McCain betrays POW/MIAs

Conservative Republicans explain why Sen. McCain
obstructs POW/MIA investigations

Attack on Liberty - Chuck Baldwin

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Anyone paying attention knows that John McCain has been a Big-Government
Globalist Neocon (BGGN) for virtually his entire senatorial career. As with
many BGGNs hiding out in the Republican Party, McCain likes to talk about
smaller government, but his track record is littered with the promotion of
one big government program after another. But, what else would one expect
from a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)?

Lately, however, McCain has outdone himself. He has introduced two bills in
the US Senate that are about as Machiavellian as they could be. I am
referring to S.3081, a bill that would authorize the federal government to
detain American citizens indefinitely without trial, and S.3002, a bill that
would authorize the federal government to regulate vitamins, minerals, and
virtually all health and natural food products.

According to, "Last week, John McCain introduced a bill into
the U.S. Senate which, if passed, would actually allow U.S. citizens to be
arrested and detained indefinitely, all without Miranda rights or ever being
charged with a crime."

The Examiner report continued by saying "This bill, introduced by McCain,
who despite overwhelming evidence, claims to be a 'conservative,' would not
only take away our right to a trial, but would also allow the federal
government to arrest and imprison anyone the current administration deems

"Of course, that would be the same administration whose Homeland Security
Secretary has classified veterans, retired law enforcement, Ron Paul [and
Chuck Baldwin] supporters, and conservatives as 'terrorists.'"

The Examiner report concluded by saying "If it was not clear before, it
should be now that John McCain has as little respect for the Constitution as
he does for our borders."


If Juan McCain gets his way, your constitutional right to a speedy trial by
jury is gone, as well as your constitutional right to Habeas Corpus. But, of
course, they would attempt to justify this by claiming it is being done in
the name of national security and the war on terrorism.

See the Examiner report at:

Regarding McCain's desire for the federal government to take over the
vitamin industry, attorney Jonathan Emord wrote, "If you had any doubt about
whether John McCain is a limited government conservative, you may put that
doubt to rest--he is not. On February 3, 2010, John McCain introduced to the
United States Senate the Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2010. Reflecting
upon this poorly written bill, I am struck by the fact that John McCain
apparently sees little difference between fissile material and dietary
supplements. He is intent on regulating supplements as if they were
radioactive enriched uranium rather than bioactive vitamins, minerals, amino
acids, and botanicals that more often than not help people.

"The Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2010 enjoys support from the most
liberal members of Congress. It is an invitation for the FDA to assume broad
new powers and replicate here the system now operating in Europe over
dietary supplements where dietary ingredients are presumed adulterated and
unlawful to sell unless pre-approved by the government. In short, good bye
free enterprise, good bye limited government, and hello more heavy handed,
arbitrary and punitive FDA bias against the beleaguered dietary supplement

See Emord's column at:

Please remember, this is the same John McCain that, during the 2008
Presidential campaign, said he would "order the secretary of the treasury to
immediately buy up the bad home loan mortgages in America." Of course,
McCain didn't explain where this authority would come from, because such a
proposal has no legal or constitutional authority. And, by the way, this one
little sentence, if implemented, would cost taxpayers some $300 billion.

McCain also said he wanted to tap Mr. Climate Change Wacko himself, Al Gore,
"to work in his administration on developing a new and much tougher
U.N.-sponsored global warming treaty."

(Source: Cliff Kincaid. See his column at: )

This is the same John McCain who addressed the Hoover Institution on May 1,
2007, and said if he were elected President, he would create a new
international organization known as "The League of Democracies" (LD).

In advancing the LD, McCain said, "We should go further and start bringing
democratic peoples and nations from around the world into one common
organization, a worldwide League of Democracies." He then added, "The new
League of Democracies would form the core of an international order . . ."

See McCain's speech to the Hoover Institution at:

If McCain and his CFR buddies get their way, this new LD would be a United
Nations on steroids! As I said all over America on the campaign trail in
2008, "John McCain is a globalist." Of course, so is Barack Obama. In fact,
every President since (and including) George H.W. Bush has been a
full-fledged, rotten-to-the-core globalist.

And, yes, this is the same Juan McCain who is one of the primary movers and
shakers (along with Obama, Lindsey Graham, and G.W. Bush) attempting to
provide amnesty to illegal aliens and open America's borders to illegal

And now McCain wants the federal government to take over the vitamin
industry, and he wants to give the federal government the power to jail
American citizens indefinitely without trial.

The citizens of Arizona can do the American people--and liberty itself--a
great favor this year by giving Senator John McCain his walking papers.
Big-Government dinosaurs like McCain are an albatross around the neck of
freedom and constitutional government. If we don't send them packing now,
the shackles they put around our throats will become insufferable.

P.S. As this column goes to press, word has come to me that the State of
Florida is poised to vote on a bill that calls for a Constitutional
Convention. Readers should familiarize themselves with the dangers that a
new Con Con poses to our liberties and to the very Constitution itself.
Please read my previous columns on this subject at:

And if you live in Florida, contact your senators immediately to let them
know in no uncertain terms that they must reject any bill calling for a
Constitutional Convention!

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