Last Man Standing VFW visit


Last Man Standing VFW visit
    Eve visits the VFW 
    From S02E11
    
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    1. This show was very biased. Not surprised it was cancelled, had someone who was against the pledge of allegiance but couldn’t even explain why. There are countless of thorough explanations as to why people do not stand for the flag and why they do not associate the flags with the military. I have vets in my family or close circle who feel the same way.

    2. Ed Alzate is the only person in Pop Culture that actually has my last name and pronounces it like me and he is played by the amazing Hector Elizondo!

    3. People who never served their fellow man will never understand a show like this. The vast majority of snowflakes have only one thing in mind and that is themselves. They put on a great show about "caring" for other people but it is only talk. My brothers and sisters in uniform did not just talk, we served our fellow Americans. Not all of us came back in one piece. However, the one thing all of us who served have in common—we did it because it was the right thing to do. We did not do it to get a thank you. We served because America is the greatest country on earth and deserves to be served. So, if the communist snowflakes don't like this show—-who cares?

    4. I dont think women were in combat roles as point man who other i could be wrong though. Also i cringed at the call of duty part the show was awesome they should bring it back

    5. Did that trip myself more than once – Route Irish – but I came home in one piece. even after surviving 2 IEDs in our convoys, then I went to AFG – and was lucky there too, not a scratch, even after over 75 rocket strikes.. Would go back in a heartbeat if they needed me