Liberalscum Buster

April 23, 2008

McCAIN HAS A FABRICATED WAR HERO STATUS AND A HOT TEMPER

Filed under: BARACK OBAMA, Bush, hillary clinton, John McCain, life, mideast, news, politics, war — gasdocpol @ 6:30 pm

SUPERSTITION ENTERS INTO HIS THINKING, HE CONFUSES SUNNIS, SHIITES AND AL QAEDA AND SAYS HE DOES NOT KNOW MUCH ABOUT ECONOMICS.

1. McCain flew 23 combat missions during a total of 20 hours over enemy territory. The average Airforce pilot flew 100 and many Naval aviators flew over 300.

2. McCain’s temper was a lifelong trait . In high school, his nickname was “McNasty. He once called his wife a cunt in public.

3. Does his admitted superstition enter into his decision making? Probably.

4. If McCain cannot even correctly identify the players, his knowledge does not even rise to the level of superficial and incomplete.

5. McCain admits that he does not even know the importance of economics when he says that he does not know much about economics.

My question is “Why are not more people scared?” google is a wonderful site. More people should use it

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7 Comments »

  1. How many combat missions has Obama or Hillary performed? 🙂

    Comment by goodtimepolitics — April 23, 2008 @ 7:33 pm

  2. Neither Hillary nor Obama is advertising themselves as a war hero.

    Comment by gasdocpol — April 23, 2008 @ 7:56 pm

  3. Are you seriously attempting to minimize John McCain’s military service because he only flew 23 combat missions? If so, your actions are despicable and repugnant. Let’s get down to brass tacks here… Let’s discuss those missions. McCain was almost killed on July 29, 1967 when he was at the epicenter of the USS Forrestal fire. McCain escaped from his burning jet and was trying to help another pilot escape when a bomb exploded. McCain was struck in the legs and chest by fragments. The ensuing fire killed 134 sailors and took 24 hours to control. As the USS Forrestal headed for repairs, McCain volunteered for the USS Oriskany.

    John McCain’s capture and imprisonment began on October 26, 1967. He was flying his 23rd bombing mission over North Vietnam when his A-4E Skyhawk was shot down by a missile over Hanoi. McCain fractured both arms and a leg and then nearly drowned when he parachuted into Truc Bach Lake in Hanoi. After he regained consciousness, a mob attacked him, crushed his shoulder with a rifle butt, and bayoneted him; he was then transported to Hanoi’s main Hoa Loa Prison, nicknamed the “Hanoi Hilton”. (Ever hear of that?)

    Although McCain was badly wounded, his captors refused to treat his injuries, instead beating and interrogating him to get information. Only when the North Vietnamese discovered that his father was a top admiral did they give him medical care and announce his capture. His status as a prisoner of war (POW) made the front pages of The New York Times and The Washington Post.

    McCain spent six weeks in the Hoa Loa hospital, receiving marginal care. Now having lost 50 pounds in a chest cast and with his hair turned white, McCain was sent to a different camp on the outskirts of Hanoi in December 1967, into a cell with two other Americans who did not expect him to live a week. In March 1968, McCain was put into solitary confinement where he would remain for two years.

    In July 1968, McCain’s father was named commander of all U.S. forces in the Vietnam theater. McCain was immediately offered early release. The North Vietnamese wanted a worldwide propaganda coup by appearing merciful and also wanted to show other POWs that elites like McCain were willing to be treated preferentially. McCain turned down the offer of repatriation; he would only accept the offer if every man taken in before him was released as well.

    In August of 1968, a program of severe torture began on McCain, at the same time as he was suffering from dysentery, and made an anti-American propaganda “confession”. He has always felt that his statement was dishonorable, but as he would later write, “I had learned what we all learned over there: Every man has his breaking point. I had reached mine.” His injuries left him permanently incapable of raising his arms above his head. He subsequently received two to three beatings per week because of his continued refusal to sign additional statements. Other American POWs were similarly tortured and maltreated in order to extract “confessions” and propaganda statements, with many enduring even worse treatment than McCain.

    McCain refused to meet with various anti-war groups seeking peace in Hanoi, not wanting to give either them or the North Vietnamese a propaganda victory. From late 1969 on, treatment of McCain and some of the other POWs became more tolerable. McCain and other prisoners cheered the B-52-led U.S. “Christmas Bombing” campaign of December 1972 as a forceful measure to push North Vietnam to terms.

    Altogether, McCain was held as a prisoner of war in North Vietnam for five and a half years. He was finally released from captivity on March 14, 1973.

