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Monday, December 19, 2016

John McCain

Wow, I have never been a fan of John McCain. But I guess I must bite my tongue after some 30-years on the other side of the fence. So I may have to take back everything nasty. I did not agree with him on many occasions and issues, especially when he went head-to-head with Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska. Ted, this nation's most powerful member of Congress, assassinated and the truth kept a secret! But when a "statesmen" like John McCain sees trouble ahead and trouble behind from the Russian Federation "hack" and is demanding an investigation, there is something really troubling. "We the People" must heed that warning else become the "We the People Denied". And if we had a Congress that cared, a Congress that held the conviction upon the Constitution above all other things considered, there would have already been a team picked and well into an investigation. Like did Donald Trump have contact with the enemy, contact with Vladimir? If so, our Founding Fathers called that "Treason". But the "Treasonous Turncoats" that have invaded the "House", like Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan, they are in it for themselves and will not budge an inch on McCain's demands. Look, John McCain is telling US we must act, but the Senate and House of Representatives have been taken over by Tea Party loyalists, with a single determination, ransack "Democracy". So it is sad, that within a few weeks...well "Give me liberty or give me death" may become this nation's new battle cry of the Republic.


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