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John "Straight Talking" McCain Flip Flopping Video

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posted on Jan, 29 2007 @ 07:17 PM
Found this video on McCain, thought I'd share it here.

Brave New Films put together this devastating film on "Straight Talkin'" John McCain's whack-a-mole positions regarding Iraq, gay marriage, and the Christian Right as the champagne smash across the bow of a new website,

the REAL John McCain

Destruction of the Myth of John McCain [VIDEO]

Video shows McCain has two sides to all/some of his opinions. I guess it just depends on what feels right at the moment.

[edit on 29/1/07 by Keyhole]


posted on Feb, 16 2007 @ 07:14 AM
Thanx for the find!
I do think McCain is at the very least an ever evolving
and hasn't made up his mind on many issues.
I wouldn't vote for him,
but I do honer and respect the service
he gave to this country.

posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 02:48 AM

Originally posted by Ex
Thanx for the find!

Thanks for at least watching this video and acknowledging you did.

I myself thought it was a pretty interesting view as how a politician sways his ideals according to what he thinks the majority wants wants to here.

I'm sure more people have checked this video out, I just don't understand why more people haven't commented on this yet.

[edit on 17/2/07 by Keyhole]


posted on Feb, 17 2007 @ 09:05 AM

I myself thought it was a pretty interesting view as how a politician
sways his ideals according to what he thinks the majority wants to here.

It's not just McCain at this point though.
It's the entire congress, that does this flip-flop .
Take the resolution to not support Bush's surge increase.
I watched some of it yesterday, well at least listened to it
so I may have a couple items wrong
The house passed the resolution, which I might add is a
Non-binding one.
and probably isn't worth the paper it's written on..

The authors of this bill, which had a Republican representation
want to stick a lot of amendments on the end of it.
The authors didn't want that....
Just a straight up or down vote..
sort of letting the American people see where every candidate
is on this issue, and these guys know they have to go home

So rather add their name to a yes or no vote, they stall the thing.
The House move has already shamed the Senate into a new attempt to bring to the floor an identical resolution opposing the force build-up
but supporting the troops, in an exceptional session today.

I agree that this most important as The vote, though symbolic,
almost certainly sets the stage for a constitutional showdown
between the White House and Congress over the President's
power to wage war ­ not just in Iraq, but potentially against
Iran as well.

I see this as a test of the Constitution!!

[edit on 2/17/2007 by Ex]

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