I think McCain's personal story is, perhaps, more persuasive than his family story. His father was an Admiral -- that's different than saying your dad worked in a coal mine. While this is a tremendous legacy to be proud of -- and while Sen. McCain obviously served admirably in his own right -- hearing about his successful military family isn't necessarily endearing, and ironically, might sound a bit elitist to some voters. Will voters think: "It ain't me, it ain't me, I ain't no fortunate one"?
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