The Democratic Party today not only is hostile toward the U.S. military, they are also ignorant. They haven’t the foggiest idea what our warships and fighter planes look like, and so confuse those of other countries with ours. To Democrats, they all look alike.
Neil Munro reports for The Daily Caller, Sept. 17, 2012, that the mix-up happened during the final night of the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, NC, on Sept. 6, shortly before the POS accepted his party’s nomination for a second term. The convention projected images of warships and fighter jets in a giant stage backdrop, intended to illustrate the Democratic Party’s support for military personnel and veterans.
The problem is neither the warships nor the fighter jets were those of the United States.
On Sept. 12, after the Navy Times reported that the convention had used a photo of four Soviet-era Russian warships with their distinct radars and blue-cross motif Russian naval flags, the Democrats issued an apology. (NAVAL EXPERT: Ships shown during Democratic convention tribute to veterans were Russian)
Now we find that the F-5 fighter planes flying in a seven-plane formation depicted in the same huge image, which convention-goers assumed were American fighter planes, are actually part of the air force of Turkey, a country whose government is now jailing journalists and establishing Islam as a state religion.
This latest discovery was also reported by the Navy Times, from a tip.
Brad Woodhouse, a spokesman for the Democratic National Committee, did not respond when the The Daily Caller asked why the convention planners displayed Turkish-flown aircraft alongside Russian warships while seeking support from the American military community.
This is not a serious political party.
It’s the party of Bozo the Clown.