For a whore-mongering coward like weak, little Donny to celebrate the 4th with a military parade is as hypocritical as him hugging the American flag while stomping on the Constitution, or pretending to pray.
The millions of dollars this “reelection campaign event” is going to cost could be better spent on anything we could imagine from veterans care to hunger and homelessness to overcrowded and under-equipped immigration centers to basic infrastructure.
Why do we as citizens have to pay for this lying pig’s masturbatory exercise in pretending to be a strong man? We need to replace those in Congress that still support this traitor with real representatives that support and defend the Constitution.
This is what leadership doesn’t look like.
As we remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for this country, let’s never forget that this cowardly, draft dodger is a lying pig that consistently sides with dictators and our enemies to denigrate those that have honorably served.
Trump just asked if the military men in front of him are real patriot because no one raised their hand to decline a pay raise to pay down the deficit.
This is one of the most insulting things I have heard from this idiotic buffoon. How dare he even joke about the military’s patriotism when he so clearly has demonstrated his own…five separate times?
The only military parade our lying, racist, traitor of a president should get is in Moscow from the country he serves. Military parades should be reserved for American heroes who can never be given enough respect. Five-time draft dodgers deserve nothing but shame and disgust.
Yesterday was the Marine Corps birthday. Today is Veterans Day. Proud to be a veteran and a Marine. Thanks to all veterans for their service.
Not all 19 year olds are created equal. When I was 19 I didn’t have a gun. I had a rifle. And my life and the lives of all my fellow Marines around me depended on it. But then Mt Bloomberg didn’t go to Viet Nam and never faced someone whose sole purpose in life was to end yours.
Those that have never experienced the horror of war are most often those that are war’s loudest advocates. Once you have experienced the senseless brutality and unbelievable violence of war your view of war and of the world is never the same.
Most veterans do not talk willingly of their combat experience. Some things are best left unspoken, and forgotten as much as possible.