If anybody really considers that ɠƖobaƖıst shabbos goy rat a "hero," kindly PM me for a very good deal I can get you on a certain historic bridge that spans the East River.
One of the most outrageously shameful ways in which McCain was indeed a "Maverick," but one which the media hagiographies currently making the rounds are conspicuously silent about, is his decades-long campaign to block the release of information on POWs and MIAs in Vietnam and Korea:
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, some may say. But of McCain, I can honestly thing of nothing good to be said. He was an avowed cheerleader for the nєω ωσrℓ∂ σr∂єr (or the "post World War II order," as he was fond of saying in recent years). His evil shilling for more American - and Syrian - and Iranian - blood to be shed in furtherance of the Greater Israel project alone is sufficient to warrant every kind of opprobrium to be heaped upon his iniquitous memory. Good riddance to bad rubbish, I say.