John McCain is used again

by Anatoly O. 03.30.2001

A son and a grandson of Navy admirals, corrupt Senator from Arizona John Sidney McCain, was born on August 29, 1936, in the Panama Canal Zone. He graduated the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1958. On July 29, 1967, a missile accidentally fired from a nearby plane, striking the fuel tank on McCain's plane. McCain left his plane. Bombs exploded killing his co-pilot. By the time it was all over, 134 men lost their lives, hundreds more were injured, and more than 20 planes were destroyed. In October, 1967, Lt. Commander McCain bombed civilian targets in North Vietnam. Being shut down over the center of Hanoi, he was rescued by soldiers of Red Vietnam Army from angry Vietnamese civilians. McCain spent 5 years in a POW camp in Vietnam. His imprisonment was widely used for propaganda purposes by the Vietnamese Communists.

During primaries, media used McCain to harm Bush. Republican presidential hopeful McCain promised "Straight Talk." Later he came back to South Carolina to admit that he lied about Confederate Flag's removal from the State House dome. "I'm ashamed that I'm corrupt," McCain confessed and immediately excused himself: "The system has become basically corrupt, all senators are corrupt."

Now democrats and media are using McCain's Campaign Finance Reform to disrupt Bush's programs. More importantly, when this Reform becomes law, it will be very difficult to enforce. Shameless politicians will break this new law, as they have been breaking old ones. Terry McAuliffe, Chuck Schumer, and the media, all favor the McCain-Feingold Reform. It says it all.