Anheuser
>         Busch distributer heiress, Cindy Hensley, at a cocktail party.
>         She was 17 years younger than McCain and worth $100 million
>         dollars. He invited her to have drinks with him at the Royal
>         Hawaiian Hotel. He said by the end of the evening he was in love.
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>         They had an affair for nine months while he was still married
>         to and living with his wife Carol. McCain wanted to marry
>         Cindy but needed first to get a divorce. He and Carol
>         separated in January 1980. He requested a divorce in February,
>         the divorce was sped along and granted in April. He and Cindy
>         married 5 weeks after the divorce was final on May 17, 1980.
>         Carol and their children were devastated. McCain callously
>         left his first wife and children behind. He and Cindy moved to
>         Arizona. Cindy's father was well-connected and helped McCain
>         move smoothly into Congress representing Arizona in Washington DC.
>
>         McCain's new wife and her family were extravagantly wealthy.
>         Her father was one of the largest distributors of Anheuser
>         Busch in the country and she was an only child. The divorce
>         settlement afforded Carol McCain full custody of their three
>         children, alimony, child support, including college tuition,
>         houses in Virginia and Florida, and lifelong financial support
>         for her continuing medical treatment from the car accident.
>
>         Carol said the reason for the divorce was John turned 40 and
>         he wanted to be 25 again. Carol was extremely hurt. She went
>         to work as the press assistant for soon-to-be First Lady Nancy
>         Reagan. She became loved and respected in Washington. She kept
>         a dignified silence about the horrendous way McCain had
>         treated her.
>
>         Some of the McCain friends were less forgiving, however. They
>         portray the politician as a self-centred womaniser who
>         effectively abandoned his crippled wife to ‘play the field’.
>         They accuse him of finally settling on Cindy, a former rodeo
>         beauty queen, for financial reasons.
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>         Despite his popularity as a politician, there are those who
>         have not forgotten his treatment of his first wife. Ted
>         Sampley, who fought with US Special Forces inVietnam is now a
>         leadingcampaigner for veterans’ rights. Ted said, "I have been
>         following John McCain’s career for nearly 20 years. I know him
>         personally. There is something wrong with this guy and let me
>         tell you what it is...deceit.
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>         "When he came home and saw that Carol was not the beauty he
>         left behind, he started running around on her almost right
>         away. Everybody around him knew it. Eventually he met Cindy
>         and she was young, beautiful, and very wealthy. McCain just
>         dumped Carol for something he thought was better.
>
>         "This is a guy who makes such a big deal about his character.
>         Yet he has no character. He is a fake."
>
>         Ross Perot, who paid her medical bills all those years ago,
>         now believes that both Carol McCain and the American people
>         have been taken in by a man who is unusually slick and cruel,
>         even by the standards of modern politics.
>
>         Mr. Perot said, "McCain is the classic opportunist. He’s
>         always reaching for attention and glory."
>
>         After he came home, Carol walked with a limp. So he threw her
>         over for a poster girl with big money from Arizona. And the
>         rest is history.
>
>         A man who cannot be faithful to a loving, self-sacrificing
>         wife cannot be trusted to be faithful to the American people.
>
>         Cindy has also had to learn the lessons about her husband the
>         hard way. Even though she and McCain put on a perfect front
>         for the public, especially when he is running for office, she
>         really is an invisible wife to him.
>
>         Tom Gosinski, who served as director of Cindy McCain’s
>         nonprofit American Voluntary Medical Team (AVMT) wrote in his
>         journal about the McCain marriage:
>
>         "During my short tenure at AVMT I have been surrounded by what
>         on the surface appears to be the ultimate all-American family.
>         In reality, I am working for a very sad, lonely woman. Her
>         marriage of
>         convenience to a U.S. Senator has driven her to distance
>         herself from friends, cover feelings of despair with drugs,
>         and replace lonely moments with self-indulgences. She became
>         addicted to Percocet and had a doctor prescribing them for her
>         illegally. When her parents learned she was taking them, they
>         helped her stop.
>
>         Washington rumors were saying McCain had an inappropriate
>         relationship with the young and lovely lobbyist, Vicki Iseman.
>         Ms. Iseman began visiting McCain's offices and campaign events
>         so frequently in 2000 that his aides were "convinced the
>         relationship had become romantic". One staff member supposedly
>         asked, "Why is she always around?" His staff members began a
>         campaign to "save McCain from himself" by restricting Iseman's
>         access to McCain during the course of the 2000 presidential
>         primary. According to the Washington Post, McCain's political
>         advisor John Weaver met with Iseman at Washington's Union
>         Station to tell Iseman not to see McCain anymore.
