Nothing Heroic?

St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Bill McClellan published a column Wednesday, saying the U.S. military should do away with funeral honors, since “most veterans did nothing heroic” anyway.
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I don’t know what planet this idiot comes from but to suggest that veterans did nothing heroic is one of the most simplistically idiotic things I have ever read. McClellan must need a lot of attention to write something so incredibly stupid, but I would like to make today:

Bill McClellan Memorial Day


You can contact him at his FB page or just Google him and it will take you to his St. Louis Post-Dispatch address.

I don’t know about any of you who served, but I can assure you I was surrounded by heroes every single day of my career. Any man or woman who swore to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the people of that country knowing that they might have to give up their own life every single day starts out as a hero.

What an idiot

Mister Mac


One thought on “Nothing Heroic?

  1. He’s at least a misguided fool but, the only defense I’ll make of him is this: He served in Vietnam as a Marine and gladly includes himself amongst the unheroic.

    That said, he’s wrong every person who signed that contract, is a hero in my book, even Bill McClellan. I bet Little Mac is so proud.

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