PATRIOTS: A funny story

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With all the attention to patriotism emanating from the White House with regard to the national anthem at football games, honoring the flag and veterans, etc., I remember the story of the little patriot who got five deferments to dodge the draft, who was proud not to pay taxes, who stated that he could grab women by their you-know-what because he thought he was famous, who mentioned that he could shoot somebody in New York and still be elected, who wants to build a wall to keep Mexican rapists out, who is married to a foreign model who was illegally paid for modeling before getting an immigrant work permit. Guess who this great patriot is?

JUERGEN NOLTHENIUS

Coeur d’Alene

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