When Senator John McCain was diagnosed with brain cancer, my first immediate response was, “Oh no!”
Nobody should have to endure the pain, anguish, uncertainty, and in many cases, the finality of cancer. There are more people in my immediate family who have had cancer than there are those who have not.
What the senator did this week, voting against his party, his president and the American people is beyond understanding. I do get it, but understanding the mind that would do such a thing is truly unbelievable.
In my opinion, McCain acted out of spite, not because his decision was right. He voted against the President, in some perverted way perhaps, to get even. It was to stick a finger in the eye of someone he dislikes. He actually may hate his President.