Senator John McCain of Arizona talks of Iran Crisis and Neda

Senator John McCain of Arizona gave a speech today in front of the senate summing up the situation in Iran. Senator McCain called the death of Neda a defining moment.

“Today, I and all America pays tribute to a brave young woman who was trying to exercise her fundamental human rights and was killed in the streets of Tehran. All American’s are with her. Our thoughts and our prays are with her.

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6 responses to “Senator John McCain of Arizona talks of Iran Crisis and Neda

  1. John McCain is a war-monger. I loathe the man. Fortunately, he’s not our president.

    • You loathe a man who nearly lost his life in the service of your country? That’s a shame. Really a shame. I don’t even affiliate myself with his political party, I don’t agree with many of his policies, but that man deserves your respect and support. How dare you? But I guess it’s fine if you’re just going to stop at words. He fought for your freedom so you don’t have to. You take your freedom for granted and insult a great man and leader. It’s the same freedom that the Iranians are dying for right now. So just sit and watch people die on television. Then go ahead and insult the men who want to help them. Awesome. Let’s hope there aren’t too many more Americans like you.

  2. John McCain is a war hero. If he was president, he would actually be helping the protesters in Iran rather than being like Obama who’s too afraid to say anything in order to appease the dictators.

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