Michael Stuart Kelly

John McCain is Gone

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I have plenty to say about tangential issues, though.

Like about the media.

So... according to the fake news media, when did McCain stop being a racist and white supremacist?

Michael

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I am sad about it, I liked him as a Presidential candidate, though I didn't agree with him on everything, him being a POW and being able to do what he did afterward earned my respect.

I'm sad to see him go, it appears he did well raising his children, too.

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Responsible for dozens of deaths on the USS Forrestal.

His fellow captors say he was singing like a bird before any Vietcong laid a finger on him.

And his role in child trafficking will be made clear in a matter of months.

Watch.

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As forum host, despite my harsh judgment of the recently deceased, I'm trying to keep an elevated posture.

But, my God! 

I'm only human.

I've tried to resist, but this one bigger than me.

NBC just showed what real fake news coverage looks like.

(I'm holding the smiley, but only for show for those who are truly sad...)

Michael

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10 hours ago, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

John McCain is Gone

He passed away earlier today.

I noticed.

I don't have much else to say.

Michael

As politicians go,  he was a decent fellow.  I disagreed with some of his proposals,  but disagreement is a normal and beneficial thing.  He seemed like a human being to me, not a synthetic plastic political entity (such as her Horrorship,  Hillary Clinton). 

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9 hours ago, Jon Letendre said:

Responsible for dozens of deaths on the USS Forrestal.

His fellow captors say he was singing like a bird before any Vietcong laid a finger on him.

And his role in child trafficking will be made clear in a matter of months.

Watch.

You need serious help.

This dancing on graves, and anticipated graves, is beyond loathsome.

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Q posts can be found here: https://qanon.pub/

Q doesn't ever write McCain's name. Instead, Q uses "we don't say his name" or "No Name"

Here is Q post #1649 from June 30, 2018...

Q !CbboFOtcZs ID: 317346 No.1973688 ?
Anonymous ID: 355946 No.1973567 ?
>>1973527
Please do not let No Name off the hook. he is a disgrace to Veterans across this great country and needs to be held accountable.
>>1973567
Think SC vote to confirm (coming).
No Name action.
Every dog has its day.
Enjoy the show.
Q

 

"Every dog has its day."

Today is National Dog Day.

There are a million of these little coincidences. It is easy to dismiss one, two, twenty of them. But there are a million of them.

Q posts can be found here: https://qanon.pub/

 

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8 hours ago, caroljane said:

You need serious help.

This dancing on graves, and anticipated graves, is beyond loathsome.

OL is not about not being loathsome.

McCain is now being praised to the skies. It's his reward for abandoning his 2008 presidential campaign and letting Obama win. It's his reward for being an anti-Trump Republican. Etc. The mainstream media is in a celebratory frenzy of this "hero." Etc.

Other than what might be inferred from this statement, I have no comment on Joe's particular allegations. One or two seem off the wall.

--Brant

my political hero is Barry Goldwater

 

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55 minutes ago, Brant Gaede said:

OL is not about not being loathsome.

McCain is now being praised to the skies. It's his reward for abandoning his 2008 presidential campaign and letting Obama win. It's his reward for being an anti-Trump Republican. Etc. The mainstream media is in a celebratory frenzy of this "hero." Etc.

Other than what might be inferred from this statement, I have no comment on Joe's particular allegations. One or two seem off the wall.

--Brant

my political hero is Barry Goldwater

 

I never said OL was about being loathsome, just that Jon Letendre is all about being loathsome.

I do have comments about his "allegations" obviously.  Off the wall is a very polite way of putting it.

Goldwater was a real gent. Obviously you have given up on gentility, or integrity, among Republicans, Brant.

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Q post #18 October 31, 2017...

Anonymous ID: grTMpzrL No.147441378 ?
Why did Mueller meet POTUS 1-day prior to FBI announcement if Mueller COULD NOT be offered director due to prev term limits rule?
Why is Pelosi begging for a new special counsel?
What is Pelosi’s net worth?
How was this obtained given salary as career official?
Why is Pelosi’s memory going?
Could it protect against prosecution?
How so?
What if John M’s surgery was fake?
Why would this occur?
What could this prevent potentially?
What is the Mayo Clinic?
Who sits on the BOD there?

To jog your memory, regarding the first line, the MSM reported back then that Mueller was visiting the White House to interview with Trump for job of FBI Director.