    Do you for a moment now understand why he never flew more than 23 missions? You should be ashamed of yourself for posting such revolting lunatic liberal propoganda. Care to compare your military record to Sen. McCain? I doubt it.

    And as for your assertion that he called his wife the c-word. PROVE IT. Name one LEGITIMATE news organization/source that reported. You can’t. It only exists in the banal and pathetic blogs and minds of other lunatic liberals. How pathetic. The story is traced back to a couple of reporters who support each other’s claim it happened. Beyond that, there is absolutely no proof whatsoever it ever happened. But people like you persist in spreading it without bothering to back it up.

    Sen. McCain is a war hero. People who post mindless unsubstantiated crap and innuendo on their blogs are a zero.

    Post this reply on your blog if you have the guts.

    Comment by bolsonon — April 24, 2008 @ 4:10 am

  4. You are right to highlight these matters.

    Comment by Luminog — April 24, 2008 @ 9:34 am

  5. Luminog & Bolsonon

    On one side there is the claim that McCain was a hero during his 5 1/2 years as a POW and our country owes him a debt of gratitude and opposing that is the charge that McCain obtained preferential treatment from his captors because his father was the Commanding Admiral of US Naval forces in Vietnam. Some of this collaboration has been documented and admitted by McCain. Some of the claims are difficult to prove one way or another.

    Whether McCain is a Saint/Hero/Patriot or not, it neither qualifies nor disqualifies McCain to be President.

    “Papillon” (Henri Charrière)spent 14 years at Devil’s Island. Pappy Boyington , an authentic war hero spent 20 months as a Japanese POW. Neither of them would be qualified either.

    What is undisputed is John McCains violent temper. His knowledge of ecomomics and mideast politics does not even rise to the level of superficial and incomplete. All of this adds up to one scarey indiviual in the Oval Office.

    Comment by gasdocpol — April 24, 2008 @ 11:29 am

  6. You clearly harbor an irrational obsession with besmirching Sen. McCain’s name and service to our country. Me thinks you doth protest too much. You blather on and on—mostly with unsubstantiated and radical kooky and juvenile left-wing propoganda—about how McCain, in your opinion, is unfit to be president…but I notice you do not offer an endorsement of either Clinton or Obama. Do tell, do you also consider them to be unfit to be president as well or are you just a closet-Clinton or closet-Obama supporter spreading the Democrat party dung?

    And I again ask, care to compare YOUR military record to Sen. McCain’s? You are so quick (and in my opinion, cowardly) to attack Sen. McCain’s military service yet you are unwilling to share your record for public scrutiny. And please don’t bother to try and defend yourself and your unwillingness to do so by saying you’re not a candidate for president.

    Please do everyone a favor and share your brilliant insight by shining your biased and banal spotlight on Clinton and Obama for a change… Trust me, in an MP3 world, your irrelevant and insistent asinine attacks on Sen. McCain play like a broken record.

    Comment by bolsonon — April 26, 2008 @ 6:42 pm

  7. bolsonon
    1. Even if, indeed, McCain were a war hero, that would not make him qualified to be President. Although it could be a cool movie plot.

    (We could debate hs combat record, to what extent he cooperated with his captors and whether he was at fault for at least 3 of the 5 Navy planes planes that he lost.) BUT LET US ASSUME THAT HE WAS ABOVE REPROACH IN ALL OF THESE MATTERS) I am NOT of the opinion that his place at the bottom of his USNA class or his age are deterents to his ability to perform as President.Although I could insist that they are and many would agree with me.

    2. I have already cited deficits in his knowledge and therefore understanding of economics and Mideast politics.

    3. I have mentioned the emotional instability related to his life long hot temper.

    4. I have mentioned personality quirks such as superstition and compulsive gambling that concern me.

    These matters are well documented. I am willing to admit that McCain’s service was commendable.

    I HAVE NO MILITARY RECORD. I was given a USNR commission in 1960 and was in the inactive reserve until 1971 when I received an honorable discharge as Lieutenant(jg). I did serve on board ships in the merchant marine as Second and Third Mate. I went to medical school and was in medical practice for over 34 years.I was board Certified in my specialty and I obtained an MBA.

    My first choice would be Barack Obama and my second choice would be Hillary. I have voted for as many Republicans for President as Democrats. I voted for Nixon three times, also Ford and Bush the Elder. I have voted against Carter twice.

    Have I answered all the questions that you wanted answered ?

    Comment by gasdocpol — April 26, 2008 @ 7:33 pm


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