Monday, July 07, 2008




John McCain for President? Here's a guy who graduated 790th out of a Naval Academy Class of 795. Why am I thinking Custer?

John McCain for President? A reckless, hot headed, undisciplined plebe who not only crashed several planes while in pilot training, but someone who was often disciplined for misbehavior during his undistinguished stay in Annapolis. Why am I thinking Lt. Commander Philip Francis Queeg?

John McCain for President? Arguably the man most responsible for officially abandoning hundreds of reportedly alive American POWs once held captive by the North Vietnamese. Don't believe me? Just check with Sydney H. Schanberg, awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his 1975 coverage of political and social chaos in Cambodia. His news reports and a best-selling book about his experiences in Southeast Asia became the basis for the Academy Award-winning film THE KILLING FIELDS.

Still don't believe me? Then I invite you to check with the vast majority of our nation's leading POW/MIA activists. Ironic, isn't it?

You see, since his celebrated return from the Hanoi Hilton this double-dealing, two-faced hypocrite has:

~Ignored pleas of POW/MIA Family Members for his political influence in the overall POW/MIA Issue as well as with their individual cases

~Verbally abused POW/MIA Family Members in public and private

~Attempted to negatively influence those who testified before the 1992 Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs

~Diminished legislation that gave oversight and protection to the families

~Dismantled protection to any future servicemen that go missing

Yes, over the years McCain has, at times almost single-handedly, pushed through Pentagon-desired legislation to make it virtually impossible for the public to acquire POW/MIA information and to make it much easier for the defense bureaucracy to keep these vitally important files hidden.

John McCain for President?

As Oliver Hardy would say to the Republican Party, "Well, this is another fine mess you've gotten us into."

It is 10:45 a.m. CDT on July 7, 2008. The up-to-the-minute current estimate is that the population of the United States has now reached 304,537,598.

Over three hundred four million Americans and we have settled on either John Sidney McCain III or Barack Hussein Obama as our next president. (Yes, Barack will be the subject of a future posting.)

How pathetic.

I don't know about you, but I'd rather have the real Bozo as the Republican nominee...


At 1:46 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Make sure all McCain supporters Google:"The wife
U. S. Republican John McCain callously left behind"

At 2:28 PM, Blogger Robert A. Nowotny said...

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At 2:36 PM, Blogger Robert A. Nowotny said...

Dear Anonymous:

Thank you for providing this link. It sure makes for some interesting (and disturbing) reading. Along these lines I will add that I have heard from a very reliable source that McCain once nearly raped a woman in a limo on the way to a speaking engagement. To make matters worse, the woman was the wife of a pilot listed as MIA. I don't feel comfortable to give any of the details (name, date, etc.) since I cannot personally substantiate the validity of the story. However, it is a well-known incident among some military members and I would be surprised if it doesn't surface sometime between now and the election. That's assuming the Democrats have their own "Swift Boat-style" informants. Keep in mind that if this story does get reported, you heard it here first.

The Editor at

At 12:22 PM, Blogger WylieWayne said...

It is a sad state of affairs for the country when I say that Robert is being too nice. We face some of the most strenous economic and international challenges and we have been offered, well maybe it is best to say that I believe that Alfred E Newman would be a better choice that what we are facing. At least you would know what you are getting.

So Robert Kudos on your restraint!

At 5:12 AM, Anonymous mrn said...

unfortunately, the original bozo, larry harmon, just died a couple of days ago and now we are only left with two rather inept sad for our nation....mrn

At 10:12 PM, Blogger Joe said...

The bold, insightful, and elloquent Robert Nowotny elloquently "removes the comments" of the opposition, leaving his boldness, his insight, and his elloquence intact. Congratulations on your successful attack of the most viable option for president still in the game. All of the pessimistic America haters look to you for leadership. I'm sure they also appreciate your sarcasm toward Christianity--how DARE they condemn a movie standing on the shaky pillar of an objective right and wrong. Oh, and please continue to rail on the universities of your home state--I'm sure you're right about the conspiracy of the born again Baptists in Lubbock, TX. Feel free to "remove my comments" before anyone can read them. We can't have anyone thinking Mr. Nowotny to be anything less than bold, insightful, and elloquent. So, continue your heroism to all the left-wingers outside the state of Texas (because everyone else resents your smug pursuit of self-satisfaction by way of hating institutions such as America, the Church, and Texas universities). Or, you could leave this post as is; or, you could post it on the front page of your site and take a poll on how your reviews are received--a review of the review, if you will; or you could email me and explain why you require pessimism and hate-stirring for your self-image:

At 10:21 PM, Blogger Joe said...

Oh, and by the way the "passion" of Christ is a term used to refer to the crucifixion and the time leading up to it--not the typical use of the word. But, I'm sure you knew that given your wealth of knowledge of born again Christians. I mean, you are a reliable source of criticism of the born-agains, right? I'm probably mistaken in thinking that the context of the word "passion" on the front page of your site indicates ignorance of its meaning in the movie title.


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