Regarding line two, because she found out Mueller was not actually on the Dem side anymore, if ever was.

Line three, many tens of millions (that's just the publicly reported figure.) She also owns satanic and child-trafficking front, Goat Hill Pizza.

Line four, because she's a high-level swamp creature.

Line five, to avoid eventual prosecution. Senility defense.

Final two lines, that's where we're supposed to believe he had surgery. (Through the brow, the thickest part of skull, yeah that seems legit.)

mccain-health-fine-senate-620x370.jpg

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On 8/26/2018 at 5:45 PM, caroljane said:

I never said OL was about being loathsome, just that Jon Letendre is all about being loathsome.

I do have comments about his "allegations" obviously.  Off the wall is a very polite way of putting it.

Goldwater was a real gent. Obviously you have given up on gentility, or integrity, among Republicans, Brant.

I'm concerned about the anti-intellectualism of the culture and I'm afraid that this culture is going to remain anti-intellectual which brings up the question of what is the real role of ideas in our societies? Regardless, we are at War and I'm on Trump's  side.

--Brant

I've fought with loathsome American soldiers, but they weren't shooting at me--qua that, most American soldiers weren't loathsome

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7 hours ago, Brant Gaede said:

OL is not about not being loathsome.

McCain is now being praised to the skies. It's his reward for abandoning his 2008 presidential campaign and letting Obama win. It's his reward for being an anti-Trump Republican. Etc. The mainstream media is in a celebratory frenzy of this "hero." Etc.

Other than what might be inferred from this statement, I have no comment on Joe's particular allegations. One or two seem off the wall.

--Brant

my political hero is Barry Goldwater

 

Yes, they are off the wall. Unconventional and unusual. And more than one or two.

Thing is, Donald Trump is the President of the United States. They haven't been able to remove him. They haven't been able to kill him. Just about all of the media have decided that lying 99% of the time is the thing to do. All the leadership at FBI, CIA, Justice, has been and is being replaced. Unprecedented numbers of political resignations and Fortune 500 CEO resignations. Bizarre international gamesmanship.

I'm through believing the truth might turn out to be of the usual or conventional sort.

 

Q post 1850, August 11, 2018:

Q !!mG7VJxZNCI No.143 ?
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/08/10/west-virginia-lawmakers-move-to-impeach-entire-supreme-court.html?
Normal?
[Not Updated]
Not seeking re-election.
[Senate]
Bob Corker - Republican
Jeff Flake - Republican
Orrin Hatch - Republican
No Name - Republican [Departure Soon]
[House]
Bill Shuster - Republican
Bob Goodlatte - Republican
Carol Shea-Porter - Democrat
Charles W. Dent - Republican
Darrell Issa - Republican
Dave Reichert - Republican
David Trott - Republican
Dennis Ross - Republican
Edward Royce - Republican
Elizabeth Esty - Democrat
Frank LoBiondo - Republican
Gene Green - Democrat
Gregg Harper - Republican
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen - Republican
Jeb Hensarling - Republican
Jim Bridenstine - Republican
Joe Barton - Republican
John Delaney - Democrat
John J. Duncan, Jr. - Republican
Lamar Smith - Republican
Luis V. Gutierrez - Democrat
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Paul Ryan - Republican
Rick Nolan - Democrat
Robert Brady - Democrat
Rodney Frelinghuysen - Republican
Ruben J. Kihuen - Democrat
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Ted Poe - Republican
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[Resigned]
Al Franken - Democratic U.S. Senate
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Thad Cochran - Republican U.S. Senate
Tim Murphy - Republican U.S. House
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Normal?
Q

 

Excerpts from Q post 1807, August 3, 2018:

4252789effc33496334cbfa925d016448281c6f6

https://www.justice.gov/file/1071991/download?
Figure 3.1 - FBI Chain of Command for the Midyear Investigation
James Comey - FBI Director - FIRED
Jim Rybicki - Chief of Staff (JC) - FIRED
Andrew McCabe - Deputy Director - FIRED
James Baker - Office of General Counsel - FIRED
Bill Priestap - Head of Counterintelligence (Strzok's boss) - POWER REMOVED / COOPERATING WITNESS
Lisa Page - Special Counsel - FIRED
Peter Strzok - Lead Investigator/Deputy Asst Director of Counterintelligence - POWER REMOVED / ESCORTED OUT [CLAS-F]
Michael Steinbach?
John Glacalone?
Randy Coleman?
Trisha Anderson?
Kevin Clinesmith?
Tashina Gauhar?
Sally Moyer?
NOTHING TO SEE HERE?
LOGICAL THINKING.
BIGGEST COVER UP IN US HISTORY [ATTEMPTED].
Q

 

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McCain's entire life story is that of an opportunist.

