McCain messing up and saying President Obama will turn this country around.

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Then he had to repeat himself 10 times to reprogram, President Romney, President Romney, President Romney, President Romney, (please not the electric wires again), President Romney, President Romney, President Romney, President Romney.
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  Arnold Swartzenegger would say, "Give McCain a break.  He's got a brain toooomore."


  Besides, he was tortured for 3 minutes at the Hanoi Hilton during the Viet Nam War.
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...  Besides, he was tortured for 3 minutes at the Hanoi Hilton during the Viet Nam War.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2008/01/15/when-ross-perot-calls.html
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Perot's real problem with McCain is that he believes the senator hushed up evidence that
live POWs were left behind in Vietnam and even transferred to the Soviet Union for human experimentation,
a charge Perot says he heard from a senior Vietnamese official in the 1980s. "There's evidence, evidence, evidence," Perot claims.

"McCain was adamant about shutting down anything to do with recovering POWs."



Oh tptb would like to split the ticket enough to where they can manipulate the election...
like they did with Ross Perot.....


Oh and like Ron Paul - they always protrayed RP (notice the initials are the same?) the billionaire hero (Vietnam mia's/iran)  was non-electable with big ears and extreme while he was the front runner for months!

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/452410/Ross-Perot

In 1992, while a guest on CNN’s Larry King Live, Perot announced that he would run for the office of U.S. president if supporters would file petitions enabling him to be on the ballot in all 50 states. With Democratic front-runner Bill Clinton suffering from personal scandals and facing a tough primary race from Jerry Brown and with the incumbent

Republican president George Bush weakened by a faltering economy, support for Perot initially earned widespread popularity, particularly among voters dissatisfied with traditional party politics.

Perot reached out to both Democrats and Republicans, hiring former operatives from each party to advise his campaign.

Polls in May and June showed Perot leading both Clinton and Bush, but in July he unexpectedly dropped from the race.

He later returned to the campaign trail, however, and selected James Stockdale as his vice-presidential running mate. Perot ran a nontraditional campaign, focusing on 30-minute infomercial-style advertisements and appearing on the stump to deliver speeches only rarely.

His policies focused on opposition to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA; supported by both Bush and Clinton) and on elimination of the country’s budget deficit and national debt.

Spending some $65 million of his personal fortune, Perot won 19 percent of the popular vote in the November election. After the election he organized the nonpartisan political pressure group United We Stand America.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ross_Perot
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Perot announced on Larry King Live that he would not seek the presidency. He explained that he did not want the House of Representatives to decide the election if the result caused the electoral college to be split. Perot eventually stated the reason was that he received threats that digitally altered photographs would be released by the Bush campaign to sabotage his daughter's wedding

http://www.theperotlegacy.com/
The Perot Legacy chronicles the political reform movement inspired by Ross Perot's 1992 run for US President and urges everyday Americans to take an active role in government.
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In The Perot Legacy, Benjamin lays out the campaign's successful infiltration of "politics as usual" and exposes the backroom deals, intimidation, stalkers, and death threats that dogged the campaign's every step.

http://www.famoustexans.com/rossperot.htm
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In 1979, two EDS employees were taken hostage by the Iranian government. Perot directed a successful rescue mission composed of EDS employees and led by retired Green Beret Colonel Arthur “Bull” Simons. Perot himself went to Iran and entered the prison where his men were held. Ken Follett wrote a best selling novel, On Wings of Eagles, about the rescue. An NBC TV miniseries was later made from the book. Later in 1979, Governor William P. Clements, Jr. asked Perot to head Texas’ War on Drugs Committee. The group proposed five laws to deter illegal drug operations, all of which were passed by the legislature and signed into law.

http://www.ctrl.org/essay1/ESB6.html

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President Reagan appointed Reform Party founder and Texas billionaire Ross Perot to the President's Advisory Council on Foreign Intelligence. Reagan made Perot a special presidential investigator, looking into America's POW and MIAs from the Vietnam "War".

Ross took the job to heart and spent considerable time and money in pursuit of the quest. He was given special clearance and access. He asked questions and interviewed everyone he could find.

From "Kiss The Boys Goodbye":

"Relations between Bush and Perot had gone downhill ever since the Vice-President had asked Ross Perot how his POW/MIA investigations were going.

'Well, George, I go in looking for prisoners,' said Perot, 'but I spend all my time discovering the government has been moving drugs around the world and is involved in illegal arms deals.... I can't get at the prisoners because of the corruption among our own people.'

"This ended Perot's official access to the highly classified files as a one-man presidential investigator. 'I have been instructed to cease and desist,' he had informed the families of missing men early in 1987."

