McCain Is A Racist


John McCain, a member of the House of Representatives in the mid-1980s, often held court at a table near the bar at Bullfeathers, a popular Capitol Hill watering hole, telling jokes and matching hangers-on drink by drink.

As a Capitol Hill chief of staff, I often drank at Bullfeathers and was invited to join the throng at McCain’s table one evening. A few minutes listening to the racism, bigotry and homophobia of the Arizona Congressman told me all I needed to know.

McCain loved to tell jokes about lesbians, blacks, Hispanics and the Vietnamese community that occupied a large section of Arlington County, Virginia, just south of the District of Columbia.

Of course, McCain didn’t use polite language in the jokes: He used names like “fags” or “queers” or “dykes” or “niggers” or “spics” or “wetbacks” or “gooks.”

A typical McCain joke:

Two dykes are talking at a bar and one leaves. As she walks toward the door, the other watches her leave and says out loud: “God, I’ve love to eat her out.”

Two men are standing near by and one turns to the other and says: “I’d like to do the same. Guess that makes me a dyke.”

Or another:

Question: Why does Mexican beer have two “X’s” on the label?

Answer: Because wetbacks always need a co-signer.

When he ran for the Senate, I attended a gathering of GOP operatives at the National Republican Senatorial Committee where McCain outlined his campaign strategy:

“I play to win. I do whatever it takes to win. If I have to fuck my opponent to win I’ll do it. If I have to destroy my opponent I won’t give it a second thought.”


This is the man the Republican Party thinks should be the next President of the United States. What else should we expect from a party that promotes racism, homophobia and discrimination against anyone with a different skin color, sexual orientation or ethnic origin.

So we shouldn’t be surprised that McCain’s campaign strategy seeks to raise racial fear about Barack Obama, the first African-American with a serious shot at the Presidency of the United States.

John McCain is a racist: Always has been, always will be. Those who served with him in the Navy say he treated black sailors with disrespect and scorn. His collection of off-color jokes are riddled with racist words and sentiments. Advisors have toned down the raunchy rhetoric of his early years in Congress but close aides say his attitudes have not changed.

McCain opposed making the birthday of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King a national holiday. During his 2000 campaign for President, he told reporters on his “Straight Talk Express: “I hated the gooks (North Vietnamese). I will hate them as long as I live.”

Do you tolerate hypocrisy in your friends and associates? No? THEN DON’T TOLERATE IT IN OUR POLITICIANS EITHER!

There’s a precedent for dealing with this type of evil in the universe: Never interfere. Allow it to run a free course. But— work tirelessly for full disclosure of the expression of the evil as the quickest technique of achieving the perfect and final cure of the plague of evil. Conduct an unceasing exposure of the hypocrisy and the sophistry of John McCain and his surrogates.

Begin with the bald face lies delivered by John McCain and Cindy McCain in front of MSM cameras, that there would be no “low road” campaigning. This sort of grotesque lying for political gain should be the tar in the mouth that gags Americans awake to the immoral and unethical behavior that is absolutely unacceptable for any public office holder. And the tar that sticks to and suffocates those who would use it to entrench themselves behind political power is the karmic consequence of a just society.

Moral people instinctively know this is right. But after decades of being told by MSM political hacks that campaigns “will get negative,” in no way means it must be tolerated, or that it’s inevitable; it’s not, and we can no longer afford to elect callous liars to the presidency, the Congress, or the local school board. Throw these fuckers OUT.

What YOU must do: John McCain’s racism must go viral on the net. Read Doug Thompson‘s article; then spread it everywhere you can— family, friends, social networks. We can stop this ugly little man— and the people who pull his strings— for good. Do your part.



[The] cleansing of the temple discloses the Master’s attitude toward commercializing the practices of religion as well as his detestation of all forms of unfairness and profiteering at the expense of the poor and the unlearned. This episode also demonstrates that Jesus did not look with approval upon the refusal to employ force to protect the majority of any given human group against the unfair and enslaving practices of unjust minorities who may be able to entrench themselves behind political, financial, or ecclesiastical power. Shrewd, wicked, and designing men are not to be permitted to organize themselves for the exploitation and oppression of those who, because of their idealism, are not disposed to resort to force for self-protection or for the furtherance of their laudable life projects. —The Urantia Book

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  1. I went and read the full article at Capitol Hill Blue and was frankly appalled. I will cite this post, and do a piece on it as well. I’m sickened, but now much that I was confused about in McCain is explained. I suspected as much. I wish there were more detailed proof.

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