The revelations about him are chilling, the way he used the names and reputations of his father and grandfather to be accepted into the Naval Academy, to avoid expulsion, to remain in the navy, to gain choice postings, and to avoid being kicked out of the navy.
Much has been said about McCain's heroic service in Vietnam; but this piece says that much of what came from McCain's mouth is untrue or misleading.
We see how he mistreated his first wife, how he cheated on her, how he used filthy, demeaning, sexist language with his next wife and how McCain's hero, Ronald Reagan, looked on him with suspicion because of his character faults.
Much of this has been aired publicly before, of course but, put together this way, in a total package and at this time and without holding back, does a true public service.
Rolling Stone says John McCain is a "Make-Believe Maverick."