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Sen. John McCain Will Not Seek Re-Election

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UPDATED 7:35 AM PT — Tues. May 1, 2018

Arizona Senator John McCain announces he will not be seeking reelection.

Apple News released an excerpt Monday, citing a passage from the 81-year-old’s lawmaker’s upcoming memoir.

In his statement, McCain calls on Democrats and Republicans to be good neighbors and to show up to the polls.

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That's very good news. 

 

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1 hour ago, Pouty Puppy said:

Sen. John McCain Will Not Seek Re-Election

mccain.jpg

OAN Newsroom
UPDATED 7:35 AM PT — Tues. May 1, 2018

Arizona Senator John McCain announces he will not be seeking reelection.

Apple News released an excerpt Monday, citing a passage from the 81-year-old’s lawmaker’s upcoming memoir.

In his statement, McCain calls on Democrats and Republicans to be good neighbors and to show up to the polls.

Complete OAN Article

 

That's very good news. 

 

He is dying

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Posted (edited)

And of course the president knows he is no hero.

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1 hour ago, Bull of the Woods said:

He is dying

Yep, same as the rest of us.......

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22 minutes ago, Bull of the Woods said:

And of course the president knows he is no hero.

And your definition of hero is?........

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15 minutes ago, Civilwarbuff said:

Yep, same as the rest of us.......

He is in the last stages of the brain tumor's work. I don't know you. I don't speak that nonchalantly of someone in the active phase of meeting death.

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I didn't think another run a physical possibility for the Senator.

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9 hours ago, Civilwarbuff said:

And your definition of hero is?........

He was considered to be one for his military service but I would not consider him to be one in the political arena, just the opposite...

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3 minutes ago, Uncle Siggy said:

He was considered to be one for his military service but I would not consider him to be one in the political arena, just the opposite...

A political life almost always results in a person being considered ok by a bunch of people and terrible by another bunch of people. 

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14 minutes ago, Bull of the Woods said:

A political life almost always results in a person being considered ok by a bunch of people and terrible by another bunch of people. 

 

It's really hard to imagine that a person can be a hero in the military arena and be such a coward in the political one? It's also had to imagine how anybody could support him politically???

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2 minutes ago, Uncle Siggy said:

 

It's really hard to imagine that a person can be a hero in the military arena and be such a coward in the political one? It's also had to imagine how anybody could support him politically???

You think everyone considers him a political coward? 

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10 hours ago, Bull of the Woods said:

He is in the last stages of the brain tumor's work. I don't know you. I don't speak that nonchalantly of someone in the active phase of meeting death.

We are all meeting death we just don't know when but it is reasonable to assume that an 81 yo is much closer to it than a younger person.  It is not nonchalance it is simple fact.....

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Dying is the natural end of life on earth. Dying or being dead does not change the spots of the leopard. Lighting both ends of a candle shows  the lack of character of ANY one .

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2 hours ago, Bull of the Woods said:

You think everyone considers him a political coward? 

I thought you voted for him???

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13 minutes ago, Bull of the Woods said:

McCain? I did when he ran against Obama

By today's standards that made you a racist .  Crazy huh? 

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8 minutes ago, Becky said:

By today's standards that made you a racist .  Crazy huh? 

No it didn't. Probably a very few might say that. Since I have never voted for a democrat I wasn't changing horses.

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The lot of the media said that at the time.. 

 

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1 minute ago, Becky said:

The lot of the media said that at the time.. 

 

I imagine they said some people did not vote for Obama for that reason. Which I am sure is true.

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The media was building division . Divide and conquer . I personally know no one who voted for racist reason, either side.. My circle of friends is small. 

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2 minutes ago, Becky said:

The media was building division . Divide and conquer . I personally know no one who voted for racist reason, either side.. My circle of friends is small. 

And of course people voting for racist reasons always announce that.

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35 minutes ago, Bull of the Woods said:

And of course people voting for racist reasons always announce that.

And people (especially whites) that did not vote for him are immediately suspected, and even accused, of being racist.  Of course there were few people who voted for him simply because he WAS black, right?

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59 minutes ago, Civilwarbuff said:

And people (especially whites) that did not vote for him are immediately suspected, and even accused, of being racist.  Of course there were few people who voted for him simply because he WAS black, right?

Absolutely right. I spoke with a few in fact who said that very thing when they cast their vote for his second term. 

 

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14 minutes ago, Pouty Puppy said:

Absolutely right. I spoke with a few in fact who said that very thing when they cast their vote for his second term. 

 

Funny. I actually don't recall telling anyone how I voted in person. And my integrity among my friends is such they would not suspect racist motivations if I had talked about it.

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