>
>         It is not a real marriage between John and Cindy McCain. Real
>         marriages usually involve living together. McCain and Cindy
>         have not "lived" together for 20 years. To defend this, McCain
>         brags the
>         family takes two vacations together every year and Ms. McCain
>         is the one who has always made that happen."
>
>         Two vacations per year...What a farse and fake!! Nothing about
>         this man is real. He has no compassion or empathy for anyone
>         except himself. The only real thing emotion he is capable of
>         is anger. He is famous for his anger.
>
>         His father and grandfather were both decorated Navy Admirals.
>         He was given special privileges and extreme preferential
>         treatment while he served in the Navy. He was a pilot but
>         according to his
>         colleagues he was a very bad pilot. He actually crashed three
>         planes. There was a horrendous incident that happened on his
>         aircraft carrier, the U.S.S. Forrestal, that killed 134 men.
>         There has been a debate since the incident with some being
>         convinced John McCain was responsible for this accident.
>         Others are angry about anyone who would dare speak against a
>         Naval officer and embarrass an entire branch of service.
>
>         Many witnesses have reported that McCain was guilty of a "wet
>         start". When a pilot wants to be a show off, with a "wet
>         start" his engine start creates a large startling flame and
>         lots of surprise
>         noise from the rear of a jet engine on start up. McCain did
>         the "Wet Start". It was not an accident. The flames from the
>         wet start torched off the launching of a powerful Zuni rocket
>         on the plane
>         behind him. The Zuni rockets were famous for having electrical
>         problems. It shot across the carrier’s deck hitting other
>         parked planes that were packing 1,000 high-explosive pound
>         bombs. This caused the bombs to explode. The subsequent
>         massive explosions, fire and destruction went several decks
>         below and nearly sunk this major 82,000 ton U.S. aircraft carrier.
>
>         This stunt and aftermath caused the death of 134 sailors and
>         blew off arms, legs, and caused blindness and burns to another
>         161 sailors. McCain jumped from his plane, rolled across the
>         flames, and escaped. He watched the men dying and the burning
>         from a closed circuit television on the ship. Sadly all of
>         those lives were lost.
>
>         They had to take the ship off the battle line for 2 years when
>         it had to be taken back to port for $76 million dollars of
>         extensive repairs. That does not include the cost of replacing
>         the airplanes or ammunition.
>
>         Other Navy pilots causing this type of death and destruction
>         would have beenarrested and would probably still be in prison.
>         Why didn't this happened to John McCain?
>
>         McCain's grandfather was a famous FOUR STAR Navy admiral and
>         his dad, at the time of the incident, was also a powerful
>         illustrious FOUR STAR Navy admiral. McCain had graduated from
>         the Naval Academy. Witnesses say the good ole boy Navy
>         tradition went into high gear immediately. McCain was not even
>         repremanded. When there is a cover-up, the soldier is usually
>         simply
>         assigned to another ship. McCain was quietly assigned to
>         another ship. There is an ongoing debate about the incident to
>         this day.
>
>         John McCain's lack of character was further demonstrated when
>         he voted not to repeal Obamacare. He had run his 2016
>         Senatorial race underthe banner he would LEAD the fight to
>         repeal Obamacare. He hates Donald Trump so very much he
>         gleefully held his thumb down for his vote rather than a
>         thumbs up. He laughed afterwards and said, "Let's see Donald
>         Trump save America now!"
>
>         What a horrible man. He stabbed his constituents and
>         thecitizens of America in the back. Liberal socialists now
>         call him their hero.
>
>         McCain has recently discovered he has a brain tumor. I am
>         genuinely sorry for anyone who has to face a health issue
>         especially when it involves cancer. Thankfully for him the
>         doctors have said it is curable. The fact that he now has a
>         brain tumor does not change the horrendous things he has done
>         in his life because of his extremely low flawed character.
>
>         If Senator McCain's own health care was dependent on the
>         Obamacare he has continued to saddle the American people with,
>         I guarantee he would not have voted thumbs-down. But because
>         he married a wealthy heiress and has plenty of money to take
>         care of hisown health needs, he does not care.
>
>         What a guy... what a guy!
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