A Vietnam War POW, who served in the house and the senate, and a two-time presidential contender, McCain was the maverick. He was not afraid to stand up for what he believed in–even when political expediency suggested otherwise. Knowing he was losing his fight with an aggressive form of brain cancer, McCain crafted a final message to the American people:
King and McCain were of vastly different backgrounds, experiences, and approaches, yet their messages are similar: We must overcome bitterness and hatred to come together and achieve our true potential, and we must not be deterred by those who put obstacles in our way.
RIP, John McCain. Free at last; free at last.
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