He wasn't intellectual or ideological. He often spoke ideologically, and would even make promises and moral judgements of others based on that ideology, but then he would abandon and betray it in the very next moment, and for no reason other than petulance, personal grudges, or career advantage.

He was primarily a betrayer. That was his main political career tactic.

Tantrums, vengeance, backstabbing. Heh, when I hear people on the left describing their personal impressions of Trump, I often think that they sound as if they're actually describing McCain, who they're convinced was heroic, distinguished, level-headed, and not at all infantile. Willful blindness, I guess.

Oh, and, yeah, I know that people generally follow the tradition of not speaking ill of the dead. Um, the above is the best that I can say about McCain. I'm leaving out the really bad stuff for the sake of that tradition.

J

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I don't have any compassion about McCain's passing.

I can't help but think about the gloating and dancing on graves that would happen if President Trump died. And if McCain were alive at this hypothetical time, he would be just as gloating as anybody else, even more so--except in a properly-mannered understated way, of course. Maybe a bon mot here or there loaded with insinuations...

But I have compassion. I feel for people.

I have a lot of compassion for all the people killed who nobody mentions, the ones killed just so people like McCain can exercise their insider power, greed and vanity. 

As the saying goes, one death is a tragedy, hundreds of thousands of deaths is a statistic.

I think about those hundreds of thousands...

Then I think about the cause...

Then I go silent a bit...

I look at all those people currently praising McCain, the ones who never liked him, the ones who used to call him a racist and white supremacist, especially the ones who still play games with statistics and death. 

It makes me want to shrug.

I'm not going to, but it sure makes me lean that way.

Who the hell wants to build their dreams in a society of people like that?

Michael

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On 8/25/2018 at 8:43 PM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:


So... according to the fake news media, when did McCain stop being a racist and white supremacist?

Yeah, they did their standard smear job shit on McCain, just as they have on every other republican presidential candidate, but now they're gushing over what a wonderful man he was. So, they're saying that racist white supremacists are wonderful?

J

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On 8/25/2018 at 10:42 PM, Jon Letendre said:

Responsible for dozens of deaths on the USS Forrestal.

Really?  Are there any warrants to put forward supporting this claim**?

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His fellow captors say he was singing like a bird before any Vietcong laid a finger on him.

And yet none of them are quoted ...

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And his role in child trafficking will be made clear in a matter of months.

Oh, really?  Would anyone like to put some money down (loser pays the amount to OL's upkeep)?

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** "Among the thicket of conspiracy theories conservative McCain haters delight in pushing is that he caused the July 1967 fire on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal – a devastating accident that killed 134 sailors, wounded several hundred others, destroyed 21 planes, and put the massive ship out of action for almost a year.

McCain’s survival, and the frenetic circumstances behind the cause and development of the fire, have put him in the middle of a conspiracy theory that he caused it through recklessness, and was absolved of the blame thanks to his father, a high-ranking admiral.

But the sources for these claims are almost all second and third-hand blogs from people who weren’t there and clearly have an axe to grind against McCain.

Typical of these posts is one from conservative clogopshere site “The Burning Platform” that declares “McCAIN THE HERO NEARLY SUNK AN AIRCRAFT CARRIER & KILLED 134 SAILORS.” That post, in turn, is a cut and paste of a piece from anarcho-libertarian crank Lew Rockwell, blaming McCain for starting the fire by pulling “a smart ass punk attention getting trick by doing a “wet start” up of his jet.”

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Scott Adams is on my list of 'listen-watch-download-parse' social media superstars, and so I usually at least review his remarks for insight and depth-of-field.  He tells a story of John McCain herein:

-- this video is uploaded to Youtube by another agent, taken from live Periscope broadcasts which can all be accessed here: https://www.pscp.tv/ScottAdamsSays

The Q contingent is split between a 'hidden' suicide and 'faking' a death. Le heavy sigh.

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