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Posted: 7/1/2002 1:46:36 AM EST
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 1:49:37 AM EST
A great big FU for him! What happened to the recall petition?
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 4:16:26 AM EST
i hope & pray that every Arizona citizen who owns a gun will vote against this scumbag traitor, i for one am going to do everythyng in my legal power to keep him out of office..., he is a liberal to the nth degree & i wish his worthless carcass were one of the missing !!!!!
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 4:46:47 AM EST
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 7:18:42 AM EST
Originally Posted By CactusJack: i hope & pray that every Arizona citizen who owns a gun will vote against this scumbag traitor, i for one am going to do everythyng in my legal power to keep him out of office..., he is a liberal to the nth degree & i wish his worthless carcass were one of the missing !!!!!
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AMEN brother, that idiot went out of his way to screw Colorado gun owners. You have our support AZ!
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 7:29:32 AM EST
Ugh. What'd we pay the NVA to get him back?
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 7:57:13 AM EST
[Last Edit: 7/1/2002 7:58:11 AM EST by osprey21]
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 7:58:24 AM EST
i dont like mccain at all. what a a s s hole!
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 8:03:59 AM EST
Now I am new to politics but wasn`t McCain a friend of ours not too long ago? If so what the he!! happened to him? Or was it because Bush won the Presidential election? Someone please tell me.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 10:19:44 AM EST
I would like to take this opportunity and apologize to every decent, hard-working, and law-abiding American for the complete crap my beloved alma-mater has turned out as politicians. Jimmy Carter, Ross Perot, and John McCain all came from USNA. HOW TOTALLY EMBARASSING! My only consolation is that we turn out better Naval Officers than we do politicians. In that, at least, we can be proud! Again, please accept my humblest apologies!
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 11:45:30 AM EST
While I would certainly agree that the Naval academy has turned out several POS. I disagree with the bulk of the officers the fleet receives as being worthy. Rebel (18 yrs enlisted, several more as a warrant.)
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 11:48:40 AM EST
[Last Edit: 7/1/2002 11:49:06 AM EST by ColonelKlink]
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 11:53:46 AM EST
Originally Posted By ColonelKlink: i think john mccain was the anchor.
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Is that the title they give to the last in his class? That's pretty good.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 11:54:53 AM EST
I agree with you CactusJack but McCain is not a traitor he is a typical politician who will sell out his own morals and beliefs for power. I am not trying to call you stupid CactusJack I am only clarifying your description.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 11:58:29 AM EST
Too bad the VC did not do him in. He has done more damage to the republic than good.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 12:19:50 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/1/2002 12:26:05 PM EST by USNA91]
Originally Posted By Rebel: While I would certainly agree that the Naval academy has turned out several POS. I disagree with the bulk of the officers the fleet receives as being worthy. Rebel (18 yrs enlisted, several more as a warrant.)
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Ah, yes. Written like a true knuckle-dragger. [;)] Must be "ring envy"..... [;D] Edited to add: AR15Bubba: I would have preferred the voters of Arizona to have done him in. One thing you should not belittle is his war record. His political record, OTOH.... [puke]
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 1:56:34 PM EST
I remember seeing something he was in and he claimed to be the pilot in the plane that caught fire on the Forestfire. The one we all saw in the fire fighting training films in the Navy. I never did find out if that were true, but the story left me feeling like he was a bulls**ter and I decided I didn't want him to make it as the Republican nominee after that. Still don't know if it is true, but I am glad he didn't make it now more than ever.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 2:02:26 PM EST
Originally Posted By Andrewh: I remember seeing something he was in and he claimed to be the pilot in the plane that caught fire on the Forestfire. The one we all saw in the fire fighting training films in the Navy. I never did find out if that were true, but the story left me feeling like he was a bulls**ter and I decided I didn't want him to make it as the Republican nominee after that. Still don't know if it is true, but I am glad he didn't make it now more than ever.
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First, it was the Forrestal, not the Forestfire, sonny. Yes, he was in an A4 that caught fire, not THE pilot, but one of several pilots that were caught up in that. An A8 Corsair electrical system spike cause a missile to fire on deck and all hell broke loose. Not defending his politics, but the story WAS (not WERE) true.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 4:48:48 PM EST
Originally Posted By ar15bubba: Too bad the VC did not do him in. ....
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They didn't?
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 4:53:58 PM EST
McCain is the Manchurian Candidate!!!!!!! It's a conspiracy!!! Charlie is attempting to take over the USA!!!!!!!!
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 5:14:33 PM EST
Bunch of enlisted guys got burned...McCain was okay though. I heard that he also had to be ordered not to take parole at the prison camp (hope it is not true, but suspect that it is).