Video - Remember Ross Perot Warning of U.S Job Losses? 1992 Presidential Debate with Clinton and Bush

http://www.vietnow.com/pagesbooks/anenormous.htm
An Enormous Crime
The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia
A book by former U.S. Rep. Bill Hendon (R-NC)
and Elizabeth A. Stewart

My POW/MIA Conversion:
From Skeptic to True Believer in 587 Pages
Review by Christian Nelson, VietNow National Editor
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Ho Chi Minh’s revenge

If you believe most of the heavily referenced (75 pages of footnotes in small type) facts presented by Hendon and Stewart – (and I do now) – you will believe that the North Vietamese did hold back hundreds of our servicemen as “insurance” that Nixon and Kissinger would pay off on the secret part of the deal. And, as you read through page after page of this gripping account, you will come to believe that the U.S. did refuse to pay the ransom for those hundreds of men secretly left behind....

A skillful laying out of the case

After laying this very important groundwork related to events either unknown or long forgotten by most of us, Hendon and Stewart began the careful, objective, and unemotional statement of their case.

They present strong evidence to support the basic fact that the North Vietnamese and the Pathet Lao were holding many more U.S. prisoners than they had publicly announced. They provide detailed accounts of the negotiations, conversations, and letters between U.S. President Richard Nixon, U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and North Vietnam’s chief negotiator Le Duc Tho (and others).

And a big (very big) part of the negotiations, letters, and conversations revolved around how many prisoners would be released, the names of those prisoners, and (most germane to our discussion) what the North Vietnamese wanted in exchange for the prisoners.

This would not be the much-heralded “peace with honor.” This would be a secret back-room deal – “peace at a very high price.”

The U.S. would pay war reparations to the North Vietnamese in exchange for the return of our captured servicemen.

That was the deal, and the amount demanded by the North Vietnamese was measured not in millions, but in billions of dollars. It would be the largest ransom in history.

Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5

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J. McCain. This man is mentally ill, he is driven to remain in power, the glory and ego of his position are his mainstay, his very purpose feeding his demented mind.
  He was afforded total protection by the powers, from his incident on the SS Forestall, to his Hanoi Hilton Betrayal. He is a owned member of the elite club.
  This psychotic individual danced and sang to the tune of the Beach boys (Barbar an), proof of his insanity and the type of skinsacks the elite use. For those who may not know, his lyrics as he danced to this music were,  BOMB,BOMB,BOMB, IRAN, BOMB, BOMB BOMBAIRAN. He was laughing and on stage having a ball as he sang about genocide. Must we contend with Psychopaths in public office, who in their right mind would consider this freak sane?
 

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J. McCain. This man is mentally ill, he is driven to remain in power, the glory and ego of his position are his mainstay, his very purpose feeding his demented mind.  ...


Younger people don't understand how this nut is a senator...
Why do citizens in Arizona vote for this guy? over and over?  He is a complete tool.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_McCain
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Start of fifth Senate term
While control of the House of Representatives went over to the Republicans in the 112th Congress, the Senate stayed Democratic and McCain continued to be the ranking member of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

As the 2011 Middle East and North Africa protests took center stage, McCain urged that embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak step down and thought the U.S. should push for democratic reforms in the region despite the associated risks of religious extremists gaining power.[273]

McCain was an especially vocal supporter of the 2011 military intervention in Libya.

In April of that year he visited the Anti-Gaddafi forces and National Transitional Council in Benghazi, the highest-ranking American to do so, and said that the rebel forces were "my heroes".[274]

In August, McCain voted for the Budget Control Act of 2011 that resolved the U.S. debt ceiling crisis.[275]

In November, McCain and Senator Carl Levin were leaders in efforts to codify in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012 that terrorism suspects, no matter where captured, could be detained by the U.S. military and its tribunal system; following objections by civil libertarians, some Democrats, and the White House, McCain and Levin agreed to language making it clear that the bill would not pertain to U.S. citizens.
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Tahoe, thank you, I too wonder why Arizoninas continue to support this Physco, the oly thing that some to mind some may beleive he was a hero , POW status, others may have pledged their allegiance simply out of tradition , some are economically based-$, others are simply brain dead sheeple.

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'Well, George, I go in looking for prisoners,' said Perot, 'but I spend all my time discovering the government has been moving drugs around the world and is involved in illegal arms deals.... I can't get at the prisoners because of the corruption among our own people.'

Sounds kind of like the Norman Dodd story.
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http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2008/01/15/when-ross-perot-calls.html
...
Perot's real problem with McCain is that he believes the senator hushed up evidence that
live POWs were left behind in Vietnam and even transferred to the Soviet Union for human experimentation,
a charge Perot says he heard from a senior Vietnamese official in the 1980s. "There's evidence, evidence, evidence," Perot claims.

