You too, Chad.
.@BrandonDillon75: GOP should rescind speaking invitation for @realDonaldTrump after comments about @SenJohnMcCain & Mexican immigrants.
— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) July 22, 2015
What a pair of pathetic losers.
John “Amnesty” McCain’s record is fair game.
Yep. I’m with Denninger on this one.
Matter of fact, anyone who’d give money to the RNC has rocks in their head. “Period.”
You Betcha! (14)Nuh Uh.(0)
Look, if Brandon Dillon (or even Chad Livengood) cannot find the time to ask why the democrats cannot keep their own people on a very short leash, or even when the democrat in question needs to "apologize" for stating something that is blatantly obvious, those two really do not have anything even remotely relevant to add to this story.
Youse guys might be too young to remember that in 1967, John-boy McCain was directly responsible for causing a fire on an aircraft carrier causing the loss of 110 sailors. He was wisked off the carrier, the event was investigated only by the Navy, talking to none of the witnesses. John-Boy's daddy was directly involved. If he was "captured" and prosecuted for 110 counts of negligent homicide then, we wouldn't be discussing him now. Then there's the other scandals. . .yeah, he's no hero--Trump is right, but for the wrong reason.
Which one was this, Ms. Schwartz?
The ID10T pilot "mishap" or the one where he opened fire on his own ship while on the flight deck?
The U.S.S. Forestal, 1967, yeah--he gunned his jet plane (an absolute no-no), caught the deck on fire, killed 110 Sailors, maimed many more. It's only been 51 years. . .here's one of the better links:
The USS Liberty is one of those things that they don't teach you in school, including the treachery perpetrated not only by Israel against America, but from the upper echelons of the US Military along with the White House as well.
James Ennes' book "The Assault on the Liberty" is a great resource to get anyone up to speed who might be interested. Michigan's Own Military & Space Museum in Frankenmuth also has a display from the Liberty (the XO was from Michigan), and it was one of the people at that museum who recommended that book to me.
It's been a while since I read it, but I didn't recall Daddy McCain's involvement with the Attack on the USS Liberty.