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 5:25:05 PM EST
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 5:27:57 PM EST
The commies broke him. Somebody should put him out of our misery.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 7:12:55 PM EST
Originally Posted By DOCPIG: I agree with you CactusJack but McCain is not a traitor he is a typical politician who will sell out his own morals and beliefs for power. I am not trying to call you stupid CactusJack I am only clarifying your description.
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============================================= sorry pal.., but my deffinition of a traitor is one who sells out his own beliefs, his principals & his party, i won't mention his fellow POWs, thats well documented !! i am not calling you stupid either.., just enunciating my position.., in my book he is a traitor !! he is a liberal & he is pissed off & throwing a school yard tantrum..., did i mention he is a true democrap socialist pig & thats putting pigs down !!
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 9:03:01 PM EST
At least get the history right. "Forrestal arrived on Yankee Station on July 25 1967 and immediately began combat operations, her aircraft flying 150 sorties during the next 4 days, without the loss of a single aircraft. At 10:52 A.M. on July 29, the second launch was being readied when a Zuni rocket accidentally fired from an F-4 Phantom parked on the starboard side of the flight deck aft of the island. The missile streaked across the deck into a 400 gallon belly fuel tank on a parked A-4D Skyhawk. The ruptured tank spew highly flammable JP-5 fuel onto the deck which ignited spreading flames over the flight deck under other fully loaded aircraft ready for launch. The ensuing fire caused ordinance to explode and other rockets to ignite. Spread by the wind, the flames engulfed the aft end of the stricken ship turning the flight deck into a blazing inferno. Berthing spaces immediately below the flight deck became death traps for fifty men, while other crewmen were blown overboard by the explosion. Nearby ships hastened to the Forrestal's aid. The Oriskany, herself a victim of a tragic fire in October 1966, stood by to offer fire-fighting and medical aid to the larger carrier. Nearby escort vessels sprayed water on the burning Forrestal and within an hour the fire on the flight deck was under control. But secondary fires below deck took another 12 hours to contain. The damage and loss of life was catastrophic. The four-and-a-half-acre flight deck was littered with pieces of aircraft, as men struggled to clear away bombs and ammunition, throwing the ordnance over the side. One young 130-pound lieutenant found the strength to heave a 250-pound bomb overboard.
Link Posted: 7/1/2002 11:23:42 PM EST
Go play solitaire.....
Link Posted: 7/2/2002 12:25:44 PM EST
----------------------------------------------- [url]www.washtimes.com/national/inpolitics.htm[/url] (07/02/02) Regulating e-mails Sen. John McCain and other congressional backers of the new campaign finance law demanded that the Federal Election Commission regulate e-mails as well as Internet advertising, according to FEC Commissioner Bradley Smith. Mr. Smith, interviewed last week by Tony Snow on the Fox News Channel's "Special Report," said the commission resisted the Arizona Republican's demands because the Internet was not mentioned in the legislation. "For example, the bill mentions a wide variety of types of communications that are going to be set for more regulation - billboards, magazines, broadcasts, cable, satellite. Never says a word about Internet," said Mr. Smith, a Republican appointee. "But when we went into our regulatory process, Senator McCain and the other sponsors urged us to go ahead and regulate the Internet. Well, four members of the commission said no. "And those sponsors have asked the four members. Those four members said we should resign. Now, they all say they want to regulate publicly the Internet. But they didn't in their comments to the commission." Mr. Snow: "How do they want to regulate the Internet?" Mr. Bradley: "Well, they want us to treat it like another other campaign resource and limit the amounts that can be spent on it and who can spend money. And to me, this would smother this new medium that's so democratic, that's inexpensive, that almost anyone can use. "And I think that had Congress known that they were going to be regulating the Internet, it wouldn't have passed. Or another example is e-mails. They want to regulate e-mail communications." Mr. Snow: "Wait, wait. How do you do that?" Mr. Smith: "What they want to do is regulate e-mail communications. If they go to more than 500 people, they would have to be paid for with certain amounts of hard money and subject to reporting requirements of the act, and all the other panoply of things that go on under the Federal Elections Campaign act, which is a very complex act." Mr. Snow: "But whose communication would it regulate? Simply those of officeholders, or anybody who's supporting an officeholder? How do you make the bill of distinctions?" Mr. Smith: "Well, it would be any communications made by political parties and also by various 501C and nonprofit groups that citizens might belong to. So, for example, if you're a member of, you know, any group. You can pick one, the NRA . Mr. Snow: "So would it apply to Common Cause, pushing for McCain-Feingold?" Mr. Smith: "If they sent out 500 e-mails at a particular time close to an election. Now, we've rejected that approach. We say, look, people, your e-mails are going to stay unregulated, at least until Congress specifically says we want you to regulate Internet and e-mail."
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