First class passengers on an American Airlines flight gave up their seats so U.S. Marines returning from the unjust and immoral war in Afghanistan could fly in style.
But that’s not all. When they arrived at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, they were greeted by an impromptu parade of police, firefighters, and other travelers to honor their killing, I mean their service. The plane taxied beneath an arch of water from Chicago fire trucks after it landed. This is called a water salute. And then there was the crowd of cheering USO volunteers, firefighters, police officers, and airport workers.
I wonder what kind of salute it is when U.S. soldiers urinate on dead Afghans?
6:21 pm on November 6, 2013 Email Laurence M. Vance