John McCain is a warped, frustrated old man

I’m sure this won’t come as a big surprise. But John McCain is complaining again.

He’s complaining about President Trump not excoriating Vietnam about its human rights record.

And he’s complaining about President Trump wanting to have a working relationship with Russia.

(I guess McCain’s idea of “America First” is arming so-called “rebels” who end up being ISIS.)

It isn’t the cancer that is eating away at John McCain; it’s his own malignant acrimony.

McCain has become a warped, frustrated old man.

And his resentment for the President oozes out of his every pore like a rancid sweat.

You know, most people who are facing their own mortality let go of petty resentments.

Life’s too short to cling to bitter grudges.

But not so for John McCain.

It’s as if his own impending end has super-charged his malicious envy and bitterness to the point where he’s become the caricature of a grumpy, cantankerous old man.

Like the evil Mr. Potter from “It’s a Wonderful Life.”

John McCain

Old McCain is, as Charles Dickens described Ebenezer Scrooge, “a squeezing, wrenching, grasping, clutching, covetous old sinner.”

And that’s no way to be remembered.

I should probably feel pity for him – that he is willing to leave this earth such a bitter, angry old man.

And it certainly is pitiable.

But sadly, John McCain has made himself so horrid and revolting, I just can’t muster up the energy to feel anything but disdain.

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5 thoughts on “John McCain is a warped, frustrated old man

  • November 12, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    He’s mad that he’ll never be President. He’s a cantankerous, fake war hero who should be the last person to talk about human rights. He’s a murderer and a war monger who enjoys death and destruction.

  • November 12, 2017 at 5:22 pm

    I will remember him for why he hates Ronnie. Keating 5! Ronnie wanted John in jail for helping Chuck steal what in 2017 would be $billions. Fortunately the senate had a progressive leader named Bob Dole. None of the Keating 5 got any punishment. All could have stayed – as The Manchurian candidate clearly did -in Congress. My crook – a former sprinter from the Farm – was too shamed to run again. John has no conscience; hence no shame. My gangster’s name was Alan. To his credit he was still running 9.8 100s at 45!

    Had someone wanted me in jail I would hate him with a white hot hate. As Johnny does Ronnie.

  • November 12, 2017 at 9:39 pm

    ” As Johnny does Ronnie.”

    As Johnny does Donny as well

  • November 12, 2017 at 10:34 pm

    Not for very much longer.

  • November 13, 2017 at 8:02 am

    McCain is hanging on to his resentments because they are all he has. He has used up all the good will he had with the American people and he has betrayed so many fellow party members by siding with the left that no one really trusts him. He has used his friends in the press to the point where he is irrelevant.

    He sees the end of the road and realizes that once he is gone, no one will remember him. For a man whose ego has been his driving factor this is unacceptable. So McCain is doing anything he can to try to make a mark before he goes. As a result he will take any stance that could possibly put him in the forefront one last time.

    When we recall the people who have passed during our lives, we consider how they impacted our lives. The ones who were the most positive leave a lasting impression. The ones who took more than they gave fade away to obscurity. McCain has been taking the headlines by screwing his fellow party members as well as the citizens of the United States by taking positions on issues solely to bolster his ego and his visibility.

    Senator McCain. Please have the smallest shred of decency and accept your fate and fade away.

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