If Cheney Had Done A Tour Of Vietnam

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    If our VP had done a tour of Vietnam, he would have learned how to shoot straight, especially with a lawyer in front of him. At least our President served honorably and heroically in our Armed Forces during the Vietnam Conflict, earning a bronze statue and many REAL medals (unlike that traitor FAKE LYING war veteran Kerry) and so probably knows how to fire a gun properly.
     
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    So what you are really saying is if Cheney learned how to fire a gun properly he would have killed the lawyer...

    Since when does the army teach how to use birdshot?
     
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    Since you're so "up" on everyone's military service, I doubt you'd mind sharing YOURS with the rest of us .....right?
     
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    Wow, Bush`s military service, at least your version, is new`s to this poster.

    Do you have any links to back up these claims?

    :rolleyes:
     
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    ...said the troll/spy from DU.
     
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    Uhhh. Maybe in bizarro world my friend.
     
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    the time George Bush and I single handedly held off an entire squadron of well backed enemy german fighter planes with only a two shot derringer and a broken tip buck knife.

    How about the time I slew two battalions of enemy infantry with the jawbone of a japenese grasshopper with one leg that had a cold..

    Well.......I got my medals the same day he did!



    Where in the heck did he get that military triv on W anyway?
     
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    I served 4 years in the U S Navy. I saved no ones life, killed no enemy combatants and painted the fucking USS Ranger 6 times. It is said that I was one of the best deck swabbers in the Navy. You could pop zits on my floor reflections. I was a trained Gunner, an expert Marksman and shined mile after mile of brightwork so some officer could step on it.

    The highlight of my career was during my shellcracker initiation I rolled one purple marble all the way from fore to aft of the flight deck with my nose while not allowing my knees to touch the deck! I should have got but did not recieve a medal for that.

    I was a member of VA-25 (Fist of the Fleet) Attack Squadron of A-6 Corsairs and was proud to have served under Captain Pete Ogle, the best damn pilot in the Navy. He NEVER stepped on my brightwork!
     

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