The Senate’s reverent response to Senator McCain’s return, ostensibly to cast his vote on the latest iteration of this forums attempt to keep its promise to the electorate (which I expect McCain will ultimately oppose), is puzzling.
How, with absolutely no legislative success of worthy mention, with no single (original) policy missive of merit and a history of ceremonial contradiction like no other, has this Senator managed to amass a standing commanding such regard?
I find these types of laudatory simulations deeply disingenuous, after all, let us not forget that there are thousands of Americans who suffer from either life-threatening or terminal illnesses without the recognition and/or resources of the elected-elite. And whose lives measure profound and lasting contributions, occurring in silence and without the recognition, given this Pagan Legate or his government kin awarded a named freeway, building, bridge or airport.
These fantasy-practices serve only to reinforce the publics contempt for a process that elevates its stature above that of the People it is bound to serve.
Curtis C. Greco, Founder