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10.21.2012

Pre-Packaged Obituaries



Former presidential candidate George McGovern died last night. Today's New York Times obituary of him was written by a guy who died six years ago.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's amazing that he knew on what date George McGovern would die. That man was seriously underpaid.

Anonymous said...

That was one of George bush's feats.

According to democrats he demanded all obits to be pre-written.

Bush's fault.

Anonymous said...

Good Riddance!

Anonymous said...

".....tearing Wallace stickers off the bumpers of cars....and he voted for George mcGovern for president."

Anonymous said...

George bush killed mcgovern.


Signed,
Obama lover

Anonymous said...

Good Riddance!

4:17 PM

4:17, It might interest you to know that George McGovern volunteered for service just after Pearl Harbor. As a member of the Army Air Forces, flying a B-24 Liberator, McGovern flew 35 bombing missions in Europe. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, for successfully landing his huge bomber on a small airfield on the island of Vis, saving the lives of his crew, after the plane was hit with flak, knocking out one engine, and setting another on fire. He also was awarded the Air Medal, with three Oak Leaf Clusters.

I'm sure things like that don't mean anything to you. That's why pound for pound, he was 10 times the man you'll ever be.

Goober said...

4:17
I had the same thoughts about you, not your death, just in relation to this blog. MORON!!!

Katy Anders said...

That's amazing.

Frankly, though, if the dead are going to start writing for the NYT, I can think of a couple topics that would be more interesting.

Dead people writing obituaries is so cliche.

Dead people writing about where they live, or their travel plans, or about their current view on the afterlife... now THAT I would read!

Anonymous said...

Way to go 12:57!! A Man should be known for ALL his deeds. Good or BAd. Thats the measure of a Man.

Anonymous said...

John Holmes was a man known for his measure.

Anonymous said...

12:57, All that and he still became a liberal....I stand by my statement!