Jews have much to learn from the late Senator John McCain
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From his coffin, the war hero dealt the draft dodger a blow he will not forget, but it will not undo the culture of self-worship that Western civilization has come to salute, and Trump represents.
At a Capitol Rotunda ceremony, Republicans and Democrats called a temporary political truce to honor McCain.
“We weaken it when we hide behind walls, rather than tear them down,” McCain said.
McCain was a consistently staunch supporter of Israel.
Schumer and McCain were both members of the Senate’s bipartisan Gang of Eight, which sought in vain to reach agreement on a comprehensive immigration bill.
Obama once quipped that McCain never met a war he did not like.
"Senator McCain stood with Israel – because throughout his life he stood up for America’s allies and our shared democratic values.”