But few in the media seem to have picked up on this part of the story: Cindy McCain is chair of Hensley & Co., one of the largest Anheuser-Busch distributors in the nation. If this merger takes place and more American jobs become 'outsourced' overseas, the people that will benefit from the deal will be not only be Senator John McCain and his wife, but also the head of the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, William Franke. [ 1
The idea that it might be seen as just a little odd that Cindy McCain's company is entering into these potentially highly profitable merger negotiations at exactly the same time that Senator John McCain's presidential election campaign is starting to get increased media coverage (now that Senator Hillary Clinton has dropped out of the Democratic primary) is being referred to by some as a Conspiracy Theory.
This may bear some some resemblance to certain positive business fortunes that were experienced after recent events during the present administration that happened as a not-so-mysterious coincidence of Vice President Cheney's ties to Haliburton or President Bush's ties to big oil.
Senator McCain's recent vow that he will, "veto every single beer"
may have had more Freudian undertones than was originally suspected, and may give us a clue as to what is really on his mind at this time.