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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Where Did This Guy Come From?

Joe Biden really cracks himself up. Can you believe he actually said this to a father mourning the loss of his son, killed in the Benghazi terrorist attack? 

Here's what Charlie Woods said in an interview:
“This is not about politics … if it were about politics, it would dishonor my son’s death. It’s about honor, integrity and justice,” he said. 
“This news that he disobeyed his orders [not to go to the assistance of the embassy] does not surprise me. My son was an American hero, and he had the moral strength to do what was right … even if it would have professionally cost him his job, even if it would have cost him his life.” 
Woods went on to say that while he forgives those who gave the orders that indirectly led to his son’s death, he wishes they would take a lesson from the young former SEAL’s courage. (Read more here....)

1 comment:

minbee66 said...

Joe Biden must have a brain the size of a cue ball. It is especially ironic that the Libyan attack in which the Navy seals and the Americans they were defending occurred on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Obama presented the Medal of Honor to ex-Marine Dakota Meyer of Kentucky for saving his comrades under fire in 2009 in Afghanistan by disobeying an order to abandon them. According to a press release for "Into the Fire," Meyer's account of the battle, Obama proclaimed "“The story of what Dakota did . . . will be told for generations.” The "Dakota Meyer" Wikipedia entry states the following: "Meyer was awarded the Medal of Honor in a ceremony on September 15, 2011. When a White House staffer contacted Meyer to arrange the ceremony, Meyer asked if he could have a beer with the President.He received an invitation to the White House the afternoon before the ceremony. Meyer also requested that when he was honored, simultaneous commemorative services should be held at other associated locations to honor the memory of his colleagues who died or were mortally wounded during the ambush and his rescue attempts."