As we celebrate this patriotic holiday, it also honors our president for his valor and outstanding combat qualifications from 50 years ago. Following military high school, by 1968 he was proudly draft-dodging around the campus of the University of Pennsylvania as a grad student at the Wharton School of Business.
Of course, if any members of the draft board were nearby then, they’d see that he had a sudden limp due to alleged bone spurs on one of his gastrocnemius muscles. He also had applied for and received four non-medical student draft deferments. With a heavy heart, he was physically and emotionally unable to serve in what he now calls “our great military”.
Therefore, to mark the holiday would he order a heroic statue of himself as a bemedalled Commander in Chief Donald Trump to be erected by the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington DC? Warning: don’t any of you disrespectful combat vets and Gold Star families dare to try to tear it down by its bone spurs!