John McCain Excludes Sarah Palin From His FuneralChris Menahan
Aug. 30, 2018
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John McCain is a petty, petty man.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, who was Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)’s running mate in the 2008 presidential election, has been excluded from his funeral.So much for all that nonsense he wrote in his farewell letter about "tearing down walls," avoiding "rivalries" and how much we as Americans have in "common"! He walled Sarah Palin out of his own funeral!
Palin never feuded with McCain and never criticized him.Petty McCain blamed Palin for his horrible loss in 2008 which was due entirely to his own being a terrible candidate.
Last year, when McCain was reported to have said that he regretted choosing Palin instead of Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-VT), Palin described the news as a “gut punch” but refused to blame McCain personally, telling the UK Daily Mail that she blamed his “ghostwriters” for such reports.Indeed, Lieberman really would have fired up the base!
Many in the Beltway blamed Palin for McCain’s loss in 2008 — even though Barack Obama had benefited from a sudden financial crisis and a biased press corps. That view seemed to have seeped into McCain’s own thinking.Imagine if John McCain actually stood up and fought back against the media in 2008 the same way Trump fought like hell in 2016 instead of rolling over like a dog.
Instead, he cracked in the hope of getting better treatment from the media -- which is coincidentally exactly what other POWs say he did with his captors in Vietnam.
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