McCain and his dope addict McWife EXPOSED! : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread

BEST article yet!

What a hypocrite. What a two-faced slimebag.

What a L-O-S-E-R.

-- Charles Underwood Farley (chuck@u.farley), February 24, 2000



Mr. Farley, why so hard on yourself?? Perhaps a visit to a therapist is in order.

Oops, just noticed the link. My mistake.

-- doesanybody (care@this.point), February 24, 2000.

WOAH! thanks for the post. somehow i missed it. i have been wavering but after seeing this--obviously i should not waver any longer.

i may not necessarily like BUSH (actually i don't like any of the candidates--they are all CANDIDATES) but there is definitely a reason why the scumbags in the democratic party are doing their best to support mccain and defeat bush. they want the weakest candidate with the most sordid past likely to simply defeat in nov. trust me--we aren't hearing the bad news on mccain because the media wants to affect the republican outcome but we WILL hear it in the event bush loses and mccain becomes our only candidate.

this is scary. when was the last election that 1) the media attempted so much control? and 2) that dems organized to defeat a republican candidate? i am afraid of our future as a country.

-- tt (, February 24, 2000.

Actually, there's a site with a whole lot of information on McCain and his wife.

Vietnam War Remembrances They have a "Campaign 2000" Link that exposes all the dirt on McCain

-- Ricky (, February 24, 2000.

The dems seem to have this thing in the bag. Go all the way Bush's Mama's Boy!!!!!

-- ,-, (comma@dash.comma), February 24, 2000.

You guy's are discusting. WND is on par with the ntl enquier and a smut puplication at best. What does a candidates wife's past have to to with it? This article is about as biased as it can get. If that is the way you guy's look at the big picture and are influenced by brainwashing then you deserve any crocket politician as bush and others.

Good luck and maybe next time you learn from your mistakes. Clinton obiousely wasn't enugh of a mistake to be learned from.

-- its discusting (, February 24, 2000.

Cindy McCain's addiction problem and the Keating 5 incident are dead issues. Mrs. McCain has been drug free for years. She did community service and paid $47,000 in restitution for her punishment. She also had to do counseling for her drug problem. Like alot of Americans, she had some issues that she was embarrassed to talk about and seek help for what troubled her back then. Today she is a better woman because of the experience. The honorable Senator John McCain was CLEARED of any wrongdoing in the Keating 5 incident after a thorough investigation. Besides these two dead issues along with the other dead issue of John McCain's divorce from his first wife, is there anything else in John and Cindy's past that needs clarified? McCain 2000!!!

-- Vern (, February 24, 2000.

Thanks for putting things in perspective, Vern. I still prefer Bush to McCain, but let's take our stands based on the real issues.

-- Markus Archus (m@rkus.archus), February 24, 2000.

So McCain's wife abusing pills is worse than Bush himself abusing cocaine how?

-- ?? (@ .), February 24, 2000.


Oooooohhhhh World Net Daily regurgitates old issues covered by 60 Minutes and all the rest MONTHS AGO!

McCain has a 17 year record of voting conservatively, pro-life and pro-gun rights. Because he doesn't pander to the religious right and the Republican powers-that-be then they have to try to smear him and ruin his family. Yeah, real Christian spirit.

That article claims that the unions and democrats phone banks were making all the calls to voters - well, excuse my language, but they don't know shit.... I and other moderate Republicans were making calls from right here in California, and the people we reached appreciated the sincerity and good intentions we had. So, go whine, piss and moan about the way things are going...... for what it is worth.

I am so sick and tired of watching good people being fed distortions and lies, being whipped into a frenzy to fight a dirty battle against McCain. When will they wake up and realize that the Republican Party has a great candidate in John McCain - not perfect (we are all human) but a much better option than George Bush (wipe that sneer off your face, please George.)

Sorry to rant, not my usual way but this article was ridiculous!

-- Kristi (, February 24, 2000.

Hmm, seeing lots of posts expressings strong feelings based on unverifiable beliefs about the interpretation of past actions and prediction of future intentions of immensely powerful individuals.

Sounds like some kind of religious ranting to me.

-- _ (_@_._), February 24, 2000.

A pox on all their houses.

-- Richard (, February 24, 2000.

To those last two:

No, I don't worship John McCain and hmmmm..... a pox on both their houses..... sigh.....

