Wow that was a hell of a politically-biased answer... If
we are talking about someone who is living, dont pick a politician
for crying out loud!! Pick the 4-5 men that entered the nuclear
power station in Japan, after the earthquake, to fix the
nuclear-cooling system, at the risk of their own lives, in order to
save their people... We may not all know their names, (even though
I'm sure you can find them online) but the idea of being "famous"
can be conceived in many ways... In my view, that is bravery... And
"famous" doesnt, only refer to people who show up on the
meida. If this question adresses the past as well, pick the
300 spartans! :)
It's pretty hard to say that the people who entered the reactor
are famous, isn't it.
And no matter what your political ideas are, McCain was clearly
brave. Can you imagine undergoing what he did? Brett's
not saying his politics make him brave. He's saying that he
was brave and is famous and you really can't deny that.
Another possible answer would be Pat Tillman. He was brave
enough and motivated enough to give up a pro football career to go
into the military. He was also morally brave enough to avoid
being caricaturized by people who wanted to make him into a
super-patriot figure. He showed both physical and moral