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  1. I think that Mccain was tortured, because he can’t lift his arms over his head, because they broke his shoulders. And he had to sit in shit and water for a week up to his neck and thats pretty harsh. It took about 2 years for them to get all the parasites out! So don’t know about you but I think that that is torchure. And if it’s not then I would like to see you go through those kinds of things!!!

    Comment by Lucy — September 5, 2008 @ 3:27 pm

  2. Lucy do you really believe everything your told? John McCain and his ilk have provided plenty information on the subject of his torture, but most of it was exaggerated. Do yourself a favor and take my word on this. I am not pro Obama or McCain, in fact Obama isn’t that great either. But he is the lesser evil. So I will be voting for the person who instead of relaying multiple attacks in the form of the media, is concentrating on issues that matter such as the economy. I will be voting for Obama. And to all that is like Lucy who does not yet know the FULL truth of both candidates, please do yourselves a favor and stop listening to whatever the American media is saying. Go out and find the truth for yourself. Assuming you understand the consequences of this world, then you should know that being ill informed is the worst thing that could happen to our glorious nation. I voted for Bush because I was young and didn’t know the truth and didn’t know how to find it. Please people reach out and pray for the truth because the truth will set us all free!

    Comment by Anonymous — September 11, 2008 @ 4:37 pm

  3. Mr. or Miss Anonymous, I agree that the torture of John McCain was a bit exaggerated, however he was a POW and that can be enough to scare the crap out of anyone. He didn’t talk and that matters. Even though he was a POW that should not give him a ticket to the white house. The next president of as you said our “glorious” nation should be chosen based off of merit and experience. John McCain is a flip-flopper so he has no merit, but he has plenty of experience. Obama is the opposite of John McCain, but since Biden is in the picture I will be voting for Barack Obama. Sure his name is weird but I will be voting for the man who said change from the get go. I agree with Anonymous people should be concentrating on more important aspects than McCains torture. Such as if McCain dies (hopefully not) we will be left with someone who knows nothing of true worldly politics, Palin. To me she is nothing but a charming face that plays on one of the biggest human instincts….I like you because you look good? If Obama dies (again hopefully not)we will have the very talented and experienced leader Biden who knows more and has more experience than John McCain. Sorry for the long message people just getting a little tired of the torture card….vote for the man who will do something for real, not because he was tortured….reminds me of Kerry and his damned purple hearts.

    Comment by Ike — September 11, 2008 @ 4:51 pm

  4. I don’t doubt that McCain wasn’t tortured. I do find it ironic that according to Bush’s standards, McCain wasn’t tortured. And how so easily McCain shrugged off, Bush’s blantent human rights violations. McCain did try to put up some fuss about it, but he didn’t go all the way. He didn’t buck the Commander in Cheif. For someone that is ’suppose’ to be a Maverick. He sure as Hell didn’t act like it.

    I use to admire McCain, but it’s clear that he’s sold his soul to the extremest and fundmental right of the Republican party. I find it disgusting. He didn’t believe in the Bush tax cuts and now he does. I find him woefully lacking as a political leader. A sell out and that’s even worse.

    I’ve already voted, and I voted for Obama. Obama has not sold himself out like McCain has.

    Comment by Becca — October 21, 2008 @ 9:44 pm

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