Not only were staffers not invited to Mc Cains funeral, neither was his presidential running mate, Sarah Palin. In the recent documentary, Mc Cain regrets picking Palin, an unknown at the time. Palin went on to fame in her own right. There were rumors that at some point in the campaign that she became unruly, untenable. It is also widely known that the people came out in droves when she stumped. She became more famous than Mc Cain and he did not like that. Mc Cain went at it with Palin, he did not like being shown up, after all, it was his to win or lose.
The fact that Mc Cain ran a bad campaign, that he choose someone who he nor anyone else could control was his fault, no one else. It was his decision to pick his VP and he picked Palin. He thought about Liberman, which goes back to an earlier blog, Mc Cain was a liberal inside a Republicans cloths. But back to Palin. For her not to be invited to Mc Cains funeral because of his bad decision is classless. It harms her, embarrassed by the no invite, his running mate. She was asked to be VP and she did the best she knew how. Unfamiliar with Washington, she was lost in the process, or maybe she just didn’t have the talent to begin with. In death is supposed to be a time of forgiveness. I guess not with the Mc Cains.