“Let no man write my epitaph,” warns the movie from 1960 (starring Burl Ives). And now, almost immediately after Ersjdamoo’s Blog wrote the epitaph for Senator John McCain, the feisty Arizonan has risen from the dead!
Reuters reports that Senator John McCain will make a return to the U.S. capitol today from his Arizona deathbed. He is riled up about the vote to supplant the 2010 Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. 
Also riled up is President Donald Trump, who seems to share the same temperamental disposition as McCain. In the past 24 hours, Trump, via Twitter, has “hit the ceiling” about “news” coverage from The Washington Post:
- “So many stories about me in the @washingtonpost are Fake News.”
- “The Amazon Washington Post fabricated the facts on my ending massive, dangerous, and wasteful payments to Syrian rebels fighting Assad…..”
- “Is Fake News Washington Post being used as a lobbyist weapon against Congress…”
The Kindle Fire tablet, an Amazon device, prominently urges users to subscribe to The Washington Post. Both Amazon and the Post are owned by Jeff Bezos. Lately the Kindle Fire is selling digital Post subscriptions for an introductory $1 per month! Contrast that with digital Washington Times subscriptions offered at about $10 per month, and you will see one way the Washington Post is being propped up.
Another way The Washington Post is being propped up is courtesy of Hollywood, USA, now filming a movie tentatively titled “The Post.” Return with us to the glory years of the 1970s, when the Post supposedly had a lot to do with the so-called “Pentagon Papers”. (Really they were the CIA Papers and The New York Times had more to do with them.)
Remember, nostalgia buffs, those good (bad) old days of the 1970s (before Internet) when the press had a suzerain monopoly? Remember the overwhelming control over peoples’ minds? Maybe Washington Post also can rise from the dead! Then we will be in Hallelujah Land and Hillary Clinton shall guide us!
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 “McCain to return for pivotal Senate vote on healthcare”, by James Oliphant. Reuters, July 25, 2017, 12:04 AM