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Steve Browning Jan 16
I didn't often agree with John McCain, but I sure miss him and the servility he stood for.
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Steve Singer Jan 16
You mean “civility”, don’t you? I can think of many adjectives to describe the late Senator. “Servile” would not be among them.
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P Squared Jan 16
He would have answered his question. Only guilty politicians like call others names to distract from their poor behavior and/or guilt.
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NameNoWithMan Jan 16
Humor wins over stark rudeness in this case...
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colleens@88442909 Jan 16
Senator McCain was an American patriot & gentleman. Sadly, that cannot be said about the majority of republicans today.
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Rick Mazzoli Jan 16
I did not agree with on a lot of things (starting with he's USNA & I'm USMA). But damn, you had to respect him; and I miss his courage & character. That void was not filled
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Nancy Hilliard Jan 16
Oh how I miss class.
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Roberta Janson Jan 16
It sounds hokey, but Sen. McCain was my torch during the dark early days of Trump.
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Gus Pickerill Jan 16
So it’s an Arizona thing?
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Roberta Janson Jan 16
As a Californian I admired his bipartisanship. As an Arizonan I disliked his mining policies. But I felt there was more honesty in the man than anyone else in DC. I've imagined that his Viet Nam experience distilled his values and he had no use for prevarication.
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