This is Cindy and John McCain in 1982, two years after their marriage. McCain is in the center:
(Arizona Republic photo by Ken Akers / November 2, 1982)
This is James Hensley, Cindy McCain's father:This is also James Hensley
He was a young husband and father before he went off to war. Wounded in combat, he returned home a hero, but stunned his wife by divorcing her to marry another woman. The warrior in this case was not Cindy McCain’s husband, but her father, James W. Hensley.
I've heard of marrying a man like one's father, but this is ridiculous bordering on creepy.
For more entertainment, enjoy this article from 2000
about how James Hensley made the money that bankrolled John McCain's political career, and how he continues to benefit from said career today. Read the entire article, especially the closing note: that Anheuser-Bush is paying for the four scheduled presidential debates this fall. Yes, THAT Anheuser-Busch, 20 million cases of whose marquee brand, Budweiser, are sold by James Hensley's company every year.
Labels: Cindy McCain, conflict of interest, corruption, John McCain