Here’s a great quote:
“Everything that [McCain] says about the president is colored by his own personal dispute he’s got running with President Trump and it should be taken with a grain of salt, because John McCain’s the guy that’s advocated for war everywhere. He would bankrupt the nation.”
“And actually, we’re very lucky John McCain’s not in charge because I think we would be in perpetual war,”
He’s right of course. John McCain is a crazed psychopath who never met a war he didn’t want to immediately involve the United States in militarily. To him there is always a good guy and bad guy in every foreign dispute and the USA has to recklessly charge in and help the good guy. If hundreds of thousands or millions of people get killed along the way? No biggie. “We” meant well and that’s all that matters. And of course any foreigner who survives a US war of aggression is welcome to move to the United States at taxpayer expense. And US troops can never leave these foreign lands and the wars can never officially end. “We” must occupy the conquered country permanently.
The people of Arizona, and indeed all Americans, should be ashamed that a man like this sits in the US Senate. (Although to be honest a lot of horrible people have “served” and continue to “serve” in Congress.)
I am also glad to see that Ron Paul’s son is opposing any position in the Trump Administration for the neocon John Bolton:
“I think John Bolton would be much closer to McCain than Trump and I think that his history of sort of acting on his own, my fear is that secret wars would be developing around the globe. So no, I think he would be a bad choice,”