Arrgh! Swashbuckling McCain and Kremlin Booty

The DailyMail reports that “‘I did what any citizen should do’: Sworn Trump enemy John McCain admits HE handed smear dossier to FBI – because he had no idea if it was credible”.

Well, John.  How did that work out for you?

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McCain Says Russia Guilty of ‘Act of War’

If CNN reports it, it must not be ‘fake news’.  From CNN, “McCain: Russian cyberintrusions an ‘act of war’“.  An observation before the money quote, however.  It’s not all about you and Lindsay becoming relevant again, John.  Thank God you don’t have a ‘button’ and a ‘red phone’ and a 03:00 am call.

Sen. John McCain said Friday that Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 presidential election amounted to an “act of war.”

The Arizona Republican, who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, also has scheduled a hearing for next week on foreign cyberthreats to the US, which will also focus on Russian cyberhacking, a committee aide told CNN earlier Friday.

I can’t wait for the revised lyrics of John and Lindsay’s hit song, “Bomb, Bomb, Bomb, Iran“.

“Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” – Slim Pickens rides the bomb (1964).

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John McCain Endorses Donald Trump

According to CBSNews.com in their report, “4 ways Republican officeholders are reacting to Donald Trump“, John McCain falls somewhere in the “mushy middle“.  Can you tell by his face exactly where in that “middle” he falls”?

Others have suggested they’ll support Trump, but they’ve taken pains to avoid using his name, referring to him instead as simply with the generic “nominee.”

John_McCain_Endorsing_Trump“I feel, as a Republican and a longtime Reagan Republican, that I support the nominee of the party, and that’s what I’ve said all along,” Arizona Sen. John McCain told the Washington Post last week.’

Still others have said they can’t bring themselves to support Trump yet, but they’ve made clear they’d like to consult with the presumptive nominee with an eye to eventually endorsing him.

“I hope to support our nominee, I hope to support his candidacy fully,” House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisconsin, told CNN last week. “At this point, I’m just not there right now.”

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