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Published:September 4th, 2013 12:14 EST
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Warmonger John McCain Caught Virtual Gambling During Senate Hearing On Syria: Video

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Sen. John McCain got caught virtual gambling during critical congressional hearing on probable attack on Syria.

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`This is not the time for armchair isolationism,` an impassioned Kerry told the committee Tuesday.  `This is not the time to be spectators to a slaughter . . . We have spoken up against unspeakable horror. Now we must stand up and act.`

But Kerry`s strong words may have been lost on McCain, who was so engrossed in his game he failed to notice the Washington Post photographer who caught him in the act."

New York Daily News

John McCain, the septuagenarian warmonger who foams at the mouth at the prospect of dispatching young Americans to their deaths in senseless, illegal, and immoral wars, was caught virtual gambling on his smartphone during the Senate hearing on a possible US military strike against Syria.  

McCain is leaning against authorizing a surgical strike on Syria; he prefers a saturation bombing campaign. A surgical strike involving a few Cruise missiles doesn`t sate his appetite for blood and destruction.

While Congress is debating this crucial issue, the bloodthirsty politician is playing games on his iPhone. McCain wasn`t ashamed of playing games while the Senate debated going to war against Syria, he jokingly tweeted: Scandal! Caught playing iPhone game at 3+ Senate hearing -- worst of all I lost.

The American public must speak out against the murderous plan to get involved in a civil war that`s none of our business. On the one side we have the Syrian dictatorship and their allies Russia, Iran and Hezbollah, and on the other there`s the opposition dominated by al Qaeda terrorists.

Let`s see should we support Sunni terrorists who practice cannibalism, or the Shiite-backed Syrian regime that uses chemical weapons against its own people?

The only reasonable answer is not to get involved in a bloody Syrian civil war, and a sectarian Muslim conflict.

Congress must oppose the Syria strike resolution; are we going to shed blood merely to save Obama from losing face?

Shame on Obama`s desperate ploy to save his reputation, and McCain`s insatiable appetite for military misadventures.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/obama-wins-boehner-support-syrian-military-strike-article-1.1444420#ixzz2dw1V1LHF

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