Yes, indeed … ‘When John McCain was asked, in an interview with Jake Tapper last September, how he would like to be remembered, he responded:
“He served his country. And not always right, made a lot of mistakes, made a lot of errors. But served his country. And I hope, could add, honorably.”
I was writing an email to a friend last night when a ‘breaking news’ update flashed across my screen: Senator John McCain had died. Just two days prior, the Senator had announced that he had discontinued his treatment, and I knew then that it was a matter of days, but still, the news stunned me.
Many others by now have written posts dedicated to McCain, and anything I will say has almost certainly already been said by others who said it at least as well as I can. For that reason, I debated about writing this post, but I felt I had to. While I may not have agreed with much of his ideology, many of the views he supported, never once did I question his honour or integrity. I always believed that whatever his view, he believed that what he proposed and supported was for the good of the…
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