John McCain – When Lovers Part
Early in Senator John McCain’s first run for the White House eight years ago, a female lobbyist had been turning up with him at fund-raisers, visiting his offices and accompanying him on a client’s corporate jet. The New York Times doesn’t actually say anything was going on, but waited eight years to imply as much on page one in hope that the public’s imagination would take it from there. Is the New York Times engaging in smear politics or journalism? Since the NYT no longer does journalism, we can make a good guess.
Most of John McCain’s career has consisted of what can only be termed, dancing with the devil. He brags constantly about being able to cross the aisle to make friends in order to get things done for the American people. In reality, all he has accomplished is compromise his principles for the sake of being popular. For this, it appears that the devil has finally come to collect in the form of the New York Times.
Now that McCain has tasted betrayal, it’s possible he will walk away a much wiser man. He has witnessed the same New York Times that endorsed his candidacy a few short months ago stab a knife of treachery deep into his back. He must realize that he is not the maverick often touted by the now tabloid rag, but was only played the fool in a much more treasonous scheme.
John McCain, 71, and the lobbyist, Vicki Iseman, 40, both say they never had a romantic relationship.