Comment by Jim Campbell
August 30th, 2018
John McCain’s corpse had yet to be planted so that he can serve as worm meal along side honorable men who were buried at Annapolis.
First he is laid out for viewing at the Arizona Capitol Building
The more I learn about this former being, I wonder rather than having him rest in state in the Capital Rotunda if it might have been a better deal to throw him into a dumpster?
It’s no irony that he chose Annapolis for his last resting place, he was not liked there by his classmates either.
Cindy McCain: Private Heiress And Philanthropist.
On dumping his first wife, Carol Shep McCain he didn’t have the courage to admit to Pastor Rick Warren at Saddleback Church is Orange County California that he dumped her because she was fat. (Source)
McCain’s first wife, Carol, was a famous beauty and a successful swimwear model when they married in 1965.
When McCain returned to America from Vietnam in 1973, he discovered his wife had been disfigured in a terrible car crash three years earlier.
Her car had skidded on icy roads into a telegraph pole on Christmas Eve, 1969.
Her pelvis and one arm were shattered by the impact and she suffered massive internal injuries.
When Carol was discharged from hospital after six months of life-saving surgery, the prognosis was bleak.
In order to save her legs, surgeons had been forced to cut away huge sections of shattered bone, taking with it her tall, willowy figure.
She was confined to a wheelchair and was forced to use a catheter. Through sheer hard work, Carol learned to walk again.
But when John McCain came home from Vietnam, she had gained a lot of weight and bore little resemblance to her old self. (Source)
This was certainly no cause for divorce if McCain had any character.
After all, the Clinton’s are still married and if Hillary is buried at all, it will be in a double-wide-trailer in an undisclosed location.
But then again, the Clinton’s know where all the bones are buried and the stories the would leak to the media would keep them busy for years to come.
Read the companion profile on Michelle Obama, the wife of Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama.
As the wife of Republican presidential hopeful Sen. John McCain, Cindy McCain has a high public profile and she’s often at her husband’s side.
But she is also heiress to the Hensley and Co. beer distributorship in Phoenix.
And when it comes to the family business, Cindy McCain resolutely refuses to comment.
“I don’t think I’m very mysterious,” she said on ABC’s Good Morning America.
“I’m not the candidate.
I’ve never been front and center.
I do the things I enjoy and that are important to me.
And [I] do them in the way I like to do them.”
Hensley and its board’s chairman, Cindy McCain, declined to participate in this story.
The company, which distributes brands including Bud Light and Budweiser, has a 60 percent share of the Phoenix market and had $370 million in revenues last year.
McCain’s father, Jim Hensley, founded the beer business in 1955.
He built it into the third-largest Anheuser-Busch distributorship in the country.
When he died in 2000, he left it to McCain.