Bet you won’t hear about this from the mainstream media. Grateful leaders in Logar Province, Afghanistan, pooled their meager funds to make a gold Medal of Bravery and awarded it to Donald Trump for standing up to Pakistan:

“Akbari told RFE/RL that members of the community have waited 16 years for someone in the U.S. administration to make comments of the sort that Trump has made in recent weeks concerning Pakistan.”

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PsychoDad
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Betcha the gold came from Roosha . . .

whiskeyriver
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LMOAO…This is what happens when we have a real leader in the White House! My grandson, who served three tours in that shithole Afghanistan, is now home safe and I thank God every day. But, he is a proud Marine and if he says he is willing to go back I will not hold it against him nor get on his ass about his decision. And if I were not so old and decrepit I would join him because I too am a born and raised American fighting man who will always do what it takes to protect our freedoms. Even if it doesn’t make a damn bit of sense, that is what we do.

Have I bragged to you guys about my granddaughter who is now an E-5 staff sergeant in the Air Force? Doing who knows what in who knows where because she isn’t allowed to tell anyone about it? Not even her old grandpappy who is so proud of her it hurts my heart when she does send me an email or letter?

People can call me a redneck, a hillbilly, an asshole, anything they want and I do not care. I raised my children right, they raised their children right, and our pride in America is living on. My ancestors fought in the revolutionary war to found this great nation. Others fought in Texas for their independence. Others fought for the Union or the Confederacy during the civil war. WWI, WWII, Korea and my war, Vietnam. Now the fight against terrorism in the middle east. We will always stand for what is right. We will always do what it takes to protect our nation and everyone living in it.

JPTravis
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Oh no, you said “shithole.”

whiskeyriver
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LOL…Listening to some of the stories my grandson has told me “shithole” is a kind description of the place. Other than in the larger towns like Kabul the people have no electricity because none is available. No such thing as running water or indoor plumbing. Most of the people are so poor they think the welfare patients in our country are rich!

When I served in Cambodia those 40+ years ago I felt sorry for the people. We grew up poor in northern New Mexico but good Lord at least we had a roof, a warm bed and food on the table every day. And the Cambodians had to make do with a small bowl of rice a couple times per day and a chicken or piece of pork once a week? Their poverty and need was unbelievable unless you saw it up front and personal.

Now my grandson tells me there are still people living that way today? So dirt friggin’ poor they cannot afford to eat a good meal at least once a day? It isn’t surprising because my grandson is a good man, a Marine, a caring human being and he feels sorry for the people he met in Afghanistan for the same reasons I felt sorry for the people in Cambodia years ago.

MGAP
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Liberatti gonna come down on his ass now. They have a tendency to do that when someone is right.

whiskeyriver
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I have half a gallon of sour mash whiskey, a 30 pak of beer, plenty of ammo, the liberatti can bring it on! I have a few scars on my old carcass from bullet or knife. My nose is crooked and I lost most of my teeth because of “repeated blows to the face” according to the dentist that pulled my teeth and made the set of falsies I have now.

Anyone wants a piece of my hide can bring it on, they will not be getting no spring chicken.

Not so silent
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They made a medal for Obama too, but it was made out of sheep crap and melted during the rainy day they had recently in Afghanistan.