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Dec 13 2014

McCain Denounces America for Interrogating Terrorists and Even for Bombing Nazis

Only one moonbat could top Rep Jackie Speier (D-CA), who responded to Dianne Feinstein’s irresponsible “torture” report by demanding that the CIA apologize to Muslim terrorists. I refer of course to the most outrageously awful presidential candidate fielded by the Republican Party within living memory, Senator John McCain.

Watch in horror as he sides with America’s enemies both internal and external, then from atop his high horse turns the moonbattery dial up to 11 by proclaiming that the USA is iniquitous not only for interrogating terrorists, but also for bombing the put-upon Nazis during World War II:

Redemption can work in reverse. Those who have behaved contemptibly can redeem themselves with acts of heroism. Conversely, being a hero in a previous war need not prevent someone from behaving treacherously in the current war, as McCain illustrates. Conflating waterboarding with torture (which involves intense pain and mutilation) delivers powerful propaganda into the hands of our enemies, and justifies the torture of captured Americans.



54 Responses to “McCain Denounces America for Interrogating Terrorists and Even for Bombing Nazis”

  1. George Lortz says:

    Send this senile, poor excuse for a senator, totally whacked-out, braindead, poor excuse for a ‘hero’, back to Hanoi. Let them finish the job.

  2. George Lortz says:

    Send this senile, poor excuse for a senator, totally whacked-out, braindead, poor excuse for a ‘hero’, back to Hanoi. Let them finish the job.

  3. MAS says:

    Two of the most insufferable egomaniacs in the entire world together in one place. Lord help us, Bill O’Reilly and McCain at the same time? Hard to discern who the biggest closet progressive is.

  4. MAS says:

    Two of the most insufferable egomaniacs in the entire world together in one place. Lord help us, Bill O’Reilly and McCain at the same time? Hard to discern who the biggest closet progressive is.

  5. bigpete says:

    Information gathered during such interrogations, harsh or otherwise, must always be corroborated by other sources before it is generally accepted. McCain knows this so the whole “they’ll just tell you what you want to hear” argument is simply a red hearing and should be dismissed out of hand.

  6. bigpete says:

    Information gathered during such interrogations, harsh or otherwise, must always be corroborated by other sources before it is generally accepted. McCain knows this so the whole “they’ll just tell you what you want to hear” argument is simply a red hearing and should be dismissed out of hand.

  7. Jodie says:

    What is hideous to me, is the that CIA is being defended by John Brennan. He sold his soul to the Devil and jumped in bed with Obama, Jarett and the Muslims a few years ago. I really do not want to hear his opinion on the CIA procedures.

  8. Jodie says:

    What is hideous to me, is the that CIA is being defended by John Brennan. He sold his soul to the Devil and jumped in bed with Obama, Jarett and the Muslims a few years ago. I really do not want to hear his opinion on the CIA procedures.

  9. Neotrotsky says:

    It is time for McCain to retire

  10. Neotrotsky says:

    It is time for McCain to retire

  11. TruDat says:

    It was time for McCain to retire about 10 years ago.
    The only good thing he has done was bringing Sarah Palin to the attention of the American public.

  12. TruDat says:

    It was time for McCain to retire about 10 years ago.
    The only good thing he has done was bringing Sarah Palin to the attention of the American public.

  13. kajun says:

    Right on George!!!! Tell Hanoi we want a refund cause they didn’t fulfill their contract.

  14. kajun says:

    Right on George!!!! Tell Hanoi we want a refund cause they didn’t fulfill their contract.

  15. Softly Bob says:

    “then from atop his high horse turns the moonbattery dial up to 11”

    I did tell John to get a new dial that only goes up to ten and whatever his top setting is he should call it ’10’, but as he wisely corrected me ‘my dial goes up to eleven’.
    You can’t argue with that.
    Well you can – but as my drunken, mentally-retarded step-father told me when I was a small boy; “never argue with a fool.”

