Wednesday, September 10, 2008


A military veteran on honor:
... I believe that past honorable service and dedication to duty and country does not immunize one against poor judgment, failure or even from doing the wrong thing. I believe that ones honor is not something one does once and then puts it on a shelf where it shines forever. Honor is second by second, minute by minute, hour by hour and year by year. It is only as untarnished and undiminished as ones past and ones last action.
John McCain acts like his past displays of honor and courage somehow give him cover for acting dishonorably now. This is akin to thinking that drinking a diet soda will offset the calories in the hamburger he is eating.

Past honor does not immunize you from future accusations of dishonor. It makes greater the demand that you act honorably.

John McCain is a dishonorable man.


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