Image by bobster1985 via FlickrFor a very enlightening article about John McCain go to Rolling Stone and read it. It shows how much a real "Maverick" McCain has been, or at least wants everyone to believe he's been.
The article traces McCain's career from Navy pilot to his current run at the Presidency and offers insight into the true nature of the man.
McCain was not above using his father's influence throughout his career as a Navy pilot. His supposed changed man that he became after his time spent as a POW is not really much different than his previous self. The article brings up points about McCain during his imprisonment that have never been addressed. McCain's time as a POW as always seemed off limit, like it was never supposed to be addressed. I've read a few articles lately by former POWs that have some serious reservations about McCain.
Go read the article.
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