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Post  Dr. Evil on Wed Jul 22, 2015 3:05 pm

As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Darth Cheney on Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:26 pm

I am concerned your mental disease of liberalism is in its advanced stages and your ability to interact with intelligent people is behind you. I can see the future and yours isn't very pretty.

I'm concerned Hillary Clinton might be the most unqualified candidate to run for the presidency excluding the commie in chief.

I'm also concerned liberalism has largely destroyed this great nation by spreading falsehoods and taking peoples sense of worth away.

I'm also concerned dumb asses like yourself vote even though you know nothing about how a Constitutional Republic supposed to be governed.
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Dr. Evil on Wed Jul 22, 2015 5:37 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:I am concerned your mental disease of liberalism is in its advanced stages and your ability to interact with intelligent people is behind you. I can see the future and yours isn't very pretty.

I'm concerned Hillary Clinton might be the most unqualified candidate to run for the presidency excluding the commie in chief.

I'm also concerned liberalism has largely destroyed this great nation by spreading falsehoods and taking peoples sense of worth away.

I'm also concerned dumb asses like yourself vote even though you know nothing about how a Constitutional Republic supposed to be governed.

Really, is that about it?
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Darth Cheney on Wed Jul 22, 2015 8:23 pm

Dr. Jones wrote:
Darth Cheney wrote:I am concerned your mental disease of liberalism is in its advanced stages and your ability to interact with intelligent people is behind you. I can see the future and yours isn't very pretty.

I'm concerned Hillary Clinton might be the most unqualified candidate to run for the presidency excluding the commie in chief.

I'm also concerned liberalism has largely destroyed this great nation by spreading falsehoods and taking peoples sense of worth away.

I'm also concerned dumb asses like yourself vote even though you know nothing about how a Constitutional Republic supposed to be governed.

Really, is that about it?

Plenty more but you could start by answering those...

I'm a little concerned you seem to avoid answering or defending liberal policies yet you run around and proclaim their greatness.
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Dr. Evil on Wed Jul 22, 2015 8:25 pm

Darth Cheney wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:
Darth Cheney wrote:I am concerned your mental disease of liberalism is in its advanced stages and your ability to interact with intelligent people is behind you. I can see the future and yours isn't very pretty.

I'm concerned Hillary Clinton might be the most unqualified candidate to run for the presidency excluding the commie in chief.

I'm also concerned liberalism has largely destroyed this great nation by spreading falsehoods and taking peoples sense of worth away.

I'm also concerned dumb asses like yourself vote even though you know nothing about how a Constitutional Republic supposed to be governed.

Really, is that about it?

Plenty more but you could start by answering those...

I'm a little concerned you seem to avoid answering or defending liberal policies yet you run around and proclaim their greatness.

How about we try staying on topic instead??
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Gomezz Adddams on Wed Jul 22, 2015 10:31 pm

Dr. Jones wrote:As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?

HayZeus! How fcuking dumb are you? Can't you type on a keyboard? Here's a couple for you:

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor
KIA in Ramadi, Iraq
Sniper
Medal of Honor
Silver Star

Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Cooper
Chopper Pilot
Distinguished Service Cross
Silver Star

Army Cpl Angelo J. Vaccaro
KIA
Medic
Silver Star (2)



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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Dr. Evil on Wed Jul 22, 2015 10:44 pm

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?

HayZeus! How fcuking dumb are you? Can't you type on a keyboard? Here's a couple for you:

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor
KIA in Ramadi, Iraq
Sniper
Medal of Honor
Silver Star

Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Cooper
Chopper Pilot
Distinguished Service Cross
Silver Star

Army Cpl Angelo J. Vaccaro
KIA
Medic
Silver Star (2)




Ummm....OK? Thanks?? Not sure where you are going with your little aha moment.... scratch scratch scratch

On another note, I don't think that HayZeus means what you think it means. Or anything at all really. May want to check into that. Just a thought...
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Gomezz Adddams on Thu Jul 23, 2015 8:01 am

Dr. Jones wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?

HayZeus! How fcuking dumb are you? Can't you type on a keyboard? Here's a couple for you:

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor
KIA in Ramadi, Iraq
Sniper
Medal of Honor
Silver Star

Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Cooper
Chopper Pilot
Distinguished Service Cross
Silver Star

Army Cpl Angelo J. Vaccaro
KIA
Medic
Silver Star (2)




Ummm....OK?   Thanks??  Not sure where you are going with your little aha moment.... scratch scratch scratch

On another note, I don't think that HayZeus means what you think it means.  Or anything at all really.   May want to check into that.  Just a thought...

