A 100-year-old Tuskegee airmen was honored at the State of the Union address on Tuesday night, providing inspiration for everyone watching. Brigadier General Charles McGee flew combat missions in World War II, and the Korean and Vietnam war., and is one of the Air Force’s most distinguished career officers.
Asked what he thought of the event McGee said he enjoyed it, though he realized during the course of the evening that his advancing years must be catching up with him when he swore he could see right wing radio shock jock Rush Limbaugh being presented with the Presidential Medal of Freedom right there during the speech.
“Better get my eyes checked I suppose.”
He is also concerned about his hearing, as he is certain he heard the refrain “Four More Years” being chanted repeatedly.
“Which is obviously impossible given I was at the State of the Union address and not some tawdry political event or fraternity house.”
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