WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2020
TRUMP’S 1091st DAY IN OFFICE
AND THIS IS VETERANS DAY IN AMERICA ON TRUMP’S “E-DAY+08”
The Breakfast Brigade
Reveille was 0530 this morning when members of the Anderson Veterans Society of all races, creeds, and sexual orientations began boarding buses for the Seventh Annual Veterans Day Grub Crawl at Ohio Second District Congressman “Bronze Star Brad” Wenstrup’s Office, located at 7954 PFC James Miller IV and Staff Sergeant Richard T. Pummill Memorial Highway (aka Beechmont Avenue), so Anderson Veterans could visit every one of the 487 area restaurants in Anderson and the surrounding tri-state areas offering Free Food for Veterans on Veterans Day 2019.
First stop was for Breakfast with some Navy Veterans at Bob Evans (Hotcakes, brioche French toast, and the country biscuit breakfast, along with a Bob Evans Farm Boy and Country Fried Steak for good measure). Unfortunately, another bus full of freeloaders arrived ahead of ours, and the line to get in was too long, and many of our veterans remembered all those times they’d said, “When I get out of the Army I’m never going to stand in line to eat again, even if it is free.”
So it was back on the bus to swap war stories with the Army Infantry Veterans at IHOP (Red, White & Blue Pancakes, which come with glazed strawberries (red), blueberry compote (blue), and whipped cream (white.)
Then we heard about bombing missions from Air Force Veterans at Denny’s (Build Your Own Grand Slam®)
Then there was a quick stop with Marine Corps Veterans at White Castle (Breakfast Combo)
During all those morning meals, Anderson Veterans were talking about how there had been no really large-scale terrorist attacks on American soil since 9/11, and how Donald Trump’s 2016 election had meant patriotism would be back in style. Yesterday was the Marine Corps’ 245th birthday, but Leathernecks had to buy their own cake, since this year because of the virus there would be no scarfing down at the Patriot Center, where the Anderson Township Veterans Memorial Committee would again be serving a complimentary dinner with live entertainment, like last year’s “Veterans of Comedy,” where no laugh was left behind.
So for all those unnamed heroes who’ve returned and those other volunteer members of the Armed Services and reservists who still may depart to protect us from all those murdering terrorist bastards overseas, you have our thanks. It’ll never make up for all your sacrifices, but at least it’s something. And for what it’s worth, our Quote for Today Committee would like to add this line from Benjamin Franklin: “There never was a good war or a bad peace.”
Veterans Day Commemorative Cartoons
VETERANS DAY HOT LINE
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