Personally I don't think you know where you're going at any given moment, but that might be a conversation best left to yourself and the voices in your head.

You asked for a list of decorated war vets from the "Middle East" (assumes Iraq and Afghanistan) because of your difficulty in discovering anybody else other then Chris Kyle. I started one for you but I seem to have only unleashed a crap storm of confusion in your muddled head.

I don't think you can say "I don't think ________ means what you think it means" if you are clueless on what that phrase/word/meme means. See Internet Meme Rule #420.

But here's a clue. Phonetics. Say it slowly in Spanish.
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Jammer on Thu Jul 23, 2015 8:43 am

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?

HayZeus! How fcuking dumb are you? Can't you type on a keyboard? Here's a couple for you:

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor
KIA in Ramadi, Iraq
Sniper
Medal of Honor
Silver Star

Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Cooper
Chopper Pilot
Distinguished Service Cross
Silver Star

Army Cpl Angelo J. Vaccaro
KIA
Medic
Silver Star (2)




Ummm....OK?   Thanks??  Not sure where you are going with your little aha moment.... scratch scratch scratch

On another note, I don't think that HayZeus means what you think it means.  Or anything at all really.   May want to check into that.  Just a thought...

Personally I don't think you know where you're going at any given moment, but that might be a conversation best left to yourself and the voices in your head.

You asked for a list of decorated war vets from the "Middle East" (assumes Iraq and Afghanistan) because of your difficulty in discovering anybody else other then Chris Kyle. I started one for you but I seem to have only unleashed a crap storm of confusion in your muddled head.

I don't think you can say "I don't think ________ means what you think it means" if you are clueless on what that phrase/word/meme means. See Internet Meme Rule #420.

But here's a clue. Phonetics. Say it slowly in Spanish.


Gomezz, I just don’t get it.  Why in the world do you waste an ounce of energy or a minute of time bantering with this total moron?

You are one smart dude and understand this stuff much better than most conservatives.  Wouldn’t your time and energy be better spent on other more productive pursuits that could include such things as:

1.  Helping to better educate other conservatives on their conservative principles and values so they are better equipped to advocate their conservative beliefs to others.

2.  Educating our younger generation on the US Constitution and the founding principles used to create this great country.

3.  Direct election activities such as registering voters, supporting conservative candidates and getting out the vote.
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Dr. Evil on Thu Jul 23, 2015 8:55 am

Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?

HayZeus! How fcuking dumb are you? Can't you type on a keyboard? Here's a couple for you:

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor
KIA in Ramadi, Iraq
Sniper
Medal of Honor
Silver Star

Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Cooper
Chopper Pilot
Distinguished Service Cross
Silver Star

Army Cpl Angelo J. Vaccaro
KIA
Medic
Silver Star (2)




Ummm....OK?   Thanks??  Not sure where you are going with your little aha moment.... scratch scratch scratch

On another note, I don't think that HayZeus means what you think it means.  Or anything at all really.   May want to check into that.  Just a thought...

Personally I don't think you know where you're going at any given moment, but that might be a conversation best left to yourself and the voices in your head.

You asked for a list of decorated war vets from the "Middle East" (assumes Iraq and Afghanistan) because of your difficulty in discovering anybody else other then Chris Kyle. I started one for you but I seem to have only unleashed a crap storm of confusion in your muddled head.

I don't think you can say "I don't think ________ means what you think it means" if you are clueless on what that phrase/word/meme means. See Internet Meme Rule #420.

But here's a clue. Phonetics. Say it slowly in Spanish.

I don't remember asking for help. It was 3:00 in the afternoon. I had shiste to do, but thank you for your concern. And thank you for finding those names, you did a really good job.
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Dr. Evil on Thu Jul 23, 2015 8:58 am

Jammer wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:
Gomezz Adddams wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:As long as we have opened up a hardy discussion on war heroes why don't we talk about Chris Kyle, the gun nut's poster child for exceptionalism on the battlefield.  I'm not sure he saw much time actually on the battlefield, but whatever.  There's no doubt that his kill count is impressive and in turn he protected many American troops, but as he himself admitted, his numbers may be somewhat inflated by advancements in technology.  Also the nature of the combat may have lent itself to more sniper use.  

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

What's up with Chris's post war fish stories?  How about the two armed assailants that he supposedly killed at a Texas gas station?  How come there is no record of those victims anywhere?  How about the 30 looters he and a buddy "picked off" from a rooftop in New Orleans after Katrina?  Since when is killing Americans acceptable, if it were actually true.  Then there's his little scuffle with Ventura that ended up costing his estate over $1.8M in damages.  Hardy the actions of a war hero.  More like the actions of a gun nut.

Then there's his murder.  I'm sorry, but a decorated war hero should know better than to bring a crazy man to a gun range.  Plain ass foolishness.  Say what you want about McCain but he is still alive and well, and even though you may not agree with his politics, he is doing just what a true war hero should be.  I wonder what Trump has to say about ol' CK?

HayZeus! How fcuking dumb are you? Can't you type on a keyboard? Here's a couple for you:

Master-at-Arms 2nd Class (SEAL) Michael Monsoor
KIA in Ramadi, Iraq
Sniper
Medal of Honor
Silver Star

Army Chief Warrant Officer 5 David Cooper
Chopper Pilot
Distinguished Service Cross
Silver Star

Army Cpl Angelo J. Vaccaro
KIA
Medic
Silver Star (2)




Ummm....OK?   Thanks??  Not sure where you are going with your little aha moment.... scratch scratch scratch

On another note, I don't think that HayZeus means what you think it means.  Or anything at all really.   May want to check into that.  Just a thought...

Personally I don't think you know where you're going at any given moment, but that might be a conversation best left to yourself and the voices in your head.

You asked for a list of decorated war vets from the "Middle East" (assumes Iraq and Afghanistan) because of your difficulty in discovering anybody else other then Chris Kyle. I started one for you but I seem to have only unleashed a crap storm of confusion in your muddled head.

I don't think you can say "I don't think ________ means what you think it means" if you are clueless on what that phrase/word/meme means. See Internet Meme Rule #420.

But here's a clue. Phonetics. Say it slowly in Spanish.


Gomezz, I just don’t get it.  Why in the world do you waste an ounce of energy or a minute of time bantering with this total moron?

You are one smart dude and understand this stuff much better than most conservatives.  Wouldn’t your time and energy be better spent on other more productive pursuits that could include such things as:

1.  Helping to better educate other conservatives on their conservative principles and values so they are better equipped to advocate their conservative beliefs to others.

2.  Educating our younger generation on the US Constitution and the founding principles used to create this great country.

3.  Direct election activities such as registering voters, supporting conservative candidates and getting out the vote.

Nice to see you pay homage to your Grand Poobah

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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Skeptical on Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:12 am



From the opening post in this topic created by the forgetful Dr. Jones Mengele
Questionable War Heroes
Dr. Jones Yesterday at 3:05 pm

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

Sure reads like a request for help!!
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Post  Dr. Evil on Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:20 am

Skeptical wrote:

From the opening post in this topic created by the forgetful Dr. Jones Mengele
Questionable War Heroes
Dr. Jones Yesterday at 3:05 pm

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

Sure reads like a request for help!!

Which part?
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Post  Skeptical on Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:34 am

Dr. Jones wrote:
Skeptical wrote:

From the opening post in this topic created by the forgetful Dr. Jones Mengele
Questionable War Heroes
Dr. Jones Yesterday at 3:05 pm

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

Sure reads like a request for help!!

Which part?

Yep !!
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Dr. Evil on Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:48 am

Skeptical wrote:
Dr. Jones wrote:
Skeptical wrote:

From the opening post in this topic created by the forgetful Dr. Jones Mengele
Questionable War Heroes
Dr. Jones Yesterday at 3:05 pm

I've been looking for a list of other highly decorated Middle East vets, but haven't found much yet.  I wonder what sort of records others have set that we've never heard about.  I wonder why we wouldn't have heard about them?  Is it because their stories don't play into the hand of those in the gun rights movement?

Sure reads like a request for help!!

Which part?

Yep !!

Whatever dude, it's your story....
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Re: Questionable War Heroes

Post  Clicker on Thu Jul 23, 2015 11:06 am

Lets not forget the bravest of them all, John Kerry, who after volunteering to have his combat vet ticket punched on Swiftboat service in VN, collected his three Purple Hearts, (two paper cuts and a hangnail) to allow him to bug out long before his tour was up. We were later treated to him trashing his medals as a demonstration against the US. Well he really did work hard and sacrifice to get them didn't he?
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