McCain’s Mental State


I’ve decided that the *Money Men*, New World Order, wants McCain as the next president and I am so opposed to that I have lost the ability to express it in words. So, I decided to go looking for things about McCain that you might not have seen, and post them here. Here’s what I’ve found. McCain is known for his temper and as “Hot Head” McCain.

From The U.S.Veteran Dispatch:


John McCain:
The Manchurian Candidate connection:

McCain was subjected to 5 ½ years of Soviet driven “brain perversion techniques.”
Is he fit to be President and Commander in Chief of the military?
U.S. Veteran Dispatch
By Ted Sampley
March, 2008

For years, the mainstream news media has refused to stop idolizing the so-called straight talking maverick John McCain long enough to question the mental health consequences of the years he spent as a “special” prisoner of the communists in North Vietnam.

McCain, the presumptive Republican candidate for President, who could one day have his finger on the “red button,” claims the communists subjected him to 5 ½ years of nonstop indoctrination sessions so intense that he attempted suicide.

Psychiatric Journals are flush with reports concluding that former POWs may remain entangled in “harsh psychological battles” with themselves for decades after returning home including difficulty in controlling intense emotions such as anger and stress.

In political circles, McCain, sometimes referred to as “insane McCain,” is well known for having a “volcanic” temper which his colleagues say often erupts into vulgar language and personal insults.

Read the rest of the story on their site:



McCain’s had his nose up the wazoo of more than the current White House occupant as this photo clearly shows. No wonder Nancy Reagan gave him her endorsement.

And then I went looking for McCain’s story of his days as a POW. Aside from the fact that he cannot write, I didn’t find out all that much. At most he talks about being starved and beaten. That isn’t much in the way of torture, not compared to what the other boys went through during their stay as POW’s in Vietnam. How competent the man is to hold the office of President is severely in doubt for me. I have to wonder at his voting record for torture and the USA. Can someone please explain to me how someone who supposedly WAS tortured can say it is ok to do the same to others??? Some excerpts from his time in Vietnam…

In McCain’s own words we have this account then:

Posted on 02/24/2004 2:36:45 PM PST by GraniteStateConservative
May 14, 1973 US News & World Report
Inside Story

To get back to the story: They took me out of my room to “Slopehead,” who said, “You have violated all the camp regulations. You’re a black criminal. You must confess your crimes.” I said that I wouldn’t do that, and he asked, “Why are you so disrespectful of guards?” I answered, “Because the guards treat me like an animal.”
When I said that that guards, who were all in the room, about 10 of them-really laid into me. They bounced me from pillar to post, kicking and laughing and scratching. After a few hours of that, ropes were put on me and I sat that night bound with ropes. Then I was taken to a small room. For punishment they would almost always take you to another room where you didn’t have a mosquito net or a bed or any clothes. For the next four days, I was beaten every two to three hours by different guards. My left arm was broken again and my ribs were cracked.

I held out for four days. Finally, I reached the lowest point of my 51/2 years in North Vietnam. I was at the point of suicide, because I saw that I was reaching the end of my rope.

“I Admire President Nixon’s Courage”I admire President Nixon’s courage. There may be criticism of him in certain areas-Watergate, for example. But he had to take the most unpopular decisions that I imagine-the mining, the blockade, the bombing. I know it was very, very difficult for him to do that, but that was the thing that ended the war. I think the reason he understood this is that he has a long background in dealing with these people. He knows how to use the carrot and the stick. Obviously, his trip to China and the Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty with Russia were based on the fact that we’re stronger than the Communists, so they were willing to negotiate. Force is what they understand. And that’s why it is difficult for me to understand now, when everybody knows bombing finally got a cease-fire agreement, why people are still criticizing his foreign policy-for example, the bombing in Cambodia.

I have heard there was one B-52 pilot who refused to fly the missions during the Christmas bombing. You always run into that kind. When the going gets tough, they find out their conscience is bothering them. I want to say this to anybody in the military: If you don’t know what your country is doing, find out. And if you find you don’t like what your country is doing, get out before the chips are down.

