John (Juan McAmnesty) McCain Must be RETIRED!

(McCain Hid His Own Criminal Past Years Before Obama Ever Thought To Do It)

Juan McAmnesty (dubbed ‘Songbird’ McCain by his Communist ‘handlers’ at the Vietnam Hanoi Hilton) is NOT a ‘War Hero’, but instead, is one of the ‘Slippery, Sleazy, & Slimys’, the equivalent of a Hanoi-Jane Fonda traitor, who collaborated with the enemy – and then, once he had his U.S. Congressional career intact and established, made sure that all his Hanoi Hilton records were sealed away forever! This was the forerunner to his throwing of his presidential race in 2008 to another ‘Slippery, Sleazy, & Slimy Marxist Muslim iMposter – who has managed to seal away (so far) all of his vital records. In the video you will hear from fellow Congress-members, members of the 1992 Senate Select Committee on POW/MIAs, and fellow Hanoi Hilton prisoners, testifying to the despicable actions of this corrupt and treasonous member of our Government. Some key comments are transcribed below: Vietnam Veterans Against McCain

Jan 18, 2008 259,700 Views

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Vietnam Veterans Against McCain The group, Vietnam Veterans Against McCain, attacks Senator John McCain's heroism as a POW in the Vietnam conflict. The documentary "Missing, Presumed Dead: the Search for America's POWs" however focuses more on Senator John McCain successfully blocking the release of classified POW/MIA documents. Here is an excerpt from that documentary. A DVD of the documentary may be purchased at www.MissingPresumedDead.com

TRANSCRIPTS:

1992 Senate Select Committee on POW/MIAs ‘The McCain Factor’
Dr. Joseph Douglass, Jr. Author: ‘Betrayed: America’s Missing POWs’: Sen McCain .. was an obstructionist. Not interested in the truth coming out. He attacked people rather than learn what they had to say (concerning their missing relatives). Tracy Usry, fmr Chief Investigator, U.S. Senate Minority Staff: … he would never ever give in and say there were POWs left behind. Dr. Joseph Douglass:

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He did more harm to the idea of getting the truth out than any other single person – by blocking the release of ‘classified’ intelligence dealing with the POW/MIA problem. Sen Bob Smith (R-NH): Many, many, documents were held back for no reason. Information was withheld from the Committee itself. Al Santoli, American Foreign Policy Council (fmr Congressional Chief of Staff): Even former POWs … who wanted to see their own debriefings, were not permitted to see them … because of the McCain regulation. Cpl Bob Dumas, U.S. Army (Ret): He (McCain) didn’t want anybody to check his background because a lot of POWs, who were with him in the camp, said he was a collaborator with the enemy … Dr. James Lucier, fmr U.S. Senate Chief of Staff; We do know that … he cooperated with Communist News Services in giving interviews that were not flattering to the U.S. Sen. Bob Smith (NH): Information shows that he made over 32 tapes of propaganda for the Vietnamese Government. Rep. Bob Dornan (CA-38): A POW who heard those transcriptions coming into his cell said: OMG! Is that Admiral McCain’s son? Is that ‘Johnny’ telling us that our principal targets are schools, orphanages, hospitals, temples, churches … that was Jane Fonda’s line. Where are those transcriptions? … In the archives of the Military museum in Hanoi. McCain could not have wanted those to turn up in the middle of a presidential race. Cpl Bob Dumas: He didn’t want anybody looking into this background in what went on in the Camp. That stuff is STILL classified. And he’s had it classified FOREVER, so nobody will ever look at it! Rep. Bob Dornan (CA-38): It sounds so good at first. McCain was offered the chance to come home … and he could have. But nobody ever takes it one step beyond that. If Admiral John McCain Jr.’s son, a Lt. Sr. Grade, had accepted this princely status – AND CAME HOME in 1967 – while the others would sit there for 5 years, what would the Navy have done with the son of an Admiral – if he opted to get special treatment and came home? No Navy career; no House seat; no Senate seat – it would have been the end of his career. And they were offering him this chance to go home – in one of the 3 groups that came home in 1968, the COLLABORATORS – known as the SLIPPERIES, the SLIMYS, and the SLEAZIES. And that would have meant that McCain would have become (publicly) a SLIPPERY, SLEAZY, and SLIMY – ruining his career. Yes. He chose to stay, but did he have an alternative – if he ever wanted to have a life?

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Dr. Joseph Douglass, Jr.: His activities were sufficiently consistent and widespread in opposing efforts to learn that thruth that he was written up in a number of articles as the Manchurian Candidate on this issue. Rep. Bob Dornan: In Hanoi, he (a Vietnamese gov’t official) saw McCain turn red in the face – jumping up and down in a rage saying: ‘If you release any of these records that you have here in Hanoi on me or any of the other POWs, you will NEVER get diplomatic recognition!’ NOTE 1: McCain’s broken arms and shoulders came from violating his flight rules and flying too low, then failing to pull his arms in when he bailed out of his A-4 Skyhawk. ‘Pilot Error’ - through and through. To re-elect him again as a Senator from AZ would be the People’s Error – through and through! NOTE 2: Now that he’s no longer the ‘lesser of two evils’ running for President, it is time for all patriotic Americans to stand up and be counted in exposing his Treason. There are much better choices for Senator from ARIZONA!

