The McCain Relocation
"...the largest forced relocation of U.S. citizens since the relocation of Japanese-Americans during World War II. I feel that in relocating these elderly people, we are as bad as the Nazis that ran the concentration camps in World War II."
-Roger Lewis, federally appointed Relocation Commissioner upon resignation.
Many people do not know that a political walnut shuffle game went on for years to confuse people and make it difficult to tell what was really going on, and what was causing a huge amount of grief and hardship for Navajo and Hopi people in Arizona – not in the nineteenth century, but recently.
A key player behind it was John McCain, working to take land from Native Americans for large scale corporate entities that have supported the Arizona politician, all the while portraying himself as a friend to the tribes.
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Had this come out during his campaign and there was no logical explanation, I think it would have been a career ender. Now??? It is up to the people of AZ to decide if they want him as their Senator. Otherwise, McCain-Palin on a National Level are 'has-beens'... Not sure why "what ifs" of a previous candidate matter, today in 2010 when Barack Obama and his liberal cronies are over spending, over promising, and under delivering........ jmo
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