Col. Bud Day is a remarkable man, a medal of honor winner who fought in WWII, again in Korea and in Vietnam, combat service spanning from 1942 to 1974, more than 30 years.
Bud Day was also a POW, one of the most heroic pilots in US history and the most decorated military man alive:
Bud was 17 when he joined the Marine Corp, and had to pester his parents for permission! Bud has some serious fruit salad, a real-deal hero, having received some seventy decorations, the majority for actions in combat, including a Medal of Honor:
Bud Day is now a lawyer and still stirring up controversy with an alleged “racially tinged” comment.
Bud is now 85 years old and he had this insight about Obama’s excessive use of a teleprompter:
“You've got the black one with the reading thing. He can go as fast as the speed of light and has no idea what he's saying”.
Of course, a bunch of Goddamn liberal hippies who are not worthy to shine his shoes are calling for a street named after Col. Day to be re-named . . .
What a load of hippie crap.
Give me a break, he is 85 years old . . .
As far as I’m concerned any Medal of Honor winner can say whatever he wants, he has earned the right. . .