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Get-schlonged 42 points ago

...Except Song Bird

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5000wattsx 31 points ago

According to hardcore leftists, McCain was a senile racist and some went as far as calling him a Manchurian Candidate for Vietnam when he went against Obama in 2008. Less than ten years later those same people called him a hero for being one of the few people in the GOP to not be on the Trump Train.

If Hillary Clinton won the election and she pissed on his casket after he died people would have praised her for it.

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TrumpTrainBot 10 points ago

WE JUST CAN'T STOP WINNING, FOLKS! THE TRUMP TRAIN JUST GOT 10 BILLION MPH FASTER!

CURRENT SPEED: 359,889,385,117,000 MPH!

At that rate, it would take approximately 4.663 years to travel to the Andromeda Galaxy (2.5 million light-years)!

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QuranIsToiletPaper 13 points ago

I'll take this chance to recognize my grandfather, United States Army Air Corps/Army Air Forces/Air Force Lt. Wesley L. Waldman (1921-2014), enlisted Alabama National Guard 1939, who was a prisoner of war at Stalag Luft I, Compounds South & North 2, Barth, Western Pomerania, Germany.

A Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress navigator in World War II, in 1944 his aircraft was shot down over Vienna, Austria by Nazi anti-aircraft guns, forcing him to make an emergency parachute jump.

After landing on a fence and sustaining lower back injuries, he was captured by Nazi troops, who greeted him with a statement he would remember and repeat often when telling the story in the following decades: "For you, the war is over."

After his camp was liberated, he later flew in 55 missions with the United States Air Force in the Korean War, and later volunteered with the United States Navy Civil Engineer Corps in the Vietnam War.

He received decorations including the Purple Heart, Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal, and Prisoner of War Medal.

I am quite certain he would have been a fan of President Trump, regardless of any disagreements with John McCain. "America First" was not a slogan for him, but a life statement.

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MAGANatsFan 7 points ago

Wow and Wow, real patriot there. I wish I could have met him.

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QuranIsToiletPaper 2 points ago

Thank you. I did not fully appreciate it when I was younger, but gradually I've come to realize what he willingly sacrificed. It makes me realize I have done very little for my country, and that I should think of some small way to try and do more. In addition to voting for Trump again, of course.

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FREEDOM1st 7 points ago

After his camp was liberated, he later flew in 55 missions with the United States Air Force in the Korean War

Damn, what a badass.

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QuranIsToiletPaper 2 points ago

Thank you. I did not fully appreciate it when I was younger, but gradually I've come to realize what he willingly sacrificed. It makes me realize I have done very little for my country, and that I should think of some small way to try and do more. In addition to voting for Trump again, of course.

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SpaceForceMilitia 5 points ago

Your Grandfather rocks, mate. Patriotic hugs and well wishes to you all.

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QuranIsToiletPaper 4 points ago

Thank you. I did not fully appreciate it when I was younger, but gradually I've come to realize what he willingly sacrificed. It makes me realize I have done very little for my country, and that I should think of some small way to try and do more. In addition to voting for Trump again, of course.

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Anaconda 1 point ago

Jesus, you grandfather was a superhero!

I want to thank him and honor him for his service and sacrifice!

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QuranIsToiletPaper 2 points ago

Thank you. I did not fully appreciate it when I was younger, but gradually I've come to realize what he willingly sacrificed. It makes me realize I have done very little for my country, and that I should think of some small way to try and do more. In addition to voting for Trump again, of course.

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Anaconda -1 points ago

Just think about this. He fought in WWII and WWIII (I consider the Cold War to be a long nasty 45 year old world war and Korea and Vietnam were battles of the Cold War) so you and I don't have to risk our lives.

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wong 11 points ago

But it was damn patriotic how he nearly single handedly took out an aircraft carrier!

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independentbystander 11 points ago

WEW LAD

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ohwell316 2 points ago

I flew the flag of North Vietnam to honor his memory.

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mae_daisy 6 points ago

Came here for ☝️

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Anaconda 1 point ago

We lost anywhere from 70K to 90K alive POWs from WWII, Korean War, and Viernam War who became stuck in Soviet gulags as hostages until their early demise during the Cold War. 78K US POWs were captured by the Soviets in eastern europe during WWII and were never repatriated to America.

One of the most haunting information about our MIA heroes.

https://www.washin

gtonpost.com/archive/opinions/1991/07/04/a-70-year-old-hostage-crisis/54578871-6dfc-4d97-8736-04b91398af44/

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BrakesGone 21 points ago

I don’t go on twitter but can just imagine the McCain replies.

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Hayride 11 points ago

The usual suspects are btching about Trump giving recognition to POWs. They can't stop themselves. Btches gonna btch.

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Mddet 7 points ago

Lemme guess, that eric clapton looking goof Tiedrich is right there at the top.

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Hayride 5 points ago

Presently he's in third.

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LadyWhoLovesTrump 4 points ago

Haha. I always said he's a dead ringer for Clapton too. Lol

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SameCookiePseudonym 4 points ago

Tiedrich and Guterman are both there. Eugene Gu nowhere to be seen.

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Howz3r420 12 points ago

This is gonna trigger some tendies.....

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Mddet 7 points ago

“American Warriors” welp, that leaves Mcstain out. Cool, om good!

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PoorMansPsychiatrist 6 points ago

Respect to these patriots. Thank you for your service!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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independentbystander 6 points ago

<3 <3 <3

I have more than one POW in my family/ancestry, most are deceased because that was way back (WW 1/2, Vietnam, etc)

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GuerillaYourDreams 4 points ago

And, uh, no songbird.

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Bax101 4 points ago

My friends father was MAC V SOG Huey Gunship Pilot in Vietnam. 966 combat missions with 36 medals including 3 Distinguished Flying Crosses. He flew with Fred Smith for a bit when he was a Marine Corps Military Adviser over in Cambodia. My friends father flew multiple missions in hostle areas to recover POW rescue missions to pick up Green Berets and Special Ops. Operation Prairie Fire was one of the missions he spoke lots about trying to save his downed friend who he knew became a POW. McCain was against the missions the POW/MIA wanted to make with Vietnam after the wars end. He shut down the programs of known missing men and is responsible for the deaths of 300 people who were captured. RIP FRANK CUDDY

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daomino 3 points ago

Fighting for their country and being POWs is nothing compared to what our generation have to go through. Staying at home, backing home bread, and watching netflix all day.

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JustHereForTheSalmon 3 points ago

Employers forced to close and their employees go hungry because Pelosi wants to play games with their paycheck protection. People forced off the streets and into their homes by order of local governments.

16 Million Americans have become prisoners of this war against the Chinese Virus

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txladyvoter 2 points ago

Amen.

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Anaconda -6 points ago

Yawn...talk about the POWs

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FormerGraveheart 2 points ago

You fucking troll. You can't just help but shill for the destruction of the economy. "Yawn", when we're talking about millions impoverished for no good reason? You are the most obvious of the shills. You need to go.

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Mavdick96 2 points ago

We remember everyone except for the traitor known as Gohn McBrain.

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Gorilla_Channel 1 point ago

Meanwhile, Barack H. Obama on Twitter: "Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims and Easter worshipers around the world!"

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BoilingEnema -1 points ago

To officially recognize it, we can go ahead and nuke Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.

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Anaconda -2 points ago

And China and North Korea too