Sad Admission: John McCain the last genuinely human, though flawed, member of the GOP (amazing video)

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VT: If you watch this and don’t feel like crying, I feel sorry for you.  You can cry.

Cry for your children, cry for America, cry for yourself. With so much suffering, food lines miles long, 67 million American families thrust into poverty, armed Brown Shirt thugs threatening officials to back a Trump coup…

and our police standing at their sides…

along with the DOJ and a sea of billionaires, big corporations and foreign intelligence services, Russia, Turkey, Israel, Saudi Arabia and that’s just a start…

Kicking America when she is down…not yet out.

Yes, cry but also remember.

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  1. McCain was imprisoned and tortured and if you have ever suffered a breakdown of any type you cannot really be judged too harshly for flaws caused by mis-aligned views of reality. However in Newspunch there is a photo of him straightening the uniform of an anti-Assad terrorist. This was a serious mistake from a spiritual perspective to be involved in the Wall st take-down of Syria and its people. Assad is very special and brave and faces death on a daily basis from the anglo-zionists. Mccain will have his chance to make amends in another lifetime.

  2. It is somewhat uplifting to see that during the heat of the 2008 election, McCain had decided to take the high road about Obama.

    This is an aside: I was in Arizona with McCain as my senator in the late 1980s. The regular citizens who met with him in public meetings sometimes found him responsive to their thoughts. Other times, the citizens found him to be mercurial in temperament. They said it was difficult to predict what you were going to be met with during meetings.

    • I’ve found that to be generally the situation for most politicians once they are in.
      Sometimes the crowd has influence also, such as when they are angry, or ask a lot of dumb questions which is not helpful.
      Good leaders, seek input and dialogue, and war would be a very serious matter. Unfortunately , war has become a thing many support despite the people clearly not agreeing.
      That to me is McCains legacy, along with many others. Daschle and Leahy received anthrax letters,….if they had died, republicans would have had a majority senate.