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'Let’s hope that Senator McCain’s words, rather than Mr. Scaramucci’s expletives, echo in Americans’ ears in the days to come' “I’m here to serve the country,” the pooch declared at one particularly laughable moment during his pornographic rant last week to The New Yorker, in which he assaulted his own colleagues, threatening to fire some of them and unleash the F.B.I. on others. Americans glimpsed a rather different idea of public service in the wee hours of Friday when Senator John McCain turned his right thumb down and blocked his party’s attempt at policy making by partisan riot, its farcical scramble to attack the health care system with no vision for how to remake it and went on to call urge his colleagues to 'rely on humility, on our need to cooperate, on our dependence on each other.' He extolled 'the necessity of compromise.'