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Fair well Sir Senate John Mccain you will always be in our hearts

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Today when i received the sad news about our loss as American people and the global communities , about the passing of Sir Senate John Mccain i lost taste in my food, air which i breath felt like it was poluted the water i had i was bitter i cried in my corner alone because i knew the global community of global defence force lost a hero a man who survived everything u can imagine Rest in Peace Sir Senate John Mccain 1936-2018. Since Sir Senate Mccain had potetial to be the next President its means since we lost our corner stone Presdent Trump will be President again for second term as we look for the best of the best to lead the United States of America after President Trump serves

Discussion 8 Comments

  • Dion Falange 26th Aug 2018

    This will be a sad week for the American people and the global communities already its a sad day I wonder how will my birthday be this year, Sir Senate John Mccain I learned a lot from him when its comes to homeland security

    • Adam Gilbert 6th Oct 2018

      I don't think iops should be posting such a glowing tribute to someone who was a defender of wars in Vietnam, Central America, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc. Maybe I don't understand iops well enough.

  • Adam Gilbert 6th Oct 2018

    I don't think iops should be posting such a glowing tribute to someone who was a defender of wars in Vietnam, Central America, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, etc. Maybe I don't understand iops well enough.

    • Steven Hobbs 7th Oct 2018

      If IOPS is participatory censoring unattractive, stupid and inflammatory views would undermine that purpose. I would wager you missed a few countries. For example, Panama & Grenada, to say nothing of his fomenting undeclared proxy wars, e.g., Iran, Ukraine. He was a disgusting human being in my book, albeit one with noble motives in his own head.

    • Adam Gilbert 8th Oct 2018

      Oh! That's what the p is for. Participatory. Well, maybe I don't belong here. I think there should be some kind of anti-imperialism thing. I'm not calling for censorship, but shouldn't more people be concerned at glowing comments about a guy like McCain?

  • Steven Hobbs 8th Oct 2018

    Yes, not to talk shit about the dead, anyway. Is this IOPS inherited from Z? You know, the guys would look the other way as Bldg.7 explanation by NIST was punked by a high school teacher? I may not be long for this 'participation'.

  • Irie Zen 9th Oct 2018

    I was amused. I like content I don't like. NEXT 1.

  • Lambert Meertens 11th Oct 2018

    No one is censoring anybody or anything, but you should be able to say here freely that you vehemently disagree with what someone else has said (or even with what you said yourself). Preferably, explain then why you disagree.

    I expect that most IOPS members have a low opinion of McCain’s political positions, both domestically and concerning foreign policy. He fought against legislation to create a federal Martin Luther King Day and against a federal minimum wage. He was a proponent of the death penalty and mandatory sentencing. Few senators were such consummate war hawks.