I have no idea what John McCain was doing during his March visit to Europe. Probably out buying some slippers or something. What I DO know is that he wasn’t visiting wounded troops in Landstuhl, Germany. The question the right may want to ask themselves is why does John McCain hate the wounded troops so?
All of this is perfectly understandable. His agenda probably didn’t bring him close so it was not planned. He was in Paris, Berlin, and London. None of those are anywhere near Landstuhl:
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Teehee. That ought to get the righties in a tizzy. Back from a 10 day vacation and much to catch up on (so watch tomorrow for my flood of posts – lol). Had to just post this real quick, which is just great:
Yet, while workmanlike, if occasionally inspiring (the line about “rejecting torture and standing for the rule of law” received a particularly loud ovation), the speech lacked the rhetorical flourishes, the vivid imagery or unmistakable passion that would have made it genuinely historic; in that respect, it was, in the end, more Reagan than JFK.
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