Monday, August 27, 2018

Jimmy Dore - Craziest Eulogy Of John McCain Comes From Democrat

Jimmy Dore shows your the real John McCain, except it was no secret, so why doesn't the media tell us the truth? John McCain sings, Bomb, bomb, bomb, Iran, and the audience laughs. Well, McCain won't be found in Heaven. When Margaret Thatcher died lots of people in Britain sung, Ding dong, the witch is dead.


Noah Way said...

McCain blocked every attempt to find missing Vietnam POWs despite being a POW himself, probably to cover up the failed US obligation to pat war reparations (part of the negotiated settlement of the conflict). The Vietnamese held some POWs as insurance, and as the payment was never made the POWs were never released.

All I can say is this shithole should have been one of the ones left behind, never to be seen or heard from again.

Matt Franko said...

“Senator John McCain arrived late at his Senate office on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, just after the first plane hit the World Trade Center. “This is war,” he murmured to his aides. The sound of scrambling fighter planes rattled the windows, sending a tremor of panic through the room.

Within hours, Mr. McCain, the Vietnam War hero and famed straight talker of the 2000 Republican primary, had taken on a new role: the leading advocate of taking the American retaliation against Al Qaeda far beyond Afghanistan. In a marathon of television and radio appearances, Mr. McCain recited a short list of other countries said to support terrorism, invariably including Iraq, Iran and Syria.

“There is a system out there or network, and that network is going to have to be attacked,” Mr. McCain said the next morning on ABC News. “It isn’t just Afghanistan,” he added, on MSNBC. “I don’t think if you got bin Laden tomorrow that the threat has disappeared,” he said on CBS, pointing toward other countries in the Middle East.

Within a month he made clear his priority. “Very obviously Iraq is the first country,” he declared on CNN. By Jan. 2, Mr. McCain was on the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt in the Arabian Sea, yelling to a crowd of sailors and airmen: “Next up, Baghdad!”

September 11.... seems like this is still going on... taking way too long....