Harry Reid Blasts Limbaugh for not Being Patriotic

You know that Star Trek episode (pick one) where the someone in the crew wakes up in an alternate universe? Yeah, that one. Well it happened to me this morning,

As a habit, I have the TV turn on to Fox News in the morning. So as I was wafting in from a Good Dream about Divorce Court, there was “Pinky” Reid blasting Rush Limbaugh for blasting callers to the Limbaugh show lying about being soldiers.

Talk about through the Looking Glass. Harry “Surrender Me” Reid was really upset about this and he should be. It is an old horse in talk radio to have a flaming liberal call in and say they are a “veteran against the war”. Rush threw a flag on the play and outed a particular caller and suddenly he was being denounced on the Senate floor by the Majority Leader himself.

Keep in mind that “Pinky” was not defending “Our Brave Soldiers”. Instead he was defending the Liberal Democratic tactic of Lying.

When I hear “Our Brave Soldiers”, I think of sweat soaked infantrymen blazing away in a fire fight or hugging their children on their return home. When “Pinky” says “Our Brave Soldiers” he’s talking about those brave liberals who risk everything by talking on a phone.

Here’s “Pinky”!

Rush Retorts!

“Phony Soldier”, Jesse MacBeth-

WHAT KIND OF MAN WOULD DO SUCH A THING?

Jack Tilley, a Sergeant Major of the Army, was with a group of people who recently were visiting wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, DC. He saw a Special Forces soldier who had lost his right hand and suffered severe wounds of his face and side of his body. Sgt. Tilley wanted to honor him and show him respect without offending, but what can you say or do in such a situation that will encourage and uplift? How do you shake the right hand of a soldier who has none? He decided to act as though the hand was not missing and gripped the soldiers wrist while speaking words of comfort and encouragement to him.

However, there was another man in the group who knew exactly what to do. This man reverently took the soldier’s stump of a hand in both of his hands, bowed at the bedside, and prayed for him. When he finished the prayer he stood up, bent over the soldier, kissed him on the head, and told him that he loved him.

Sgt. Tilley was awed by the powerful expression of love for one of our wounded heroes he was witnessing! “What a beautiful Christ-like example!” he thought, moved to tears. What kind of a man would do such a thing?

It was the wounded man’s Commander-In-Chief, George W. Bush, President of The United States.

This eyewitness account was told by Sergeant Major Jack Tilley at a Soldiers Breakfast at Red Stone Arsenal, AL, and recorded by Chaplain James Henderson, who was stationed there. Pass it on…. the PRESS WON’T!!!!!!