How will John McCain be remembered in 200 years?

Mudassir Ali
Feb 26, 2020 01:20 PM 0 Answers
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Mudassir Ali
- Feb 26, 2020 01:21 PM

No disrespect is ment here. In 200 years the amarican population wont be talking about McCain, for the most part, most people would not have even heard of him. In the year 2220 there will be about 8 generations passed. Leaving his his like 9 great grand kid to one day find out they had an ancestor who was a POW, came home won a congressional seat ran for President, lost to the first black President,( if that is even noticed in history in that point), he also had a warship named after him, and he was a saber ratteler.

That would be about the extent of the conversation on McCain in 200 years.

Consider this how many congressmen can you name from the top of your head from 1820. Do you know whatbills they supported? Did they stair down the president in shouting matches? Do you care? who won the got 2nd place in the presidential election after the war of 1812? Hell who won the President after 1812? Im sure some history geeks will know, or find post 911 terrorism wars interesting, and know some thing about him.

I do know i have studyed what the American Army and Navy feed the officers and enlisted men. I can tell you in detail about what they ate, and how it was prepared. Even prep it for you.

All in all McCains life was a speed bump in the 20th century. In the 22nd century he will be virtually unknown by any one whos not interested in history or his family. That being said. He will be known in an order of magnitude more then my self or most people who are alive today.

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