John McCain Seattle

John McCain Seattle

  • dan10things 7y

    His cheek flaps and neck folds scare me, where did all that extra skin come from? Did his head used to be twice as big? McCain looks like he's aged 25 years in the past 5. He's gone from tough and rugged veteran to looking old, weak and like he's about to have a heart attack any second.
  • Nadia Chaudhury 7y

    Hey,

    So I work for the Brooklyn Rail (www.brooklynrail.org) and I was wondering whether it would be possible for me to maybe use this image for a story? You'd be credited and all.

    Thanks,
    Nadia
  • Pacifica Radio 7y

    Great photo, thanks for sharing!
    We are using it on our election related site, here www.electionunspun.org/issues/immigration/41-immigration/...
    Thanks again for sharing!
  • David Greusel 7y

    Thanks for sharing the great photo! We have posted the pic under "McCain: Collaborate More With Allies" at www.duhmagazine.com, with your name linked back to this web page. Let us know if the attribution is correct. Thanks!
  • Betsy Devine 7y

    Hi--excellent shot, I also blogged it with a link back to your photo and your name.
  • notusaculture 7y

    American Patriotism is nothing more than a nostalgic dream of a country which no longer exist. There is such a fast difference in the level and kind of freedoms we once had. Family culture in America in no way resembles what it once was. Politicians from the Right and Left read from the same script like professional actors fooling people into thinking they are actually making some kind of choice when they vote. Like the movie MATRIX, you can taste the steak, even if it does not exist. But all dreams die. A new kind of values is coming to this country. It is a new type of horror which will be altogether very real. It makes no difference who you elect as president. I refuse to vote and be a part of this lie any longer. I was once an election offiicial!!! I went to July 4th parades. I hung out the flag. I hate this country that exist today. I pray to find a country which will let me move to and work there. Many countries are closing doors because other Americans see it too.
  • fleshtuxedo 7y

    this guy has posted on like a dozen pages this dribble,
    way to go NOTUSACULTURE who is now deleted ;)
  • fleshtuxedo 7y

    your art skillz are weak... soundie
  • jordan_spiva 7y

    His arms are so stubby
  • ~Buffalonian~ 7y

    Giggidy Giggidy.
    John McCain for President 2008!
  • Scott 7y

    "Senator McCain, What is your view on the economy?"
    "...Well, my friend, I spent time as a P.O.W., next question..."
    "Senator McCain, How do you suggest we fix the healthcare crisis in the US?"
    "...Well, my friend, I spent time as a P.O.W., next question..."
    "Senator McCain, thank you for taking the time to answer our questions"
    "...Well, my friend, I spent time as a P.O.W., next question..."
    "...Well, my friend, I spent time as a P.O.W., next question..."
    "...Well, my friend, I spent time as a P.O.W., next question..."
    "...Well, my friend, I spent time as a P.O.W., next question..."

    This idiot will self-destruct in 60 days...
  • Mike O'C 7y

    he's my choice!
  • dejotas15 7y

    I invite everybody in this conversation to inspire others to vote. Go to this site: www.amillionreasonstovote.com and share one of your million reasons to vote.
  • Willie Stark 7y

    WE NEED MORE CUB SCOUTS

    The Cub Scout Promise


    I ________ promise to do my best
    To do my duty to God and my country,
    To help other people, and
    To obey the Law of the Pack.

    This promise helps Cub Scouts develop a sense of spiritual awareness, loyalty, unselfishness, self-discipline, and service to others.

    I ________ promise: A promise is a commitment. To make a promise and then fail to keep it is to break one's word.

    To do my best: One person's best is not the same as someone else's best. A Cub Scout should try to better his own record, rather than merely trying to do better than someone else.

    To do my duty to God: This phrase means to remember to thank God for good friends, good health, our well-being, our family, and all others who love and help us. Going to worship services is another way of doing our duty to God. We should respect other people's religious beliefs even if they are different from our own.

    And my country: Duty to country starts with being a good citizen. This means caring about the people in our communities and helping those in need. Good citizenship also means obeying the law and using our country's resources carefully. We show love for our country by respecting and saluting the U.S. flag and standing at attention when our national anthem is played.

    To help other people: For Cub Scouts, helping other people may mean helping at home by taking out the garbage or making their bed without grumbling. A Cub Scout can also help others by befriending a new student in school, making holiday cards for older people, raking leaves or clearing snow for a neighbor, providing games for children living in shelters, or collecting food for people who don't have enough to eat. Helping others is not always easy to do. We must think about other people instead of ourselves—even when it might be inconvenient.

    And to obey the Law of the Pack: A Cub Scout should follow the laws of the land, the rules in his school, the rules in his home, and the rules in his den and pack.
  • rcvernors 7y

    Thank you very much for the photo. I used it in the image below.
    The Special Bus
  • alex_english2000 7y

    lol his arms are stiff either way john mccain is guna loose
  • { ...Angela } 7y

    Each year I get to celebrate Independence Day twice. On June 30 I celebrate my independence day and on July 4 I celebrate America's. This year is special, because it marks the 40th anniversary of my independence.

    On June 30, 1968, I escaped Communist Cuba and a few months later I was in the United States to stay. That I happened to arrive in Richmond on Thanksgiving Day is just part of the story, but I digress.

    I've thought a lot about the anniversary this year. The election-year rhetoric has made me think a lot about Cuba and what transpired there. In the late 1950s, most Cubans thought Cuba needed a change, and they were right. So when a young leader came along, every Cuban was at least receptive.

    When the young leader spoke eloquently and passionately and denounced the old system, the press fell in love with him. They never questioned who his friends were or what he really believed in. When he said he would help the farmers and the poor and bring free medical care and education to all, everyone followed. When he said he would bring justice and equality to all, everyone said "Praise the Lord." And when the young leader said, "I will be for change and I'll bring you change," everyone yelled, "Viva Fidel!"

    But nobody asked about the change, so by the time the executioner's guns went silent the people's guns had been taken away. By the time everyone was equal, they were equally poor, hungry, and oppressed. By the time everyone received their free education it was worth nothing. By the time the press noticed, it was too late, because they were now working for him. By the time the change was finally implemented Cuba had been knocked down a couple of notches to Third-World status. By the time the change was over more than a million people had taken to boats, rafts, and inner tubes. You can call those who made it ashore anywhere else in the world the most fortunate Cubans. And now I'm back to the beginning of my story.

    Luckily, we would never fall in America for a leader like this who promised change without asking, what change? How will you carry it out? What will it cost America?

    Would we?

    Manuel Alvarez Jr. Sandy Hook.

    Letter printed in the Richmond Times - Dispatch on July 7, 2008, addressed to the editor.
  • Adam Pieniazek 7y

    Hahaha!

    Great photo, I've used it in a review of John McCain at OTIBR, citing that John should put his country first and just go away. Thanks!
  • LaurieChristensen2061 6y

    Hi Yours John McCain Seattle are cool.Thank a lot for share.
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