Don Young, Man with the Steel Trap Mind

Brian Zick

Alaska Republican Don Young takes advantage of the opportunity to reinforce his well-deserved reputation. From CONGRESSMAN YOUNG’S REMARKS ON THE WAR IN IRAQ, February 15, 2007: Beginning in 1916-1917, in World War I (which my father fought in and where five of my cousins were killed and where fortunately or unfortunately I did not serve, but I know many of my colleagues did)… Which would mean that his many colleagues are somewhere around 110 years old (fortunately or unfortunately).

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