Friday, October 3, 2008

The McCain Bush Link, Criminally Laden Family Trees and Unethical Actions

One of the things that has surprised me in this election, is the lack of coverage given to McCain's unethical behaviors, and the criminal activities found within his family tree. In 2000 and again in 2004 we ignored the skeletons in the Bush Families closet of shame, and now the major media and John McCain would have us repeat that same mistake. If you go back through the Bush family tree you find example after example of criminal activities, questionable deals, and a wealth built around crime and corruption. McCain is no different, yet the press, perhaps because of McCain's tainted hero status has given little attention to this fact. In fact, in a CNN one hour special about John McCain the candidate and his family, John McCain's wife's drug abuse and criminal behavior was portrayed in a way to elicit undeserved sympathy for the woman.

We know by his own admission that John McCain has frequented whores. We know by his own admission that he had a string of extra marital affairs, including banging Cindy McCain while he was still living with his first wife. One has to ask, are these the MORAL VALUES that the Republican party embraces in their candidates? Surely the Republicans learned something with the Mark Foley scandal?

FACT...John McCain because of his connections got away with his involvements in the Keating Five Bank Collapse scandal because HE HAD FRIENDS IN HIGH PLACES. His son Andrew McCain has followed in his fathers footsteps, having resigned from a Nevada Bank's board of directors just days before the bank collapsed...who WARNED HIM, and who has kept his involvements silent during this presidential campaign and why? Look at the bailout of Wall Street and the Banking Industry, and one of the corrupt players is a blood relative of John McCain. John McCain says he does not ask for earmarks...he has his wife's lobbyist and other friends do the asking for him, he gets his friends in high places to put his earmarks into various bills.

His wife was under federal investigation by the FBI for stealing and trafficking in drugs...she was stealing drugs from her own charity and transporting them back into America across International Borders. When she realized she was caught she used her Daddy's money and Senator John McCain's network of connections to get the charges CONVENIENT as the Church Lady would say. If it has been you are I we would be rotting in a prison cell. How many young black men are sitting in prison now who committed far less serious drug offenses?

The McCain's ALL TAINTED, Cindy McCain's father a convicted felon! The Cindy Hensley McCain fortune is tied directly to ORGANIZED CRIME, which might explain John McCain's Christmas Cards to organized crime families.

All this should be taking on far more importance now that John McCain is trying to claim the mantle of REFORMER. What kind of reform, and who would benefit...a look at the Hensley/McCain family tree will give you the answers you need.
McCain fortune traced to organized crime
Mob figures later implicated in Arizona savings and loan scandal

Posted: February 26, 2008
9:29 pm Eastern

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2008 WorldNetDaily

Sen. John McCain

John McCain's personal fortune traces back to organized crime in Arizona, through his father-in-law, according to a report published by a multi-news agency team called Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc.

IRE reporters Amy Silverman and John Doherty, writing in the Phoenix New Times, note that the father of McCain's wife, James Hensley, was convicted by a federal jury in U.S. District Court of Arizona in March 1948 on seven counts of filing false liquor records. Hensley also was charged with conspiracy to hide from federal authorities the names of persons involved in a liquor industry racket with two companies he managed, United Sales Company in Phoenix and United Distributors in Tucson.

The umbrella company, United Liquor, at that time held a monopoly in Arizona, organized and managed by Kemper Marley, who was accused of mob ties by a reporter who was murdered in 1977.

Silverman and Doherty report that by 1955, Hensley had launched a Budweiser distributorship in Phoenix, "a franchise reportedly bestowed upon him by Marley, who was never indicted in the 1948 liquor-law-violation case – or a subsequent one – despite his controlling role in the liquor distribution businesses."

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