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Faith of My Fathers: A Family Memoir

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5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

Go Johnny Go!

While John might not be the greatest speaker of all time, he among America's best prepared to lead as President. This book shows just how prepared he is due to his previous life experience. One that shows the quality of the man and the valor of his service.

posted by Anonymous on September 5, 2008

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1 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

I wouldn't want him as my copilot

Not a bad book. I guess I enjoyed McCain's recalling of his years at the Naval Academy most of all. But is he a hero? That depends on who you ask. Since I was shot down twice in Vietnam in 1969, I did have some respect for McCain. But after the way he has sucked up to G...
Not a bad book. I guess I enjoyed McCain's recalling of his years at the Naval Academy most of all. But is he a hero? That depends on who you ask. Since I was shot down twice in Vietnam in 1969, I did have some respect for McCain. But after the way he has sucked up to George W. Bush and Jerry Falwell--two men who projected him and his family as garbage during the 2004 primaries--makes me wonder if he was captured or just gave himself up if he tried to escape or just laid there. My heroes are the pilots who avoided being shot down, the ones who escaped capture after being shot down, and the ones who, after being captured, either escaped or was shot in the process of trying to escape. Oh well, since people are still calling Pete Rose and O.J. Simpson heroes, it's a pretty ambiguous term anyway. You best put Rush Limbaugh on your suck up list, John. Remember, you said a lot of nasty things about him and called him a clown. I'm Bob Miller, a registered Republican.

posted by Anonymous on January 1, 2007

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