Romney " I was too important to serve in Vietnam." Really Mitt?!?!?! So does that mean that you were more important than the American Casualties that DID serve in Vietnam because their Dad's couldn't get them MULTIPLE deferments?
Romney was exempt during the Vietnam War because he's a Mormon, yet he demonstrated IN FAVOR of the draft law that sent other men to Vietnam. He went to France instead. Call it what it is; Romney is a draft dodger and a coward!
Lauber is the gay kid that Romney terrorized in his youth. Mitt laughed throughout the interview where he talked about this incident. Even if you are a republican, you have to admit something is seriously not right with this man.
READ: Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone: "His legendary flip-flops aren't the lies of a bumbling opportunist – they're the confident prevarications of a man untroubled by misleading the people in pursuit of a single, all-consuming goal. Romney has a vision, & he's trying for something big, we've just been too slow to sort out what it is, just as we've been slow to grasp the radical economic changes that have swept the country. Romney's run has been a shimmering pearl of perfect political…
Rape is rape. And the idea that we should be parsing and qualifying and slicing what types of rape we are talking about doesn't make sense to the American people and certainly doesn't makes sense to me. So what I think these comments do underscore is why we shouldn't have a bunch of politicians, a majority of whom are men, making health care decisions on behalf of women. #feminism Thank you President Obama!
Disgusting! How could we have stood by as a country and allowed this man to disgrace us so long? Where were the religious nuts and NRA crazies when ya needed them? If it wasn't for Obama I'd never trust a president again after Bush and creeper Cheney. GOP go away, you haven't gotten any better.~~~I know I pinned this already, but it bears repeating!!!! And I agree with the person who wrote the line above mine!
Vietnam-Era Zippos Engraved With Soldier's Personalities
This collection of Vietnam War lighters was assembled and sourced by Bradford Edwards for his book “Vietnam Zippos” and the 282 lighters were recently available for auction. The engravings range from sentimental to shocking, and together they paint a unique, personalized picture of the U.S. troops during Vietnam.