Sen. John McCain's campaign on Monday launched the McCain "Truth Squad" - a group of political and Vietnam contemporaries who would counter attacks on...
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After spending time with Clark, it became clear to me that he isn't a politician -- he's a straight shooter. We need people like him who speak the truth, without beating around the bush, if you get my drift.
You would assume that given all the whining over General Clark's legitimate point, that John McCain had some obvious answer to the question.
the letters POW do not spell POTUS. Such voices as those of Wesley Clark and Jim Webb are correct to bring some balance and perspective to the issue and wipe some of the steam off the windows.
Go back and read Wes Clark's statement. He simply said that McCain's fate -- the act of having your plane shot down -- is not relevant to the skills of being an executive. Isn't that true?
There's a myth out there that McCain is reluctant to exploit his Vietnam POW story for political advantage, so modest and full of integrity is he. Nothing could be further from the truth.
As the media fanned flames in the direction of General Wesley Clark for the egregious offense of noting that being a prisoner of war did not necessari...
While we should all honor McCain's service, that doesn't mean we should necessarily honor it by putting him in the White House to take up George W. Bush's third term.
Barack Obama used a speech on patriotism to rebuke MoveOn.org's "General Betray Us" ad last year:
Caricatures of left and right . . . most evident ...
Of all the things to criticize McCain for -- from lack of a background in economics to no concrete energy plan -- taking him on for "lacking command experience" doesn't seem very important.
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