John McCain is Looking a Little Younger

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Must be all the campaigning. . .
Or maybe this less age obvious pic is the way he wants the public to see him?
— Steve Clemons

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13 comments on “John McCain is Looking a Little Younger

  1. ruby says:

    Kathleen is right. I am from near Peabody Coal Mine. Around here, some people liken John McCain to the Indian fighter, Kit Carson.

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  2. Mr.Murder says:

    McCain’s head is misshapen in the pic?
    Did they photoshop that? He’s not a natural blonde after all.
    Explains the obsessiveness with them, I guess.
    As for Cobell v. Norton, and other such matters. When Kerry said Bush had a small business scam going, and Bush said “Need Some Wood?” it all connected back to Arkansas Project firms trying to slime Clinton and get eventual payback through Bushco. appointments to Interior and Trade positions.

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  3. Kathleen says:

    You’re welcome, guys. I have to say it was so much fun giving Uncle Slam some serious hemorhoid flareup. Unfortunately, the exploitation of Native Americans and the natural resources on their ancestral lands continues unabated.

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  4. Mr.Murder says:

    Thanks Kathleen. It could be argued our own attempts to perhaps Balkanize Iraq, or at least its neighborhoods in Baghdad, meet the same standards as the illegal efforts of the Interior to sell out assets on native lands promised by treaty.
    It’s a violation of international law and our Constitution.
    My first reading of a fired prosecutor was in chekcing backgroun on Cobell v. Norton, one of the LA firms had some items dealing with a district in Arkansas. It turns out the venue change ended up applying to an office in Little Rock handling the case, though the Prosecutor was from my First district.
    He was forced to resign at the time. Others noted similar actions where they had cases pending of a nature dealing with Mineral/Timber lobbyists or of political character.

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  5. PissedOffAmerican says:

    Kathleen, its rare a post here brings tears to my eyes. Your’s just did. Thank you for what you do. Its truly a shame that there are not far more citizens like yourself.

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  6. Kathleen says:

    POA.. I’m the person who took Hopi/Navajo to the UN in Geneva, Switzerland and got the UN SubCommission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities to appoint two Human Rights experts in 1987 to come to Washington, D.C. and Arizona on the issue of the forced re-location of Hopi/Navajo. I also drafted and filed a formal complaint against the US under Procedure 1503 for racial discrimination against the red race. Professor Erica Daes, Ch. of the UN Working Group on Indigenous Peoples and Judge John Carey, NY State Supreme Court and alternate member of the SubCommission for the US were appointed and came to Washington and Arizona in 1989, submitting their reports to the UN Commission for Human Rights. I made all the appointments and arrangements for Professor Daes’ trip and accompanied her and came face to face with Senator John McCain’s red faced temper. Peabody Coal Company is one of McCain’s top 10 contributors. Thank you for your interest in this situation.

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  7. Bartolo says:

    Their only regret posting this photo is that Cindy was not able to be in the picture.

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  8. Brian Fleury says:

    Just look at the picture. All I can think of is John Kerry boating across to the Democratic Convention in 2004, raising his hand in salute and saying, “Reporting for duty.”
    It’s so ironic to see the same image more for McCain.
    Think the press will notice the similarity?

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  9. TonyForesta says:

    Regardless of the branding of McCain by the fascist PR covens, and the complicit parrots in the socalled MSM, St John represents the old guard and will perpetuate the unabated continuation of the same pernicious policies and deeds that have defined the fascists in the Bush government.

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  10. Mr.Murder says:

    John McCake has them superimposition stock footage to add drama to the narrative.
    He can’t be too old, just ask his lobbyist girlfriend or old money younger wifey.
    When McCain has to bow out, at the two year mark to create sympathy to drive other polls, this can let them insert Jeb Bush to the powerful VP office sometime after that.
    The VP will take the POTUS over, probably Mitt Romney(Cheney’s daughter is on his foreign policy staff). That signals Mitt will be a rubber stamp for staying the course on tax cuts and war, just in an adaptable PC sheen of the empty suit exterior.
    The one way they could put a Bush in would be by filling a void at another slot. A vote for John McCain is in support of the 2000 coup, just as ‘huggy bear’ has done throughout his Senate career since that time.
    See the big picture. The background of McCain’s age is a way to create a void for which the demand meets the supply of someone else entirely unelectable.
    The POTUS will reach the two year mark with Census reapportions due. Whoever takes this office shapes the next decades for that reason.
    Daley goons, GOP beer hall types, or the best President we’ve had out of the eight has his wife(career asset) work things out.

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  11. How Insane Is John McCain? says:

    I think the message they’re trying to send is, “John McCain was tortured by the Vietnamese during a war of choice that we should have never started… and he learned nothing.”

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  12. ... says:

    the mccain campaign is very concerned about his image as an old man.. this pic is like so many other gloss overs to get the usa into war in iraq and etc etc…. replace substance with faker y.. biz as usual for the war party..

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  13. PissedOffAmerican says:

    That picture can only be described as “bizarre”.
    Lieberman musta been browsing through McWacko’s picture albums, choosing for publicity shots for ‘im.
    What will these shameless marketeers sell us next;
    A picture of a pre-menopausal Hillary?
    Or perhaps a fairer skinned Obama?
    BTW, want an eye opener? Google up McCain/Navajo/coal/Nevada. Its not every day that a future presidential candidate gets to be involved in something so slimey that the United Nations condemns it.
    Ya know, this guy McCain just might be enough of a scumbag to make it to the Oval Office.

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