  16. Saxon Warrior says:

    “then from atop his high horse turns the moonbattery dial up to 11”

    I did tell John to get a new dial that only goes up to ten and whatever his top setting is he should call it ’10’, but as he wisely corrected me ‘my dial goes up to eleven’.
    You can’t argue with that.
    Well you can – but as my drunken, mentally-retarded step-father told me when I was a small boy; “never argue with a fool.”

  17. Mr. Mentalo says:

    Send Hanoi Jane McCain back to Viet Nam. I’m sure he sees them as more civilized and tolerant than the evil USA.

    Traitorous bastard. He’s been trading off his “I was a prisoner” crap for decades.

  18. Mr. Mentalo says:

    Send Hanoi Jane McCain back to Viet Nam. I’m sure he sees them as more civilized and tolerant than the evil USA.

    Traitorous bastard. He’s been trading off his “I was a prisoner” crap for decades.

  19. Mr. Mentalo says:

    Sadly, his is about the only voice you WILL hear, at least from anyone connected with the gov’t.

    We’ve been sold down the river. There are a few lone voices crying in the wilderness (Ted Cruz being the loudest). My gut tells me they are too little too late, but we’ll see.

    McCain, McConnell, Boehner and all the RINO quislings that go along with them need to be purged from Congress…and I mean that in the old-school Soviet sense of the word.

  20. Mr. Mentalo says:

    Sadly, his is about the only voice you WILL hear, at least from anyone connected with the gov’t.

    We’ve been sold down the river. There are a few lone voices crying in the wilderness (Ted Cruz being the loudest). My gut tells me they are too little too late, but we’ll see.

    McCain, McConnell, Boehner and all the RINO quislings that go along with them need to be purged from Congress…and I mean that in the old-school Soviet sense of the word.

  21. Warren Raymond says:

    Don’t you get it? He created the problem and now sounds like the voice of reason, which makes him, a Muslim convert, a patriotic American.

  22. Warren Raymond says:

    Don’t you get it? He created the problem and now sounds like the voice of reason, which makes him, a Muslim convert, a patriotic American.

  23. Warren Raymond says:

    The fact that McCain spend 5 years in the Hanoi Hilton doesn’t make him a hero, it makes him an ex POW. In the final analysis he is a complete moonbat like his imbecile daughter,

  24. Warren Raymond says:

    The fact that McCain spend 5 years in the Hanoi Hilton doesn’t make him a hero, it makes him an ex POW. In the final analysis he is a complete moonbat like his imbecile daughter,

  25. JustAl says:

    I’m proud to say that when I voted for Sarah Palin for POTUS it was with the sincere and often stated hope that the thrill of winning would make her first official act as POTUS in February officiating this POS’s funeral.

  26. JustAl says:

    I’m proud to say that when I voted for Sarah Palin for POTUS it was with the sincere and often stated hope that the thrill of winning would make her first official act as POTUS in February officiating this POS’s funeral.

  27. boattailinjection says:

    He’s proving that he’s still just the slowest pilot in his
    flight. The cong drilled his brains out while he was there.

  28. boattailinjection says:

    He’s proving that he’s still just the slowest pilot in his
    flight. The cong drilled his brains out while he was there.

  29. dan says:

    Wetstart McCain is more worried about damp Muslims than he is the 134 sailors he roasted to death on the Forestall (and injured 161)….anyone but an admirals brat would have been keelhauled ….
    and the RINO / gang of 8 traitor looks like a dick-head

  30. dan says:

    Wetstart McCain is more worried about damp Muslims than he is the 134 sailors he roasted to death on the Forestall (and injured 161)….anyone but an admirals brat would have been keelhauled ….
    and the RINO / gang of 8 traitor looks like a dick-head

  31. grayjohn says:

    The Viet Kong interrogators did their jobs well. But with the onset of dementia, McCains programming is beginning to faulter.

  32. grayjohn says:

    The Viet Kong interrogators did their jobs well. But with the onset of dementia, McCains programming is beginning to faulter.

  33. TED says:

    Nah, screw it, it’s time for McCain to die. Retired he would still be around to make an ass of himself!

