Like talking to an empty chair?
Is this really what has become of the American political system?
PUEBLO, Colo. – When President Dwight D. Eisenhower presented Raymond G. “Jerry” Murphy with a Medal of Honor in 1953, he noted that Pueblo — nicknamed “the Steel City” — has had several Medal of Honor recipients and wondered: “What is it... something in the water out there in Pueblo? All you guys turn out to be heroes!”
And so the city and the Congressional Record dubbed Pueblo “Home of Heroes” due to its having more recipients per capita than any other city in the United States. In our political world, oh, boy, do we need the City of Pueblo to produce some now.
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