"McCain was adamant about shutting down anything to do with recovering POWs."

http://www.vietnow.com/pagesbooks/anenormous.htm
An Enormous Crime
The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia
A book by former U.S. Rep. Bill Hendon (R-NC)
and Elizabeth A. Stewart

My POW/MIA Conversion:
From Skeptic to True Believer in 587 Pages
Review by Christian Nelson, VietNow National Editor
...

Ho Chi Minh’s revenge

If you believe most of the heavily referenced (75 pages of footnotes in small type) facts presented by Hendon and Stewart – (and I do now) – you will believe that the North Vietamese did hold back hundreds of our servicemen as “insurance” that Nixon and Kissinger would pay off on the secret part of the deal. And, as you read through page after page of this gripping account, you will come to believe that the U.S. did refuse to pay the ransom for those hundreds of men secretly left behind....

A skillful laying out of the case

After laying this very important groundwork related to events either unknown or long forgotten by most of us, Hendon and Stewart began the careful, objective, and unemotional statement of their case.

They present strong evidence to support the basic fact that the North Vietnamese and the Pathet Lao were holding many more U.S. prisoners than they had publicly announced. They provide detailed accounts of the negotiations, conversations, and letters between U.S. President Richard Nixon, U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, and North Vietnam’s chief negotiator Le Duc Tho (and others).

And a big (very big) part of the negotiations, letters, and conversations revolved around how many prisoners would be released, the names of those prisoners, and (most germane to our discussion) what the North Vietnamese wanted in exchange for the prisoners.

This would not be the much-heralded “peace with honor.” This would be a secret back-room deal – “peace at a very high price.”

The U.S. would pay war reparations to the North Vietnamese in exchange for the return of our captured servicemen.

That was the deal, and the amount demanded by the North Vietnamese was measured not in millions, but in billions of dollars. It would be the largest ransom in history.



  Thanks TahoeBlue  for all the research on Insane McCain.  Yes, he is mentally ill.  I wish the voters of AZ would have gotten rid of him last year.

  As a veteran, this still burns me up about McCain---abandoning the POW's.  McCain is a traitor!


  The best part of your post is the picture of Ron Paul and President Reagan.  In the beginning of Ronald Reagan's campaign to be president, only 4 Congressman supported him--Dr. Paul was one of the 4.  Ron Paul helped change the course of history.  THAT IS COOL.

  http://www.ronpaul.com/2011-09-06/ron-paul-the-one-who-stood-with-reagan/

  VIDEO AT THE LINK

Ron Paul: The One Who Stood with Reagan
1022 Responses
by RonPaul.com on September 6, 2011


The establishment called him “extreme and unelectable”. They said he was the wrong man for the job. It’s why a young Texan named Ron Paul was one of only 4 congressmen to endorse Ronald Reagan’s campaign for President, believing in Reagan’s message of smaller government and lower taxes. After Reagan, Senator Al Gore ran for President, pledging to raise taxes and increase spending, pushing his liberal values. And Al Gore found a cheerleader in Texas named Rick Perry. Rick Perry helped lead Al Gore’s campaign to undo the Reagan Revolution, fighting to elect Al Gore President of the United States. Now, America must decide who to trust, Al Gore’s Texas cheerleader, or the one who stood with Reagan.





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Yes what would the world have been like if Reagan had not been shot by Hinkley?

It's more complicated than we know, Reagan was an early operative and they thought they had him controlled. But Bush wanted more? Iran/Contra CIA drugs/guns/money had to flow. The China tech and economic programs of Rockefeller/Kissinger/Nixon had to continue. They had to kick off Alceda Afghan /ussr program.

McCain was the hatchet man for the Nixon/Kissinger Vietnam MIA/POW fiasco. Americans could not know that their men were left in hell to die.

For those unfamiliar see:
THE FORTY YEARS WAR - Nixon gave up Vietnam  

In 1969, Rockefeller Official Said US Would Be De-industrialized  

Mao was a Yale Man - A Yali for Skull and Bones

JFK 1954: The Truth About Indochina = 2011: The Truth About Libya/Iraq/Etc
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McInsane would have been worse than Ovomit.  What a "choice"  we had in 2008.
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McInsane would have been worse than Ovomit.  What a "choice"  we had in 2008.
McInsane would have been worse than Ovomit, best nicknames so far.......++

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Why the people of Arizona don't retire this old goon is beyond me!  He has nothing to offer his constituents!

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Most of these old guys need to be retired. Most are out of their minds and just followers, not leaders!
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