How could voters reject McCain?

John McCain has spent his adult life proving himself worthy and capable of being our president.

His courage, patriotism, honor and leadership were tested over and over again under unimaginable conditions in captivity in North Vietnam.

He has over 25 years of dedicated service to this country.

He would never stay in a church where the minister spews anti-American statements, pal around with a known anti-American terrorist or refuse to put his hand over his heart during the national anthem.

Yet we elect someone who did all of those things and whose patriotism has never been tested.

I admit that Mr. Obama is a great orator. How else could he have persuaded us to vote for him and reject one of the greatest American patriots in history?

Don Heideger


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