There’s nothing quite better than a good voting record to reveal what a representative truly believes. Remember, actions are a better indicator of underlying ideology than words, or US Senate speeches.
Most everyone knows that Senator John McCain has come down with brain cancer so that automatically qualifies him as a victim in good standing. He portrayed the hero role yet again when he returned to DC for the sole purpose of casting a vote Wednesday on H.R. 1628. You know the Bill that Senator Rand Paul called a “clean repeal” and the very one that the Republican Party has vowed to repeal for years.
I listened to McCain’s extended speech, but kept being distracted by his long string of stitches above his left eyebrow. More important, however, was the clear intent and message of his speech to the senate. Along with his recent diagnosis of brain cancer, the graphic stitches sealed the perception of his public persona, that McCain was a victim. [Victim-hood is yet another indicator of the presence of Communist ideology]. This garnered sympathy in the psyche of the public.
Distilled down, the message Mr. McCain sent to the American voting public Wednesday was that it was time for the senate to straighten up and fly right. He said it was time “to get things done” but without saying what those things were. I came away from the speech with a clear impression that he was going to vote for a clean repeal of the Affordable Healthcare Act (AHCA). That’s why I couldn’t have been more shocked when the record showed that he voted against its passage!
A total of seven Republican US Senators voted against the message Americans sent to the congress when they voted for Donald Trump, i.e., get “obamacare” repealed now! These Republican Senators were: Lisa Murkowski (AK), John McCain (AZ), Susan Collins (ME), Dean Heller (NV), Lamar Alexander (TN), Shelley Capito (WV), and Rob Portman (OH). The following day, the senate voted on the “skinny amendment,” (Amendment 267 to H.R. 1628) to repeal only several of the most egregious aspects of Obamacare. The result? John McCain, Lisa Murkowski, and Susan Collins voted against their own party, enough to sink even a tiny bit of Obamacare repeal. I always wondered how Obama could have figured this when he said years ago “…and you won’t be able to repeal it.” Now I see.
Hopefully, all of these senators will be defeating soon in upcoming elections, but these senators who voted against America’s best interests, especially after years of being told by voters to cleanly repeal the AHCA, demand a serious explanation, especially about McCain. McCain was the influential agent.
These seven individuals are not republicans, they are covert Communists. As I discovered years ago from my own independent research into the Communist Party, the Communist leadership has stated they intend to infiltrate and turn the Republican Party. The evidence for that was apparent in the recent votes.
And McCain is the most outstanding Communist among this bunch. McCain played-out the Dialectical Contradiction, a big part of Communist Theory, by indicating he would vote for the bill in his above-board speech, only to contradict his earlier position in his private, below-board vote. And a proud Communist he is since he knew the contradiction between his statements and subsequent vote would be made a part of the public record. I’m sure the Communist Party in America, as well as in other countries, must have been extremely gratified. In essence, he poked America straight in the eye! One gets the feeling that America is in the choke-hold of Communism even now!
Former military men will tell you the only war heroes are the ones who died in action. McCain survived, and I believe he was turned in that Vietnam POW camp so many years ago.
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