Quoting CBS Golf anal clown David Feherty:
From my own experience visiting the troops in the Middle East, I can tell you this, though: despite how the conflict has been portrayed by our glorious media, if you gave any U.S. soldier a gun with two bullets in it, and he found himself in an elevator with Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and Osama bin Laden, there's a good chance that Nancy Pelosi would get shot twice, and Harry Reid and bin Laden would be strangled to death. I've never met a soldier who didn't love this president and this country, and I've met a bunch of them, at home and abroad, in hospitals and in theater. At Walter Reed, Bethesda Naval Medical Center, and the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, I have visited dozens of patients, and I always ask of them before I leave: "What do you want to do when you get out?" No matter how broken or burned, or how many limbs they are missing, they give only one answer: "I want to go back. I want to rejoin my team, to finish our mission." They are rightfully proud of what they have done and want nothing more than to be with their brothers and sisters in arms, because they know the consequences if their job is left unfinished.
Why do Republicans hate America? why must they act out their hatred in violence? One thing we have seen over and over since November Conservatives hate America and everything it stands for. For what it's worth I don't see Feherty losing his job not with CBS. The Conservative Broadcasting Company
Late Edit. Feherety is a crazy drunk.
Feherty still isn’t sure if he drank because he was depressed or was depressed because he drank. For a long time he didn’t realize what was wrong, that he had a mental illness. But he now knows those two sick bedfellows conspired to lure him down an alley so dark that his family’s foundation cracked.
Alcohol and depression tend to hold hands. And so it was that Feherty, a self-described “spectacular drunk,” medicated himself with the wrong tonic, the hard kind. He spiraled downward to the point he needed a second bottle of whiskey “just to get a buzz,” to the point that watching grim developments on the nightly news made him sad for days.
“I felt I needed to drink to get rid of the pain,” said Feherty, the former European Ryder Cup player turned CBS golf announcer. “Depression is when you lose hope. I just couldn’t see a way out.”
The long trail of empty liquor bottles over those three to four years, though, has led to a happy, reformed present. Down about 40 pounds, he has reclaimed a joyful home life, far different from those dreadful times when his wife, Anita, says she was on “pins and needles” and kept the kids away from him.Oh those Christian Conservatives.