Michale160 wrote: Yeah, I remember him landing on the aircraft carrier as if he was still a fighter pilot and declaring mission accomplished just as the war was ramping up. Pure class.
Moron, the banner was displayed on the carrier proclaiming their mission was accomplished as they returned to port to be reunited with their families. You obviously never served a deployment to a war zone or you would understand the significance of that proclamation. The fact that GWB chose to honor them for a job well done speaks volumes about his character.