Last week, radio entertainer Rush Limbaugh called military personnel who favor a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq “phony soldiers.”
Today, Granny would like to direct you to the blog of one of the those ‘Phony Soldiers.” In the “Army of Dude,” a soldier from Frisco, Texas, reports on “Truth, Justice and the American Way of War.” The blog is, in a word, stunning. Please take the time TODAY to read about incidents in the life of America’s phony soldiers on the front lines of the civil war in Iraq.
This is Chevy in Baghdad. Brian Chevalier was going to reenlist but decided against it before he was killed on March 14 during our first mission in Baqubah. His phony life was celebrated in a phony memorial where everyone who knew him cried phony tears. A phony American flag draped over his phony coffin when his body came home. It was presented to his phony mother and phony daughter.
Limbaugh is not fit to wipe the boots of these phonies.
And welcome home, Dude.