WATCH THE VIDEO HERE
"A legal doctrine that prevents people who are injured as a result of military service from successfully suing the federal government under the Federal Tort Claims Act. The doctrine comes from the U.S. Supreme Court case Feres v. United States, in which servicemen who picked up highly radioactive weapons fragments from a crashed airplane were not permitted to recover damages from the government. Also known as the Feres-Stencel doctrine or the Feres rule." (Feres Vs. United States, December 4, 1950)
I hope you made it to the end of the clip and saw that after everything Marine Sgt. Carmelo Rodriguez's family had to pay for his military funeral because the misdiagnosed "condition" had forced him to retire... 29 years old.
*A huge thanks to My Favorite Pastor for posting this story...I had no idea.
"...Ultimately, you festering pieces of putrid fecal matter can’t stand the sight of a Marine because it reminds you that you aren’t one. It reminds you that you have done NOTHING with your life that makes a difference..."
Thanks to the beautiful Tammi for linking that or I would have missed it.
In one of the Hillary ads, that's been invading my house ad nauseam, she touts "35 years of experience". Personally, I'd like itemized documentation on that...