McCain Senate Office Building appears on Google maps

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      1. I realize that, I was thinking perhaps a decent Democrat, would beat them to the punch, and the way Joe Biden spoke, if he ran and got in in November 1920 then he might;

        I think that’ll be the last one I might get to witness 😀

      2. I was so disappointed that he didn’t run last time. But he’d not yet recovered from the loss of his son. Crossing my fingers that he’ll run next time.

    1. Seems like a logical step. On the other hand, I’m thinking the senator deserves something more. Like a carrier, as mentioned above. Could be some years before we see another one, however.

  1. A monument on government property is, I submit, different from a monument on private property, say, a museum, cemetery or by an office complex. If it’s government, then it’s there because it is sanctioned on behalf of the government’s subjects, implying approval. That said, I think government naming should always have a mandatory cooling-off period, say several years at least. When I reported to my first shore duty I worked at Cape Kennedy. Ten years later its name was returned to the historically meaningful “Cape Canaveral.”

    1. I’ve no doubt we’ll see a cooling off period in this case, if only for lack of agreement in a very polarized Washington. I just hope something appropriate does eventually get done.

... and that's my two cents