Was General Mattis's Remarks about Bone Spurs an insult to Handicapped Folks everywhere?
or just for the Fat Bone Spur in the White House.
- Jerry SLv 79 months ago
no, just the current occupant of the White House, Trump.
- tigeressLv 79 months ago
No, Trump is a pathological liar, a thief, and a coward. It would be extremely rare for a twenty-year-old Trump to have bone spurs which is more common in the elderly who has some form of autoimmune disorder such as arthritis. It is more common to grow on the spine and is extremely painful. However, it can be treated and repaired. It is a handicap just as the disease of arthritis.
- 9 months ago
Only for those whose "handicaps" are purely imaginary and certified by a quack doctor. Mattis made no mention of Trump's very REAL intellectual, emotional, and psychiatric disabilities. Or his apparent functional illiteracy, which may be caused by his hamberder diet.
- MardukLv 79 months ago
NO! Only to the moron in the WH!
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- The MoronLv 69 months ago
Maybe an insult to Meryl Streep.
- Elwood BluesLv 79 months ago
Nope. General Mattis's remarks were highly targeted at individuals whose bone spurs never affect college athletics but come and go conveniently to avoid icky things like serving one's country.
- numbnuts222Lv 79 months ago
They were imaginary bone spurs, so people with imaginary disabilities are up in arms
- Anonymous9 months ago
Commander Bone Spurs is an insult to the American people.
- 9 months ago
Only if they let it be
I thought Handicapped people were tougher than that
- MercuriLv 79 months ago
No. Trump used "bone spurs" as an excuse to dodge the military. He doesn't have bone spurs.