Few, if any, have compared Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) to Frank Sinatra. Now is the time to do so.
McCain, who in November won a tough reelection to grasp his sixth term as a U.S. senator, finds himself at a moment in political history where the quiet, somewhat downward arc of his recent career now is being introduced to a new opportunity.
It is for McCain the moment to change what seemed to be a course toward a last hurrah into the next hurrah.
And he can look to Frank Sinatra as a template.
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