Monday, October 29, 2007

McCain Is For Those Who Serve

"For my part, I would simply affirm that the sacrifices borne by veterans deserve to be memorialized in something more lasting than marble or bronze or in the fleeting effect of a politician's speech. Your valor and your devotion to duty have earned your country's abiding concern for your well being. I am, I assure you, committed to honoring that debt."

John McCain, Remarks to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, 3/7/95

Only one candidate seems to make sense, because that candidate speaks in plain English. John McCain talks to the issues important to American Voters. As an American who understands service, John McCain speaks from the heart on issues important to voters.

Click on my post title for john McCain's views on Veterans issues.

For ALL Veterans and Public Service Employees

Plan to attend the


11 AM - Friday, November 9th

Leo High School
7901 S. Sangamon Street
Chicago, IL 60620

Contact - Pat Hickey at (773) 224-9600 extension # 16

Call to Order
Raising of the Colors
Wreath Laying
Remarks by Leo High School Seniors; Rochele Crump - Veterans Affairs for DCFS; Rich Furlong Leo Alumni Association & others
21 Gun Salute
Reception in Leo Cafeteria

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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As demonstrates, a good government is a transparent one.

Nationally, ethical lapses persist - (with no waiting. This is very helpful during elections years.)

Numerous confidential proceedings governing judicial conduct of a public servant, was the impetus for
which demonstrates through transparency, the power of government is with its people, while reminding citizens of judges are above the law:

"Mitchell vs. McBride 944F.2D 229 "A judge will not be deprived of immunity because the action he took was in error, was done maliciously, or was in excess of his authority; rather he will be subject to liability only when he has acted in the clear absence of all jurisdiction.' The rule of judicial immunity applies even where the judge is accused of acting maliciously or corruptly…Sariello vs. Campbell 860 F. Supp. 54"

The judges featured below demonstrate the need for judicial accountability.

No Prison for 5'1" convicted child molester

Judge Christine Cecava, who served as past president of the Nebraska Judges Association and on the 'Task Force' to protect children.

Former Judge Robert Kline

Judge Wiatt

We have to thank Americans for caring enough to make our own government transparent; because our senators busy with the war, or not, are not holding judges accountable.

So we're all trying in our own way, to repair America.