Vanceone - Provo, UT says: "Anyone care to remind me of the Democrat who is
willing to reach across the aisle..."I didn't like Bill
Clinton but I always admired how he was willing to reach across the aisle. Maybe
he *had to* because of the make-up of congress, but (I thought) Obama was so
rigidly idealistic that he *wouldn't* compromise, and accomplished little.
@ridalOr maybe it made sense to ask the other senator from Arizona.
Flake probably knows McCain as well as anyone else in the Senate.
McCain was a true statesman, willing to reach across the isle and work in a
bipartisan way to do what he thought was best for the country, not just for his
"party".The partisanship must end. It is tearing the country
apart and everybody knows it -- even and especially the Russians!
Crocodile tears. It's just an act.
Note how the national media has turned McCain into a saint, and the only person
they choose to comment on his death is one of Trump's harshest critics.Coincidence? ....or continual promotion of "the liberal
@ThidThere are things bigger than politics. No matter what a
person's political views, it's just common human decency to not only
realize that but to show respect as well. John McCain was a decent human being
trying to do the best he could for his family and country. Those alone are
reasons to honor the man in his passing.
If John McCains voice and accomplishments were so important explain why the
congress has such low approval numbers?