September 27, 2008

Obama had to read the bracelet

to remember the name of the soldier on it during last night's debate:

Via the incomparable Michelle Malkin at Hot Air.

FURTHER YIPS: Babs, my bracelet bears the name of SGT Alfred G. Paredez who rode with my transition team from time to time. He died on November 21, 2007, along with an Iraqi patriot who served his country and ours as a translater. Saint George, partron saint of all who ride to battle under the crossed sabers, pray for them.

Posted by LMC at September 27, 2008 06:23 AM | TrackBack

USMC LT Ron Winchester... I don't have a bracelet, I just have a hole in my heart.
He was the 1st USNA grad to die in Iraq and, through the USNA Parent's Club, my pen pal.
I don't need to look at anything to remember his name. I will never forget his name.

Posted by: Babs at September 27, 2008 09:29 AM

Obama's bracelet is from a woman for whom a soldier's life and death is all about her, a Cindy Sheehan hugging-the-grave mother. Obama can relate to this sociopathic personality, having seen his own mother live her life the same way, selfishly. Obama stated in the debate that he believes the soldier dies for the Commander-in-Chief and that it is the CIC that gives that death value. More hubris from The One. He should ask McCain what gives a military death value, not Jeremiah Wright and William Ayres.

Posted by: twolaneflash at September 27, 2008 05:52 PM