John McCain isn’t doing himself any favors lately.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 2, 2017
But you do answer to someone, John.
Or to voters, it seems. https://t.co/by9KiaiTYf
— Instapundit.com (@instapundit) September 2, 2017
But Congress does answer to the American ppl, and those voters who put you there. A fact many career politicians have conveniently forgotten
— IMANEWCREATION91 (@cwilcott) September 2, 2017
John McCain needed this BRUTAL reminder most of all.
From the Washington Examiner:
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said Congress needs to get its act together and return to regular order, in particular because it is dealing with an “often poorly informed” and “impulsive” President Trump.
“[Our system of government] requires pragmatic problem-solving from even the most passionate partisans,” McCain said in an op-ed for the Washington Post. “It relies on compromise between opposing sides to protect the interests we share. We can fight like hell for our ideas to prevail. But we have to respect each other or at least respect the fact that we need each other.”
Blah blah blah.
Every single day McCain must have a "They wouldn't elect me but they elected HIM?!?!??"moment.
— Tom Reynolds (@Beregond) September 2, 2017
Fair point, McCain probably does have a small case of sour grapes that Trump won … and he lost.
He is one of the reasons we have Trump. If Congress were doing their jobs looking out for the people…
— Robin McWilliams (@Queen0fcups) September 2, 2017
Congress, doing their jobs?