McCain Goes Poetic and Philosophical – Gets Hopelessly Lost In Saying Nothing

McCain is as bad a public speaker as he was a pilot, but that doesn’t keep him from talking and taking cheap shots at Trump. He decries nationalism as inferior to world equality…

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John McCain has never been very good at reading, often chewing his words and spitting them out as something largely unrecognizable, skipping and stumbling his way around and through his sentences. The video starts with him saying “we are asleep” and many in his audience likely were, if his speech lasted very long.

McCain certainly sounded the part, like an elderly libtard who has just been disturbed from his afternoon nap. He told the audience at the Naval Academy, “We are asleep to the necessity of our worldship, of our le, leadership and to the opportunities and real dangers of this world.”

Naturally McCain isn’t admitting his own shortcomings but merely disguising in the most obvious manner possible his attacks on President Trump. In describing the harsh personal reality for him created by the emptiness between his ears, McCain says, “We are asleep in our echo chambers, where our views are always affirmed and information that contradicts them is always fake.”

Actually, it is one of the rare times McCain may have inadvertently stating a semi-truth. Information conflicting what President Trump views and is attempting to do on behalf of the American people is often fake. Certainly it was not his intention to come to the President’s defense.

McCain seems to need a lot of rest these days as he says,  “We are asleep in our polarized politics, which exaggerates our differences, looks for scapegoats instead of answers and insist we get all our way all the time in a system of government based on compromise, principled cooperation and restraint.   [VIDEO BELOW]

This is the same John McCain who said, from the lectern of the Senate, that Senator Rand Paul “is now working for Vladimir Putin” because he had a different, opposing view and was blocking McCain on expanding NATO. It’s just one of countless examples of where this self-righteous, stubborn and often angry anti-American hypocrite has been anything but restrained.

As for a system of government based upon compromise, that’s the devil’s key to the destruction of our nation. Some things, such as our culture, values and sovereignty, should never be compromised. But the left invariably comes with a demand for surrender in the name of the god of bipartisanship.

McCain’s next couple of sentences might have made sense when they left the speech writer’s keyboard, but the collection of words don’t seem to fit together into a cohesive thought.

He says, “All the while the social issues, rules, values and aspiration that comprise an international order of rule of superintended for three quarters of a century earned a gathering attack from regimes that desire a world less just, less free and more corrupt.”

Excuse us a second Juan, you’ve gone so far into the flowery poetry that your point is completely lost. Can you say that again in English? Where is all of this taking place and who is doing it? Which social issues are under attack from which regimes? What values and rules are being subverted and where?

He goes on to explain, maybe, “And they’re under attack from forces within liberal democracies themselves, parties that preach resentful nationalism rather than enlightened self-interest, nativism rather than equal justice.”

Ah ha, finally a clue to the mysterious ramblings of the doddering old subversive. He attacking national sovereignty, what he wants to deride as nationalism and nativism, as if either of those things is bad, claiming that putting America first is unenlightened. Globalism and world equality are the way of the future McCain is endorsing. Equal everything is the brainwashing foundation for conditioning the population to accept global fascism as a slave population under world, not American, leadership.

But it might not be as bad as it seems to have had this domestic enemy attempting to poison the young minds at the Naval Academy. Odds are a lot of them left scratching their heads and asking the guy next to him, “What did he say?”

 

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5 Comments on "McCain Goes Poetic and Philosophical – Gets Hopelessly Lost In Saying Nothing"

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Mccain was a poor choice and pizz-poor candidate picked by the Establishment GOP to run for POTUS in ’08; I still can’t comprehend that rationale. His wife was so much more presidential in appearance and speech than he ever was or able to be. What a Simpleton; and one then wonders why Obozo got elected.

Gobbledygook! Those poor academy students. I wonder how many of them have heard of the Forrestal. Hard to imagine that mumbling old man as a show-off pilot who killed hundreds.

Huh? #ImpeachMcCain Sit down you old fool and shut the heck up no one cares what you think anymore. You are a sorry loathsome RINO and you are no longer wanted in the Senate!!

I only lasted 20 seconds listening to him, I think I am dumber for that 20 second loss of time.

Same here. Who listens to this fool and what makes him think his thoughts have anything to do with anything.

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