  34. TED says:

    Nah, screw it, it’s time for McCain to die. Retired he would still be around to make an ass of himself!

  35. TED says:

    His “Hero” status is about as valid as John Kerry’s!

  36. TED says:

    His “Hero” status is about as valid as John Kerry’s!

  37. Paul Stable says:

    I’m all for bombing muzzies but lighten up a bit. Us Nazi never started it. Hehe

  38. Paul Stable says:

    I’m all for bombing muzzies but lighten up a bit. Us Nazi never started it. Hehe

  39. Big Al says:

    It is a lie that we executed Japanese for “water boarding”.

  40. Big Al says:

    It is a lie that we executed Japanese for “water boarding”.

  41. SteveP says:

    To be a hero you have to do something heroic. At least, you used to.
    Getting shot down and captured ain’t it.

  42. SteveP says:

    To be a hero you have to do something heroic. At least, you used to.
    Getting shot down and captured ain’t it.

  43. Bully says:

    I agree about McCain’s heroics. I’m a Korean vet but never made a political career out of it. I’ve always thought the only difference between us was that he got caught and I didn’t.

  44. Bully says:

    I agree about McCain’s heroics. I’m a Korean vet but never made a political career out of it. I’ve always thought the only difference between us was that he got caught and I didn’t.

  45. postal67 says:

    I lost my heart in San Francisco!

    McCain lost his mind in Vietnam!

    McCain does not read his history.. Mr. Truman in two days killed 240,000 men, women and children.. Not even buried, just vaporized and blowing on the wind..

  46. postal67 says:

    I lost my heart in San Francisco!

    McCain lost his mind in Vietnam!

    McCain does not read his history.. Mr. Truman in two days killed 240,000 men, women and children.. Not even buried, just vaporized and blowing on the wind..

  47. “Conversely, being a hero in a previous war need not prevent someone from behaving treacherously in the current war, as McCain illustrates”

    McCain speaks eloquently of himself.

  48. “Conversely, being a hero in a previous war need not prevent someone from behaving treacherously in the current war, as McCain illustrates”

    McCain speaks eloquently of himself.

  49. Ray Caruso says:

    Too bad John McCain didn’t drown in that lake in Hanoi—there, I said it.

  50. Guest says:

    Too bad John McCain didn’t drown in that lake in Hanoi—there, I said it.

  51. David 7134 says:

    What you have in this video is two people arguing and neither knowing the history, the circumstances or in general what they are talking about.
    History, we did torture, in every war we have ever been in. It works, you ask the right questions and understand that the person will respond to your methods, then edit out what you know not to be true and at the end, you get good information. Then when dealing with terrorist and insurgents, there is a cook book of what to do to stop it. It has worked every time you use it. And that is to torture like the Dickens. Be very rough and advertise the fact. End result, the insurgency stops. They don’t like to be tortured. In WWII, the Tower in London was used as a torture cell. They had no problem getting what information or actions they desired. As to killing the enemy, the order of the day for D Day was no prisoners. This was the same at the bulge. Then with the fire bombing of German cities. This did not work, it was bad form and basically an experiment that did not help the war effort. If the US and England had lost the war, then they would be the ones put to death at the end.

  52. David 7134 says:

    What you have in this video is two people arguing and neither knowing the history, the circumstances or in general what they are talking about.
    History, we did torture, in every war we have ever been in. It works, you ask the right questions and understand that the person will respond to your methods, then edit out what you know not to be true and at the end, you get good information. Then when dealing with terrorist and insurgents, there is a cook book of what to do to stop it. It has worked every time you use it. And that is to torture like the Dickens. Be very rough and advertise the fact. End result, the insurgency stops. They don’t like to be tortured. In WWII, the Tower in London was used as a torture cell. They had no problem getting what information or actions they desired. As to killing the enemy, the order of the day for D Day was no prisoners. This was the same at the bulge. Then with the fire bombing of German cities. This did not work, it was bad form and basically an experiment that did not help the war effort. If the US and England had lost the war, then they would be the ones put to death at the end.


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