My personal belief is that people think the way they write and speak. This is the True McCain. He isn’t intelligent enough to be President if you ask me. At least a person in that office should be able to put intelligent sentences together. No wonder he flip/flops the way he does on torture!

And finally, this from Common Dreams:

March 25, 2008
5:39 PM

CONTACT: Institute for Public Accuracy
David Zupan, (541) 484-9167

McCain: Consistent on Iraq War?

WASHINGTON, DC – March 25 –

I believe that success will be fairly easy.”
— John McCain (9/24/02, CNN)

I believe that we can win an overwhelming victory in a very short period of time.”
— John McCain (9/29/02, CNN)

The American people … were led to believe that this would be some kind of a day at the beach which many of us, uh, fully understood from the very beginning would be a very, very difficult undertaking.”
— John McCain (8/22/06, CNN)

“I knew it was probably going to be long and hard and tough. And those that voted for it and thought that somehow it was going to be some kind of an easy task, then I’m sorry they were mistaken. Maybe they didn’t know what they were voting for.”
— John McCain (1/4/07, MSNBC)

More Information

For links to transcripts from McCain’s above-quoted TV appearances, go to:

For more information, contact at the Institute for Public Accuracy:
David Zupan, (541) 484-9167

I checked McCain’s voting record to see how he voted on any military action against Iraq. He voted this way:


Use of Military Force Against Iraq


Key Vote

Use of Military Force Against Iraq

Bill Number: H J Res 114
Issue: Military Issues
Date: 10/11/2002
Sponsor:Rep Hastert, Dennis [IL-14]

Roll Call Number: 237
Joint Resolution Adopted (Senate)
How members voted

Read statements made in this general time period.

Official Title of Legislation:

H J Res 114: To authorize the use of United States Armed Forces against Iraq.

For further status information call the Voter’s Research Hotline at 1-888-VOTE-SMART (1-888-868-3762).

McCain just seems to be another liar, one of a few we’ve seen lately. While it doesn’t show inside the bill that he voted for it, it does on the outside of it where it keeps track of Y, N, or NV. This is NOT a stable guy!

Anyone voting for this man will get four more years of *stay the course* and War with Iran, I guarantee it!

Another blog I found with some really interesting facts about McCain is Here:


~ by justmytruth on March 27, 2008.

6 Responses to “McCain’s Mental State”

  1. No, he wasn’t brainwashed he betrayed his country in order to get the attention he felt he deserved, medical attention. He isn’t the only POW to be injured and abused but it sure didn’t take him long to turn on his country in order to get what he wanted. And you think this man is fit for the white house? You are the brainwashed, the sheeple of this country who are so party oriented you cannot see the real danger to this country.

    We have the worst congress in 28 years and 2 candidates from that Congress are being touted as presidential material. Are you all stoned or just stupid to go along?

  2. So you’re saying that McCain was brainwashed by evil communists, that his ribs and other bones may have been broken but not sufficiently to warrant any respect, and that he once shook hands with Reagan. Interesting. Clearly this evidence shows him to be an insane man. By the way, he IS against torture.

  3. Hi Jane,

    Unfortunately, I doubt anyone would answer honestly to that poll, after all, that is Washington you are talking about polling…

    None of the candidates are worthy of the office of President, NOT ONE! We are not being offered any choices here that are free and clear, only once again the lessor of two evils. It is a sad testimony to the state of the country that this is what we are given. Unless you vote these criminals out of office and replace them with new ones, the same old is guaranteed forever.

    Thanks for stopping by! Please come back soon.

  4. Alright, we should take a poll in Washington of how many people put their parents in nursing homes and never saw them again after they said just one stupid thing. Then, we ask them what the hell makes douchebags like this guy any different.

  5. He’s another blithering idiot like the one in the white house now. They both sound stupid when they speak, even WHEN the speech is in front of them. Talk about illiterate!!!

  6. The man is a menace!

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