And now we find that he’s involved in yet another treasonous act: http://www.alternet.org/rights/146081/mccain_and_lieberman
AlterNet / By Liliana Segura

McCain and Lieberman's "Enemy Belligerent" Act Could Set U.S. on Path to Military Dictatorship
Glenn Greenwald calls the bill "probably the single most extremist, tyrannical and dangerous bill introduced in the Senate in the last several decades." March 19, 2010 |
Senator John McCain (L) of Arizona listens as Senator Joe Lieberman (R) of Connecticut speaks during a press conference in Washington, DC. The two senators unveiled legislation Thursday aimed at requiring that suspected "high-value" terrorists face interrogation and trial by the US military, not civilian questioners and courts. Photo Credit: AFP/File - Saul Loeb On March 4th, Senators John McCain and Joe Lieberman introduced a bill called the "Enemy Belligerent Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010" that, if passed, would set this country on a course to become a military dictatorship. The bill is only 12 pages long, but that is plenty of room to grant the president the power to order the arrest, interrogation, and imprisonment of anyone -- including a U.S. citizen -indefinitely, on the sole suspicion that he or she is affiliated with terrorism, and on the president's sole authority as commander in chief.

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The Act begins with the following (convoluted) requirement: Whenever within the United States, its territories, and possessions, or outside the territorial limits of the United States, an individual is captured or otherwise comes into the custody or under the effective control of the United States who is suspected of engaging in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners through an act of terrorism, or by other means in violation of the laws of war, or of purposely and materially supporting such hostilities, and who may be an unprivileged enemy belligerent, the individual shall be placed in military custody for purposes of initial interrogation and determination of status in accordance with the provisions of this Act. In other words, if at any point, anywhere in the world, a person is caught who might have done something to suggest that he or she is a terrorist or somehow supporting a terrorist organization against the U.S. or its allies, that person must be imprisoned by the military. For how long? As long as U.S. officials want. A subsequent section, titled "Detention Without Trial of Unprivileged Enemy Belligerents," states that suspects "may be detained without criminal charges and without trial for the duration of hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners." In a press conference introducing the bill earlier this month, Sen. Joe Lieberman said, "I know that will be -- that may be -- a long time, but that's the nature of this war." As constitutional expert Glenn Greenwald has pointed out, "It's basically a bill designed to formally authorize what the Bush administration did to American citizen Jose Padilla -arrest him on U.S. soil and imprison him for years in military custody with no charges." What happened to Padilla, a notorious perversion of justice in a country that claims to be a democratic standard-bearer, would thus go from being an exception to the rule itself. As "war on terror"-era legislation goes, Greenwald calls the Enemy Belligerent Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act "probably the single most extremist, tyrannical and dangerous bill introduced in the Senate in the last several decades, far beyond the horrific, habeas-abolishing Military Commissions Act." This is a sobering statement, especially given the intense controversy the MCA generated at the time of its passage, in the heady weeks preceding the 2006 midterm elections. Then-Senator Obama was one of only 34 senators who voted against it, calling it "sloppy," and expressing his wish that "cooler heads … prevail after the silly season of politics is over." Now, however, as president, Obama has helped pave the way for such radical legislative efforts as the one introduced by McCain and Lieberman, by embracing -- and re-branding -the military commissions he once opposed. "Belligerents" are the new "Combatants" Three years after Obama eloquently opposed the Military Commissions Act, the nowpresident signed a Military Commissions Act of his own, as part of the 2010 Defense Authorization Bill. The law, which sought to overhaul the discredited Bush-era military commissions for "alien enemy combatants," introduced what is apparently turning out to be an important new term to the counterterror lexicon: Unprivileged Enemy Belligerent, defined as "an individual who: 1) has engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners; or 2) has purposefully and materially supported hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners." Months before, in March of 2009, the Obama administration announced that it was phasing out the term "alien enemy combatant," even as it held on to the authority to hold terror suspects indefinitely. "Unprivileged Enemy Belligerent," then, was its replacement.

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As Human Rights Watch attorney Joanne Mariner wrote last fall, "this is a cosmetic change, not a real improvement, which mirrors the administration's decision to drop the enemy combatant formula in habeas litigation at Guantanamo Bay."

Neil B. Turner

Citizens for the Constitution
NBTurner@Earthlink.net

P.S. One positive note is that introduction of a law against an Unprivileged Enemy Belligerent, defined as "an individual who: 1) has engaged in hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners; or 2) has purposefully and materially supported hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners." will open the door for the immediate arrest and incarceration of both Barack Hussein ‘The Long Legged Mack Daddy’ Obama and Senator McCain, for supporting the hostile invasion of the United States by illegal aliens – by the millions!

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