That's right, I said it.
Since the McCain campaign has proven they're willing to say just about anything, allege anything, even questioning the patriotism of fellow US Senators, in particular Senator Obama, I'll simply play by the same rules.
Even the military has questioned John McCain's judgment. Why shouldn't we?
Three crashes early in his career led Navy officials to question or fault his judgment.
For a man that's tried to use his military background as proof for sound character and judgment, he's particularly protective of releasing any records to detail the result of the many investigations and resolutions regarding his military mistakes.
...McCain was on his 23rd bombing mission over North Vietnam when a surface-to-air missile struck his A-4 attack jet. He was flying 3,000 feet above Hanoi.
A then-secret report issued in 1967 by McCain's squadron said the aviators had learned to stay at an altitude of 4,000 to 10,000 feet in heavy surface-to-air missile environments and look for approaching missiles. -- Source
McCain is more than an erratic, angry little man, he's also a liar.
Mississippi Senator Thad Cochran, a Republican, reflected the views of many of his colleagues earlier this year when he said:
"The thought of his being president sends a cold chill down my spine...He is erratic. He is hotheaded. He loses his temper and he worries me."
The erratic nature of McCain's campaign seems to be confirming that judgment. -- Source
I hope no one is naive enough to believe that McCain would not be making these same exact points if these were Obama's issues. McCain is proving as much with the newest insinuations by his "pitbull" in "lipstick".
The Keating Five were five United States Senators accused of corruption in 1989, igniting a major political scandal as part of the larger Savings and Loan crisis of the late 1980s and early 1990s. The five senators, Alan Cranston (D-CA), Dennis DeConcini (D-AZ), John Glenn (D-OH), John McCain (R-AZ), and Donald W. Riegle (D-MI), were accused of improperly intervening in 1987 on behalf of Charles H. Keating, Jr., chairman of the Lincoln Savings and Loan Association, which was the target of a regulatory investigation by the Federal Home Loan Bank Board.
Senators John Glenn and John McCain were cleared of having acted improperly but were criticized for having exercised "poor judgment". -- Source
This point is even more relevant since we're in the midst of a huge bank bailout due to this same type of deregulation, which McCain has fought for his entire career and is currently "flip-flopping" on.
"The heels are on, and the gloves are off". - Sarah Palin
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