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  • I don't like John McCain. But I have no interest in who he has or hasn't slept with. As far as I can tell, some of our best presidents could not keep themselves managed in that department. It's an interesting phenomenon, and it's also none of my business what they do in the bedroom if they do a good job on the job.
  • If he didn't I am sure someone will prove he did
  • I doubt it...otherwise it would have hit the headlines by now!! Media search for dirt....
  • I read that he had been seeing his current wife for several months before he moved out. He himself has said he feels his biggest failure was the dissolution of his first marriage.
  • allow me to answer your question with a question,does anyone care?
  • Yes he did. "McCain was still married and living with his wife in 1979 while, according to The New York Times' Nicholas Kristof, "aggressively courting a 25-year-old woman who was as beautiful as she was rich." McCain divorced his wife, who had raised their three children while he was imprisoned in Vietnam, then launched his political career with his new wife's family money. In 2000, McCain managed to deflect media questioning about his first marriage with a deft admission of responsibility for its failure." http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/features/2006/0607.benen.html http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/843472
  • What business is it of yours?
  • YEP! Lets put that adulterer in office!....NOT!
  • Yes, that story is true. http://www.snopes.com/politics/mccain/carol.asp
  • "Details Of McCain's Marriage Come Out" -
  • It appears he had an emotional, if not sexual, affair with his 2nd wife prior to the legal dissolution of his first marriage. Generally, I couldn't care less what a candidate's personal romantic behavior is prior to election - particularly if, as in this case, it occurred nearly 30 years ago, and more particularly if the candidate is currently married to the individual. That said, I might well be concerned if a candidate, and more importantly a sitting President, was or had been in such a relationship where blackmail was possible that might compromise the President's decision making. Should I expect a "close but no cigar" comment here? LOL !
  • ...description of SirThomas More. One totted up his personal worth every evening as the sailors starved -- the other (well, you can read...)
  • Obviously, what he did was wrong. However, McCain is still a better pick for the President of the United States.....Obama has aligned himself with questionable associates (does William Ayers ring a bell?) The President must be above reproach with whom he/she associates with. Obama's socialist leanings are cause for alarm. "Sharing the wealth" is just not what America needs; it goes against what Thomas Jefferson said about citizens keeping their own money.

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