► Sen. McCain forgets to take meds in attack on U.N. Ambassador Brown Print E-mail

Sen. McCain forgets to take meds in attack on U.N. Ambassador Brown

Sen. McCain has found it convenient to lead a charge on attacking U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice over the attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which the GOP refers to as Benghazigate.
In attacking Ambassador Brown, McCain had the chutzpah to state that she is “not qualified” to be nominated to replace Hillary Clinton as the next Secretary of State. McCain knowingly spews forth the untruth that Ambassador Brown was responsible for reporting to several network news shows that the attack was a reaction to the defamatory film attacking the prophet Mohammed by a lunatic from Los Angeles.
McCain well knew that Ambassador Brown’s comments specifically referred to reports she had received on the attack from the CIA. Sadly, McCain wasn’t about to let the truth get in the way of his unwarranted attack on the Ambassador.
This is the same John McCain that invoked his 5th Amendment right to remain silent when Condoleezza Rice was nominated by George Bush for the office of Secretary of State. During Condoleezza Rice’s nomination, McCain never questioned he fitness to be Secretary of State despite her false protestations that if we didn’t attack Iraq we’d likely be witness to a “mushroom cloud’ compliments of Saddam Hussein.
It is painfully clear that McCain is still angry at his loss to Obama in 2008. His anger is further inflamed by the fact that he well knows he will go down in history as the first White Boy to lose the Presidency to a Black Man.
Obviously, John forgot to take his meds when he unmercifully and unjustifiably attacked Ambassador Brown. It‘s time for John “The Angry Old White Man” to stop forgetting to take his meds!
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