Sunday, February 22, 2015

Hilary Clinton “remembers” coming under fire as she climbed out of a helicopter in Bosnia. Brian Williams “remembers” being in a helicopter that was fired on in Afghanistan. Bill O’Reilly recently claimed that he had covered the Falkland War in a combat zone. A colleague said that, rather than a “combat zone,” it was an “expense account zone.”
A lot of people didn’t trust Hilary or anyone connected with the lame stream media, but a new revelation comes as a huge shock. It turns out that Carl Perrin, beloved publisher of Leisure Times, has his own story that doesn’t quite add up.
Perrin, as you may know, was in the army during the Korean War. From time to time he tells about crawling through the mud while machine guns fired overhead. According to his story, he crawled over logs and under barbed wire while explosions erupted all around him.

It all sounds scary, but recently we learned that although he was in the army during the Korean War, he never came within thousands of miles of Korea. Perrin insisted that the story was true. “I never said it was in combat,” he protested. “It was the obstacle course in basic training.”

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