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irvingmorrel1

RIP John McCain

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He will Rest In Peace now at least.His legacy though will be a mixed one at least he served his country. 

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One of the Keating Five bites the dust. At least it can be said he made a mark on American politics.

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One of the few US politicians I would have gladly shaken the hand of, regardless of my well-known dislike for US politics.
With everything he's had to put up with over the past several years, I'd say he more than earned his rest. I hope Arlington has a nice plot picked out for him. Here's too ya, ol' timer, have a nice nap!

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Politics aside, Controversy aside, negativity aside, all the toxicity rhetoric aside. RIP to the man, the Veteran John Mc Cain. I m not a politics guy, but a man laid to rest deserve my condolences. RIP Old guy, we'll assume the watch from here.

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36 minutes ago, irvingmorrel1 said:

Senator John McCain has passed away at the age of 81. I may not have agreed with his politics but he was still a navy veteran and a hero.

I also did not agree with his politics, but I did respect the fact he was consistent. When he took a position, he maintained that position and did not flip flop at a whim.

 

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Say what you want about McCain but you will have to admit that the guy had fortitude.  Much lesser traumas than what he endured as a POW in Vietnam have sent servicemen into psychological care for the rest of their lives. I know, because I've worked with many of them both in the military and in civilian life.

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