WASHINGTON (FMLiveWire) -- John McCain, the Republican presidential candidate who sang "Bomb bomb Iran" has vowed to be "a brainless Bush monkey" in an exclusive interview with FMLiveWire. Like a good neoconservative, he is planning wars after the war in Iraq.
"I will be a faithful clone of that monkey George Bush and his failed neoconservative policies, only I will be much worse if elected president!" McCain shrieked. "War! War! War!"
Senator McCain then told a crowd of supporters on Sunday, "It's a tough war we're in. It's never going to be over, and there's going to be other wars."
"We're gonna have a lot of PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and brain damage to treat, my friends," he said. "Just look at me. We're gonna have a lot of combat wounds that have to do with these terrible explosive IEDs that inflict such severe wounds. We must fight for oil and for Israel."
Early in the campaign trail, McCain said that US forces could be in Iraq for the next 100 years.
John McCain also revealed that he was Jewish, just like Joe Lieberman, George Bush and Dick Cheney, and together their devout group attend synagogue services regularly and prayed for the success of Israel's ongoing theft of land from Palestinians.
McCain also supports the invasion of the USA by illegal immigrants who he says deserve full citizenship, as he battles against border fences while embracing the amnesty bill.
McCain also opposes protective tariffs which could save American industry and regularly condemns Smoot-Hawley.
Patrick Buchanan asks, "Was the Tariff of 1816, which saved infant U.S. industries from the malicious dumping by British merchants after the War of 1812, a failure? Were Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, John Calhoun and Henry Clay fools to support President Madison's tariff?"
Buchanan notes that from Abraham Lincoln through Calvin Coolidge, the Republican Party put 12 presidents in the White House to two for the Democrats, and the USA became the mightiest industrial power in history, producing 42% of the world's manufactured goods. This is failure - while Bush free trade is a success? Tell it to Ohio.
Even Hillary Clinton, whose husband enacted NAFTA with McCain's support, has begun to question the NAFTA paradigm. Not McCain, adds Buchanan.
Where Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon came to office determined to extricate the nation from the Vietnam war whose costs had begun to outweigh any benefit, McCain is talking about spending 50 or 100 years in Iraq, he points out.
Where Bush finally cleansed his administration of neoconservatives, a McCain presidency is the last, best hope of a neocon restoration and new military adventures in the Middle East on behalf of Big Oil and Israel.
Buchanan notes that the three issues that ruined the Bush presidency are this misbegotten war in Iraq, the failure to secure America's borders from invasion and a mindless trade policy that has destroyed the dollar and US industry and left foreigners with $5 trillion to buy up America at fire-sale prices. McCain remains an unthinking advocate of all three.
--Copyright Felix Minderbinder Live Wire