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originally posted by: roadgravel
I really doubt his passing would be withheld. Given his term of service, he will be honored not hidden.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: IAMTAT
I really do like Meghan McCain...and she is nothing like her dad.
I am not familiar with her at all and so have nothing to base any notions on. I will take yours to heart for the time being until I make my own impressions.
I can imagine that premature notice of death being posted would generate some measure of headaches for the one so subjected.
I know also how hard it is to have a family member in poor health and so am not without a modicum of mercy for that aspect.
I am sorry to say, though, that I would not put something like this past the people whom McCain has sided with during his political career.
a reply to: Bigburgh
Yeah, that was in the OP. I'm looking for an appearance by John.
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