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Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Dakota Meyer needs to have his MOH taken away from him-Update


Update-Fucking Blogger screwed up my post again after I saved it.  Anyway the reason Dakota should have his MOH taken away it the pic above.  Desecrating the flag with his dick and asshole and chugging whiskey while doing it.

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  1. He never should have received it in the first place.

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    1. Agreed.

      He is the face of our nation, though. He exemplifies what is wrong with our nation. Anyone who knows how to BS, and who has enough 'vitamin C' (i.e. 'connections'), gets ahead. The honest, down-to-earth worker bees get nothing - except maybe a shoe in the butt.

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    2. I never believed that he EARNED the Medal of Honor. President obama should never have given it to him in the first place. The same can be said for Captain Williams D. Swenson.

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  2. Perhaps because of Dakota Meyer the CMH will now only be awarded to those who are no longer here to exaggerate their heroics and embarrass America with their dishonorable behavior.

    Well done, Sarah Palin, you've taken down another asshole.

    The Palin toxic stink never washes off.


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  3. Not arguing your point, but why?

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    1. He embellished his story which resulted in his superiors being reprimanded. Video footage disputed his account of the risks he took. Now he grifts off the award to get fame and money. Hi "FU_K you Michael Moore" was a distinct lack of class. His attack on military members who have PTSD show a special lack of compassion.

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    2. Actually, the more I think about that 'Fuc_ you' sign, the more I think it actually came from $canky.
      My reasoning: $kanky has BOTH hands on it, Dumbkota only one. Also, too: $kanky SIGNED the poster - Dumbkota did not.

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  4. From a journalist embedded with Meyer;

    "He concluded that it was not possible for Sgt Meyer to have saved 13 US troops because only 12 Americans were ambushed in the battle, including the reporter, and four of them were killed.
    The article claimed helicopters eventually secured the survival of the remaining Americans, not Sgt Meyer's vehicle, and that there were no statements from fellow troops confirming the Marine killed eight Taliban.
    The driver of his vehicle reported seeing him kill one insurgent.
    According to McClatchy there were also no sworn statements confirming how Sgt Meyer leaped from his gun turret to pull the 24 wounded Afghans into the truck. It also claimed there was no evidence to support the official account that he had defied orders.

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  5. Send your complaints to the Medal of Honor Society, they'll listen, the White House won't

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  6. Thank you. I'm sorry, I did not have that information when I read this post.

    If they tried to take his MOH away from him, the wingers will just claim that the godless islamofascist Kenyan in the White House is attacking Meyer personally because he's a Christian MOH winner. I think it would do more good if, every time his name comes up on the Internet, somebody links to this information. At which point, of course, somebody else will exclaim that libtards always lie and everyone is just jealous of Meyer's reputation because we want to overthrow the country and force everybody to gay-marry a parakeet. Everybody will get to arguing and somebody will mention Hitler, and nothing will get settled... okay. I'm good with it. Let the godless Kenyan islamofascist take the heat. He's used to it.

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    1. They will never take his MOH away. The controversy will always be there however, and there's his conduct since he's returned home. The difference between his account and Swenson's are striking. Swenson has been treated very badly by the military, Petraeus particularly.

      "according to a 2013 Washington Post report Swenson "remains skeptical of Meyer and the publicity he has sought," and has "engaged in a lengthy and bitter dispute with the military over the narrative of [the Battle of Ganjgal]." At first suspiciously lost by the military bureaucracy, Swenson’s Medal of Honor paperwork was later revived, but General David Petraeus, acting surreptitiously, tried to have the award downgraded to a lesser one. Late last year, Swenson was finally awarded the Medal of Honor."

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