McCain Wants To Be Remembered As Serving His Nation Honorably

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Jake Tapper interviewed his comrade John McCain and asked him about his legacy, the thing that all of these politicians suddenly become concerned about when their days of pillaging and exploiting the United States are drawing to a close.

Tapper said, “I hope this is not our last interview, I know a lot of people want to interview you.” McCain quips that “a lot of people wanted to be the last.” They laugh at his observation but it’s true. Tapper says, “I hope I don’t run this clip for another fifty years, but how do you want the American people to remember you?”

McCain replied, “Uh, he served his country.” If the meaning is as he served us up on a tray to our enemies, profiteers and globalists he’s got no problem, his position is secure. Count on it, Johnny.

Now he admits, “and not always right. Made a lot of mistakes. Made a lot of errors, but served this country, and I’d hope we could add ‘honorably.'” You took a lot of actions that were detrimental to this nation or failed to act in our interest.

Remember stepping on a resolution to investigate the background and security clearances of Huma Abedin, McCain, and demeaning the patriots in the House who had called for it? Who knows how much damage could have been avoided if we had responded to that serious security breach at the time.

Nope, that word, “honorably,” has no business in any sentence referencing the sellout globalist. It simply does not apply to him. You could describe his legacy as “he served himself,” or “he served those who purchased him” and leave it at that.

Libtard Tapper pronounces this anti-sovereignty operative as having served “honorably.” We’ll have to disagree on that point Tapper, like everything else that comes out of a screen bearing a CNN logo.

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18 Comments on McCain Wants To Be Remembered As Serving His Nation Honorably

  1. lol

  2. Bill Milcarek // September 14, 2017 at 3:01 am // Reply

    McCain has not attended any of the annual POW reunions.

  3. you will be remembered for your arrogant vote…..benedict McCain sounds logical

  4. You have dishonored not only your country but our flag, and all the great men and women that served in Viet Nam.. You will always be pictured with a BIG RED T on your forehead.. Benedict McCain..

  5. Billy S DuBose // September 12, 2017 at 12:25 am // Reply

    Too damn late you Traitorous POS!

  6. Yeah … that’s pretty questionable,

  7. Hadenoughalready // September 11, 2017 at 4:58 pm // Reply

    Sooo….he’ll be buried in Saigon? Hanoi?? With full military honors???

  8. hear hear.
    good posts from all about John McShame.

  9. When did HONOR become part of McCoward’s vocabulary? I remember hearing him on the radio supplying the North Vietnamese with everything they wanted. The only reason he was not tried for treason is because Richard Nixon pardoned him and some others who did not deserve it because if they were willing to give military information they were also telling on the other prisoners who lived in squalid conditions except for McCoward. There were other men left behind to NEVER be seen again and could it have been because of the ‘song bird’. Is this why the non-honorable weak traitor shutdown anyone from ever looking for MIA’s or other POW’s as long as he and his buds are controlling the Armed Services Committee and he is Chairman? I believe that is the reason! His dishonor will come to him one day. It may not be on earth but it will come.

  10. Was this his final interview? I sure hope so. He is one ugly person. (and, I don’t mean his looks)

  11. On my first comment I made a mistake.He will be remembered as the SONG BIRD.He was a traitor to our country.

  12. He hasn’t done anything to be remembered for.

  13. To late McCain when your name comes up honor is not the first thing that pops into anyone’s mind that I know of. Treasonous bastard is most likely how you will be remembered.

  14. If McCain wants to be remembered as serving his Country honorbly he is going about it the wrong way. President Trump is trying to help our country and McCain has faugh him all the way. I voted for McCain when he ran for president but I would never do it again!

  15. HONORABLY? YOU ARE KIDDING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  16. Kelleigh Nelson // September 11, 2017 at 10:23 am // Reply

    Well fat chance of that SONGBIRD! Too many of us know exactly what you are, what you were in Nam, what you were as a pilot, and how you refused to allow families to find out about their missing loved ones who were POWs/MIAs. There’s no way you’ll be remembered as serving your nation honorably when you destroyed the chance of American taxpayers to get out from under this God awful draconian Obamacare, and then gloated about it, as though you punished Trump, when you punished all of us. Your Keating Five Scandal, your promotion of amnesty and failure to save American jobs for Americans, your promotion of job killing trade treaties, and on and on.
    Sorry Senator, but like Teddy Kennedy, we’ll be just as thrilled when you’re gone. We pray you have a “come to Jesus” moment before you die, but if you die like you’ve lived, with hatred in your heart and a mean streak a mile wide, then you’d better be prepared for what’s ahead.
    No Senator, the day you are out of our Congress will be a blessing to American freedoms.

  17. So true, “honorably” should not be used in the same sentence as ol Johnny. The “songbird” was a traitor long before he started selling us out from the DC swamp.


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