John McCain is Always There for Our Troops

So John McCain is always there for our troops?

You accuse Barack Obama of abandoning wounded troops in Germany because of Press Restrictions is ridiculous and does not support the insinuations of your latest attack ad.

These tactics may work for some people who are influenced by the ridiculous rambling rhetoric of the right, but how can you honestly make that claim with a straight face.

I can think of a few phrases that would best sum up a consensus response, although it’s not in my character to use these phrases. I know you shouldn’t say “N-Word Please”, but it seems to be appropriate in this occasion.

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain how he can account for only showing up for 4 of the past 14 senate votes on Iraq?

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain why he did not vote for a bill that would provide $1 Billion in supplies for our National Guard troops?

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain how in October 2003 he did not vote for a bill that would give $322 Million in safety equipment for our troops in Iraq?

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain how in March 2004 he voted against tax loop holes that would have increased veterans medical care by $1.8 Billion?

Hold up. Slow your roll playa I’m not finish yet.

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain how in March 2006 he voted against closing corporate tax loopholes that would increase veteran medical services by $1.2 Billion?

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain why ya boy John McCain in April 2006 voted against a bill that would have given an additional $430M to veteran patient out care? Isn’t he a veteran?

I’m not done.

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain why in May of 2006 he voted against $20M bill funding for veteran medical facilities?

Dude! Come on now.

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain why he didn’t even show up to vote for a resolution that would start redeploying troops from Iraq by March 2008?

Article: Military.com “Vets to McCain: Back New GI Bill” 04/10/08

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain why he spoke against an amendment by Senator Webb (D-VA) for minimum rest periods for troops between deployments, then didn’t bother to show up to vote against it. He didn’t have any problems against accepting praise from President Bush when the bill passed.

John McCain is always there for our troops? Whose troops are you talking about?

Video: Why Won’t McCain Sign the G.I. Bill?

You need to put your reading glasses back on, so you can see that our troops are the ones with the red, white and blue flag stitched to their shoulder.

You got to pay attention.

Video: McCain Clashes with Vietnam Vet

Since John McCain is always there for our troops maybe you can explain why the Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans for America gave John McCain a D on his voting record.

FYI: The same organization gave Barack Obama a B on his voting record.

Senator John McWar I mean McCain you can’t just continue sending our troops to war until they get killed. That’s not being there for our troops.

There’s more, but this newest claim by John McCain is almost more outrageous than his blaming of high gas prices on Barack. You can look at his recent voting record on Veteran related issues here.

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One thought on “John McCain is Always There for Our Troops

  1. As a veteran I can say that he did not fool me one bit. As long as his marketing team puts the right people and right ads on the television, the gullible seem to follow. I think the only way to really be there for our troops is to bring them home. If not, then at least give them adequate gear to protect themselves and adequate medical care when/if they come back home. If you go to any VA hospital, you will see that veterans need support.

    John McCain is making sure soldiers and veterans don’t get the support they need.

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