OPEN NOTE TO SENATOR JOHN MCCAIN:
Please, please, please, PRETTY PLEASE…just jump ship right now and join the Democrat Party. It’s time you just admitted it and raised your right hand in an oath to the Party of the Jackass, because quite frankly, John, you’re acting like one.
I’m not sure if he really does understand how incredibly unliked he is in Republican circles. I know that he’s completely oblivious to how much he is unliked in Conservative Christian circles. Living and working inside the Beltway has been a huge mistake for all politicians and government workers for time untold. The media there is confused, at best, about what is going on in the rest of the country. The politicians, even more so, don’t comprehend to what degree they are damaging the name of the greatest democracy on the face of the Earth.
It’s really very simple. All you have to do is go on social media, into chat rooms…heck, you can even just read the comments on Christian sites…in order to know how you’re doing as a representative of the people. It really behooves our politicians to, once a year, view the movie, “Mr. Smith Goes To Washington.” While the movie is old and it’s message is dated, the ideals behind it remain exactly the same today. A shame, really, when you think about how long it’s been since Jimmy Stewart recited his lines in the Hollywood version of Congress. Yet, here we are, in 2017…a new century…and we still struggle with politicians who have made WAAAY too much money off the backs of taxpayers, and have made WAAAY too many terrible decisions on our behalves, yet still remain in office due to the ability to distract, dissuade and disseminate State-controlled media through ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, Reuters, Associated Press, NYT, WaPo, HuffPo, NPR, PBS, Time, Newsweek, etc., etc.
John McCain, and his daughter as well, I might add, are nothing more than Republican Establishmentariat hacks, in it for three important reasons. One, the money (don’t tell me it’s about “serving the people,” John!). Two, the control. The Republican Party, just like the Democrat Party, seek to control the reins of power in any way, shape or form. They are not interested in our input (that’s pretty obvious) and would much rather we shut our yaps and fall in line, like everyone else.
But the third reason is the most ridiculous of the Establishmentariat to want or need as a matter of principle and doing things that are right and good. McCain happens to subscribe to the third, perhaps even more than he does to the others.
Shall we reveal what’s behind curtain #3? Move to the next page: