Another Phony Democrat War Veteran

No one is more abhorrent to us veterans than the jerk who never served but dons a uniform, adorns it with badges and patches, usually of some special operations organization like Army Special Forces, Rangers or Navy SEALS, and awards himself multiple medals for valor. Of course, some of these phonies did serve but in some much less glorious capacity than that in which they depict themselves.

The latter situation seems to be the case for Connecticut Democrat Attorney General, Richard Blumenthal who has been exposed as a phony Vietnam vet by no less than the NY Times. It appears Blumenthal took repeated deferments to avoid service during the war but finally facing induction joined a reserve unit with no combat capabilities and therefore no risk of its members serving in combat.

Remember when the media, led by Down-home Dan Rather and CBS tried to kill the Bush presidential bid by claiming GWB dodged his duty by joining a reserve Air Force unit? At least Bush was piloting a high performance jet fighter bomber, an inherently dangerous occupation, not building playgrounds in Washington, D.C. Most veterans, recognizing that flying fighters is no job for sissies or dummies, credited Bush with putting himself in harm's way even though he did not fly in combat.

Many Republicans are probably rejoicing at the news of Blumenthal's despicable treachery, which by the way is illegal under the Stolen Valor Act, but remember phony veteran/phony hero status is no disqualifier for high office if you are Democrat. Remember how the entire Democratic Party and their media pets went into solid denial over John Kerry's phony Vietnam adventures and his four, count ‘em folks, four phony Purple Hearts. Even in the face of overwhelming evidence from those with whom he served that Kerry was unfit for command, the Democrats and their media toe suckers maintained the obvious lie that he was a true war hero. I suppose under Democrat terms he is and so is Blumenthal.

How utterly sad.
No one is more abhorrent to us veterans than the jerk who never served but dons a uniform, adorns it with badges and patches, usually of some special operations organization like Army Special Forces, Rangers or Navy SEALS, and awards himself multiple medals for valor. Of course, some of these phonies did serve but in some much less glorious capacity than that in which they depict themselves.

The latter situation seems to be the case for Connecticut Democrat Attorney General, Richard Blumenthal who has been exposed as a phony Vietnam vet by no less than the NY Times. It appears Blumenthal took repeated deferments to avoid service during the war but finally facing induction joined a reserve unit with no combat capabilities and therefore no risk of its members serving in combat.

Remember when the media, led by Down-home Dan Rather and CBS tried to kill the Bush presidential bid by claiming GWB dodged his duty by joining a reserve Air Force unit? At least Bush was piloting a high performance jet fighter bomber, an inherently dangerous occupation, not building playgrounds in Washington, D.C. Most veterans, recognizing that flying fighters is no job for sissies or dummies, credited Bush with putting himself in harm's way even though he did not fly in combat.

Many Republicans are probably rejoicing at the news of Blumenthal's despicable treachery, which by the way is illegal under the Stolen Valor Act, but remember phony veteran/phony hero status is no disqualifier for high office if you are Democrat. Remember how the entire Democratic Party and their media pets went into solid denial over John Kerry's phony Vietnam adventures and his four, count ‘em folks, four phony Purple Hearts. Even in the face of overwhelming evidence from those with whom he served that Kerry was unfit for command, the Democrats and their media toe suckers maintained the obvious lie that he was a true war hero. I suppose under Democrat terms he is and so is Blumenthal.

How utterly sad.

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