It's a little late now, but we're still enjoying the delightful spitfire that is Roberta McCain, Senator John McCain's 96-year-old mother who first won fame for buying a car in France after she was told she was too old to rent.
She's the First Granny we'll never know, but we can applaud her singular style and no-nonsense attitude anyway.
In what is quite possibly the best interview ever, C-Span sat down with Roberta during the campaign. In it, she said that she couldn't recall what "Johnny" was like as a boy, but revealed that she and her husband eloped...in Tijuana.
Arriving for a town hall meeting in Virginia.
At a rally in Pennsylvania.
On July 14, Lt. John S. McCain III, left, and his parents, Rear Admiral John S. McCain Jr. and Roberta Wright McCain take part in the ceremony to commission McCain Field, the U.S. Navy training base in Meridian, Miss., named in honor of Admiral John S. McCain, in photo at top, respectively grandfather and father to the two McCains.
Heckling people at the RNC in September.
Speaking to her son during his RNC walk-through.