10/5/08

Rolling Stone Exposes McCain - the "Make-Believe Maverick" and Utter Screw Up

Thanks to our neighbor Henry who is circulating this article widely.

Make-Believe Maverick
A closer look at the life and career of John McCain reveals a disturbing record of recklessness and dishonesty
TIM DICKINSON

[From Issue 1063 — October 16, 2008]

At Fort McNair, an army base located along the Potomac River in the nation's capital, a chance reunion takes place one day between two former POWs. It's the spring of 1974, and Navy commander John Sidney McCain III has returned home from the experience in Hanoi that, according to legend, transformed him from a callow and reckless youth into a serious man of patriotism and purpose. Walking along the grounds at Fort McNair, McCain runs into John Dramesi, an Air Force lieutenant colonel who was also imprisoned and tortured in Vietnam.

McCain is studying at the National War College, a prestigious graduate program he had to pull strings with the Secretary of the Navy to get into. Dramesi is enrolled, on his own merit, at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces in the building next door.

Read More...

...in sections titled...
  • McCAIN FIRST
  • THE NAVY BRAT
  • BOTTOM GUN
  • TRIAL BY FIRE
  • VIOLATING THE CODE
  • THE CONFESSION
  • "A BELLICOSE HAWK"
  • BOOZE AND PORK
  • THE CARPETBAGGER
  • THE KEATING FIVE
  • FAVORS FOR DONORS
  • "HE IS HOTHEADED"
  • "NEXT UP, BAGHDAD!"
  • MR. FLIP-FLOP
And do not miss the astonishing video of the 5 myths of John McCain........
and the accompanying essays:

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