Becoming a participant instead of a bystander in the political process isn't fun but I see the results of apathy by the majority - look at where we are at with regard to integrity in the White House.

Locally, nobody bothers to get involved with local government: Water boards, supervisor's meetings, etc..... too busy, too boring, etc.... I am just trying to step up to the plate and do my fair share instead of just whining about how bad our circumstances are.

-- Kristi (, February 24, 2000.

"So McCain's wife abusing pills is worse than Bush himself abusing cocaine how? "

Abusing pills is worse than being the victim of an unsubstantiated rumor for which zero evidence has been put forward.

-- Markus Archus (m@arkus.archus), February 24, 2000.

I guess you turkies don't know who Tanya Metaksa is, or where she worked before becoming a commentator.

McJerk is REVEALED. Deal with it.

-- Charles Underwood Farley (chuck@u.farley), February 24, 2000.

WND is the worst possible example of dirty, yellow journalism. They make tabloids look lily white. So she had a problem; she's over it. Are all of you so pure that you never slipped on *anything*.

I'm not even a McCain fan, but he's better than Bush any day. But of course, Bush is of the "Don't ask, cause I won't tell." school of thought.

-- gilda (, February 24, 2000.

Once again for the record...many who question the credibility and past of McCain (which is reasonable for ANY potential candidate), are not necessarily Bush supporters. I will not vote for Bush.

If we are talking about voting the lesser of two evils, then toss a dice.

As far as a dead issue Vern...are you saying that we should take no notice of a person's past actions and history? If you believe it is all 'in the past' and not relevant...perhaps. It's true that some people do wrong things and then feel remorse and turn away from doing wrong. On the other hand, some people do wrong things, and feel regret only at being 'found out' or having to face consequences. Regarding McCain, you obviously feel that any wrong doing is the of the former type. I'm not so sure. I like to make sure I'm not buying 'swamp land'.

-- Mumsie (, February 24, 2000.

Isn't Betty Ford a recovering alcholic?

What matters is whether any candidate or their spouse abuses substances NOW or in the recent past.

-- (, February 24, 2000.

nemesis... I agree that current and recent are most relevant. I also believe that it matters whether the burglar is sorry that he stole, or sorry that he got caught.

I also don't believe that mistakes must condemn a person, or define them forever.

-- Mumsie (, February 24, 2000.

WorldNetDaily, eh? Isn't that the outfit owned and operated by Reverend Moon and his Unifica.... No, wait, that's The Washington Times, now I remember....

Doesn't WorldNetDaily offer for sale a video purporting to overthrow the theory of evolution? Thought I saw it on their site last time I visited. Wouldn't say this bunch of "conservatives" had an agenda, would you, just unbiased investigative reporting at it's finest?

Anyway, here's one link of many:


I especially like the section/paragraph "Participants walked away from the conference with renewed hope, galvanized to 'take on the world' and restore conservative news consistent with a Judeo-Christian perspective."

Right on.

Run a search on "Joseph Farah" on and see what else this gentleman believes. This guy's a real credit to the Republican race, let me tell ya. Really fine stuff, just really fine.

Now, if y'all don't mind, I think I'll keep reading the daily New York Times -- one of the best papers in the world, really -- since I like my news a bit less contaminated by sleazy CrytoNazi/Christianoid bushwa (and the crosswords are terrific fun).

-- panjandrum (, February 24, 2000.

Ya know Charles- Alot of people make mistakes in their lives. And most learn something from them. If you can put forward a reason why she hurt anyone but herself, please do so. If not, live and let live. I personally have nothing but respect for someone trying to fix their life, and becoming stronger for it.

-- Gia (, February 24, 2000.

That should have read "sleazy CryptoNazi/Christianoid bushwa....," which I figured y'all got anyway, but I was particularly proud of that "bushwa," a term we in the South sometimes use -- in delicate company, natch -- as synonymous with "bullshit."


-- panjandrum (, February 24, 2000.

You McCrankies are a miserable bunch. And a bunch of hypocrites. You act like a bunch of brownshirts jumping all over your critics, trying to smear them with anything you can come up with.

Why? Because you don't like the fact that they exposed your nazi candidate for what he is!

I fear for this nation if that lunatic is elected.

-- Charles Underwood Farley (chuck@u.farley), February 24, 2000.

I think I still like Keyes...

-- Mad Monk (, February 25, 2000.

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