Wow. Have you seen some of the things John McCain has been saying now that he’s standing at death’s door?
Talk about bitter.
He’s taking names and kicking ass.
Apparently John McCain has penned his own version of “What Happened.” And in it, he blames Sarah Palin for his humiliating defeat in 2008.
Really? I can’t tell you the number of people (myself included) who went to the polls and voted for McCain because of Sarah Palin. Quite a few if I recall.
But McCain wishes he selected Joe Lieberman – Al Gore’s running mate.
Yeah, that would have put him in the White House for sure.
In addition to putting the blame of his loss on Palin, Old Ebenezer McCain has also seen to it that President Trump not get invited to his funeral.
But don’t worry. His pal Barack Obama will be there to deliver a eulogy.
The guy can’t even keep politics out of his death.
Now, I know why old Ebenezer is doing this.
McCain wants the media to remember him fondly. As I wrote in September of last year:
McCain is also looking for validation and praise from the mainstream news media.
To be fair, he’s always been looking for that.
But now that he’s not long for this world, it’s become even more important to him.
After all, they’re the ones who will be writing his obituaries.
And McCain knows the best way to secure fawning, praiseworthy tributes is to side with the progressive Left.
Like I said before, John McCain has always been shameless suck-up and vindictive creep.
His arrogance and condescension are breathtaking.
And the Herculean grip with which he clings to grudges is remarkable.
I guess it’s too much to ask of him to show a little grace as he sheds this mortal coil.
It’s as if McCain is using his death as a final chance to lash out at everybody who was ever mean to him.
But of course, in order for him to succeed, McCain would have to stick around for a few years just to fit everybody in.
To tell you the truth, I find this incredibly sad and pathetic.
McCain is such a bitter old man even when faced with his own mortality.
And whether you like McCain or not (and put me in the “or not” column), that is very sad to see.
When my best friend was dying of lymphoma, she was filled with so much joy and peace – and love, so much love. Sure, she was sad to have to say goodbye to everyone. But what emanated from her was peace and love.
I will forever have that memory of sitting with her that last time – talking, laughing, crying. And as agonizing as it was losing her that way, I cherish the memory every day.
How terribly sad for John McCain that he wants to spend his last weeks on earth rehashing old grudges and even planning future insults.
John McCain has frequently abused the notion of “honor” as a shield for what is really narcissism, pettiness, and bitterness.
Unfortunately, he has chosen to go out that way.
Sad but not surprising.
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It makes me think of how Ebenezer Scrooge is described – a “squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner.”
To go out with such bile and anger clogging up his heart – well, that is just no way to go.
Hat tip Breitbart
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