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Senator John McCain’s speech was a beautiful myth

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., returned to Washington D.C. and made a speech on health care after being diagnosed with an aggressive type of brain cancer Wednesday, July 26, 2017. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

I’m expected to praise Senator John McCain and the speech he made on health care recently, but I just can’t do it. I can praise the inspirational aspect of it, but I see it as a beautiful fable.

McCain has a net worth of $21 million. For serving in the Senate. Yes, he’s privileged.

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He said that both sides can’t get together to fix health care. But why do the R’s and D’s get together to agree to spy on Americans? Why can they all get together and agree to pass the debt ceiling? Why does spending and growth of government always go up; government never gets smaller?

He’s speaking in fables. It’s a Senate that doesn’t really exist. Does McCain care about the American people as much as he cares about the august body he serves?

He lives in a town where the people who created Obamacare went on to earn millions of dollars to teach people how to get around Obamacare. The money whoring occurs all around Washington D.C.

And why is a Senator worth $21 million dollars?

Big companies are what controls what happens in D.C. But McCain is speaking from a big bubble of a beautiful fable. The challenge of living in D.C. is that you stop smelling the stink. McCain doesn’t even see or smell it.

As always, please listen to the full audio clip for complete context.

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