JOHN MCCAIN, GODLESS FORNICATOR, BIGAMIST
UNFAITHFUL MCSAME: BETRAYER OF GOD & COUNTRY, WIFE & CHILDREN
IMMORAL JOHN DUBYA MCBUSH SLEPT WITH RICH BIMBO DURING MARRIAGE TO POOR CRIPPLE
Character? McNuts Was Still Married To His First Wife When He Took Out A Marriage License With His NEXT Wife
The rich and the powerful are different from us. They dispose of entire families like so much used toilet paper. FLUSH, and unattractive, impecunious, inconvenient wives and children are gone like so much embarrassing malodorous waste. At least, that's how John McCain sees it. "NEXT!" [flush!]
The George Bush wannabee dumped his damaged wife like old garbage as soon as he layed, er, laid eyes on flashy billionaire booze heiress & drug-addict Cindy McSame. She told Jay Leno that that the 42-year old Senate aide chased her 24-year-old heiney around a fancy Honolulu hors-d'oeuvre table while on a free government junket to Hawaii (how's THAT for elitism?), and she thought he was weird (creepy, old and inappropriate?).
And married. To a cripple. With children. Who'd remained faithful to him during the 5.5 years of his captivity in Vietnam. But who's counting? Not John. Not on his family. Not Cindy: She wanted a Senator in her bed, so she bought and made one.
So, you know you can count on McCain, America. Until he sees a younger, prettier, richer country he "loves" better.
"McCain's broken marriage and fractured Reagan friendship"
' The nature and timing of his divorce from Carol Shepp alienated key friends -- and his version doesn't always match that in court documents. Outside her Bel-Air home, Nancy Reagan stood arm in arm with John McCain and offered a significant -- but less than exuberant -- endorsement. "Ronnie and I always waited until everything was decided, and then we endorsed," the Republican matriarch said in March. "Well, obviously this is the nominee of the party." They were the only words she would speak during the five-minute photo op. In a written statement, she described McCain as "a good friend for over 30 years." But that friendship was strained in the late 1970s by McCain's decision to divorce his first wife, Carol, who was particularly close to the Reagans, and within weeks marry Cindy Hensley, the young heiress to a lucrative Arizona beer distributorship. The Reagans rushed to help Carol, finding her a new home in Southern California with the family of Reagan aide Edwin Meese III and a series of political and White House jobs to ease her through that difficult time. McCain, who is about to become the GOP nominee, has made several statements about how he divorced Carol and married Hensley that conflict with the public record. In his 2002 memoir, "Worth the Fighting For," McCain wrote that he had separated from Carol before he began dating Hensley. "I spent as much time with Cindy in Washington and Arizona as our jobs would allow," McCain wrote. "I was separated from Carol, but our divorce would not become final until February of 1980." An examination of court documents tells a different story. McCain did not sue his wife for divorce until Feb. 19, 1980, and he wrote in his court petition that he and his wife had "cohabited" until Jan. 7 of that year -- or for the first nine months of his relationship with Hensley. Although McCain suggested in his autobiography that months passed between his divorce and remarriage, the divorce was granted April 2, 1980, and he wed Hensley in a private ceremony five weeks later. McCain obtained an Arizona marriage license on March 6, 1980, while still legally married to his first wife. Until McCain filed for divorce, the Reagans and their inner circle assumed he was happily married, and they were stunned to learn otherwise, according to several close aides. "Everybody was upset with him," recalled Nancy Reynolds, a top aide to the former president who introduced him to McCain. By contrast, some of McCain's friends, including the Senate aide who was at the reception where McCain first met Hensley, believed he was separated at that time. Albert "Pete" Lakeland, the aide who was with McCain at the reception in Hawaii in April 1979, said of the introduction to Hensley: "It was like he was struck by Cupid's arrow. He was just enormously smitten." As the pair began dating, Lakeland allowed them to spend a weekend together at his summer home in Maryland, he said. "They were just an attractive couple," Reynolds said. "The Reagans had great admiration and respect for John." In 1974, Reagan invited McCain to speak at a governor's prayer breakfast in Sacramento. The former prisoner of war told the story of a fellow captive who had scratched a prayer on a cell wall. Ronald and Nancy Reagan were reduced to tears. It was "the most moving speech I had ever heard," Reynolds said. In the next few years, family and friends said, there was no sign that McCain was unhappy in his marriage. Fitzwater recalled visiting the family on Thanksgivings, and McCain seemed content barbecuing a turkey on his outdoor grill near Jacksonville, Fla. Navy officers in the squadron McCain commanded in 1977 said they did not know anything was wrong. "When I went to parties at their home, everything seemed fine," said Mike Akin, a naval flying instructor. "They seemed to be a happily married couple." But two years later, while on a trip as a Navy liaison with the Senate, McCain spied Hensley at the Honolulu reception. In a recent television interview with Jay Leno on the "Tonight Show," Cindy McCain joked about how the Navy captain had pursued her. "He kind of chased me around . . . the hors d'oeuvre table," she said. "I was trying to get something to eat and I thought, 'This guy's kind of weird.' I was kind of trying to get away from him." John McCain was 42; she was 24. During the next nine months, he would fly to Arizona or she would come to the Washington area, where McCain and Carol had a home. Carol McCain later told friends, including Reynolds and Fitzwater, that she did not know he was seeing anyone else. His wife did not contest the divorce, and Day said that the couple had reached an agreement in advance on support and division of property. By then she was living in La Mesa, in San Diego County, with the family of Meese, a close Reagan aide and future attorney general. "We knew John and Carol both since he came back from Hanoi in 1973," Meese said recently. "They have been friends of ours ever since. "She was with us for maybe four or five months. Their daughter and our daughter were friends, and they went to school together." Carol McCain was distraught at being blindsided by her husband's intention to end their marriage, said her friends in the Reagan circle. "They [the Reagans] weren't happy with him," Fitzwater said. Carol McCain "was this little, frail person. . . . She was brokenhearted." By that time, Nancy Reagan had come to Carol McCain's aid, hiring her as a press assistant in the 1980 presidential campaign. When the Reagans moved to Washington, she was named director of the White House Visitors Office. "Nancy Reagan was crazy about her," Reynolds said. "But everybody was crazy about Carol McCain. . . . And the Meeses were very generous and helpful and comforting to her." '.
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