Opinion: Is a U.S. Senate run the best way to honor John McCain’s legacy? Grant Woods explains why his answer isn’t as easy as you’d think. (Editor’s note:Opinion pieces are published for discussions purposes only.)
By Grant Woods | Arizona Republic
It was only three weeks ago that we walked behind the caisson down a winding road at the Naval Academy and laid our dear friend Sen. John McCain to rest. It was beautiful, sad and inspirational.
The culmination of days of ceremony and tributes unique in our lifetime left us to wonder what we should do now.
Duty. Honor. Country. If you knew John McCain, you knew that these were not just words to him. They were the founding principles upon which he lived his life.
The celebration of his life and the giant hole left by his death has caused me to re-evaluate my own life.