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So, no special election (Original Post) MichMary Aug 2018 OP
He ain't dead yet! fleur-de-lisa Aug 2018 #1
Barring tRump's resignation, MichMary Aug 2018 #2
Usually when you end treatment, you have only days or weeks left marylandblue Aug 2018 #4
McCain would be a yes vote on Kavanaugh. nt NCTraveler Aug 2018 #3
McCain saved the ACA MichMary Aug 2018 #5
No, he didn't. NCTraveler Aug 2018 #6
The news of McCain sounds dismal. Whe his time comes, I hope his passing is gentle. Totally Tunsie Aug 2018 #7


(14,612 posts)
1. He ain't dead yet!
Fri Aug 24, 2018, 10:36 AM
Aug 2018

McCain has shown what a fighter he is. I wouldn't put it past him to hold onto life until the traitor is out.


(1,714 posts)
2. Barring tRump's resignation,
Fri Aug 24, 2018, 10:39 AM
Aug 2018

I doubt that will happen. My experience lately is that by the time hospice is called in the person has only a matter of days or, at most, a couple of weeks left to live.

Impeachment, on the other hand, will take months.


(1,714 posts)
5. McCain saved the ACA
Fri Aug 24, 2018, 10:45 AM
Aug 2018

Besides, since Sen. McCain wouldn't be available to vote to confirm (or not,) Kavanaugh, there would be a much better chance to deny him confirmation.



(30,481 posts)
6. No, he didn't.
Fri Aug 24, 2018, 10:46 AM
Aug 2018

He also voted against the ACA. Not sure what that would have to do with Kav anyway. McCain even voted against a re authorization of SCHIP. There is no whitewashing this guys voting history.

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