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November 3, 2007

WWII Hero Cremated to Avoid Grave Desecration by Moonbats

Retired Brigadier General Paul Tibbets died Thursday at the age of 92. Regarded by his commandant General Henry "Hap" Arnold as "the best damned pilot" in the Army Air Forces during WWII, Tibbets was chosen to lead the 509th Composite Group, a top secret military unit formed to be the first to wage nuclear war. He piloted the specially reconfigured B-29 that dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, helping to save the lives of as many as 1 million American servicemen.

Tibbets commented on the attitude of moonbats who have showered vilification upon him as a reward for his key role in securing American victory:

Our young people don't know anything about what happened because nobody taught them and now their minds are being filled up with things that aren't true.

That pretty much sums up modern education. The saddest part of Tibbets' story:

Because he feared giving protesters a place to demonstrate, Tibbets did not want a funeral or headstone, [longtime friend Gerry] Newhouse said. He requested that his ashes be scattered over the North Atlantic Ocean.

Not even the graves of our Greatest Generation are safe from moonbat desecration.

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Paul Tibbets, center, with his crew.

On a tip from baldeagle390.

Posted by Van Helsing at November 3, 2007 10:48 AM

Comments

Brigadier General Tibbets deserves a statue.

Posted by: Kevin at November 3, 2007 12:39 PM

The plane still exists, let that be their monument.

Posted by: KHarn at November 3, 2007 1:39 PM

In a stunning case of denial, Moonbat protesters choose to ignore the two Democrat presidents that developed and dropped the bombs.

Posted by: CharlieDontSurf at November 3, 2007 2:48 PM

I don't mind that he was cremated & scattered over the Atlantic. I'll look on the Atlantic with that much more admiration. A tough job for a tough individual. That's the America I grew up with.

Posted by: Corona at November 3, 2007 5:48 PM

Anyone read the works of Benjamin Freedman? I'm talking about the manuscript the hidden tyranny. I guess king moonbat forgot something, the truth was always out there and WWII was more like operation shut up a pissed off nation. Hope moonbats stuff this one in their crack pipes and smoke till their heads explode.

Posted by: sneaker73 at November 3, 2007 9:16 PM