Conservative Republicans explain why Sen. McCain
obstructs POW/MIA investigations
McCain betrays POW/MIAs
Conservative Republicans speak out about John McCain
Several years ago production began on the award-winning documentary film, "Missing, Presumed Dead: The Search For America's POWs." The production, which was supported by many of the prominent national POW/MIA organizations, investigates the abandonment of American POW/MIAs in North Korea after the Korean War and Southeast Asia after the Vietnam War.
Having a high degree of respect for former Vietnam War POW Senator John McCain, the producers were shocked to find extreme animosity toward Sen. McCain by nearly all the POW/MIA activists, advocates, family members, veterans, conservative politicians and former POWs they had interviewed.
"McCain is the classic opportunist--he's always reaching for attention and glory. Other POWs won't even sit at the same table with him. There's evidence, evidence, evidence and McCain was adamant about shutting down anything to do with recovering POWs."
fmr. Rep. Bob (B-1 Bomber) Dornan (R-CA)
"Where are those (propaganda broadcasts)? Believe me, they're in the archives of the museum; the bragging, phony museum in Hanoi. McCain could not have wanted those to turn up in the middle of a Presidential race."
McCain and the POW
journalist, Sydney Schanberg
Sgt. Maj. John Holland's
Conservative POW/MIA experts shed light on Sen. McCain's betrayal of POW/MIAs and their families
Col. Earl Hopper
30-yr Army Airborne Vet
Korean War-Vietnam War
"McCain was responsible for the deaths of fellow American Pilots in Vietnam"
Vietnam Veteran, Green Beret - Special Forces
Founding member of the National Alliance of POW/MIA Families
"For years, McCain has been an unchecked master at manipulating an overly friendly and biased news media. The former POW turned Congressman, turned U.S. Senator, has managed to gloss over his failures as a pilot and his collaborations with the enemy to become America’s POW-hero presidential candidate."
POW/MIA families, advocates and officials urge you to consider....
H. Res. 111
To establish, in the House of Representatives
a Select Committee on POW/MIA Affairs.
With 280 Congressmen/women
co-sponsoring this legislation. It still has not been brought to the floor for a vote!
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