Bush Vetoes Surrender Bill With Pen From Fallen Soldier's Father

George Bush vetoed the surrender bill with a pen given to him by the father of Marine Cpl. Dustin Derga, killed in Anbar May 8, 2005.

Robert Derga was in the group of Gold Star families who met Bush in the Oval Office two weeks ago. He wanted Bush to use the pen to veto that bill, and called back to make sure he was going to do it.

Jules Crittenden has a hero’s reaction to the democrat’s surrender.

Meanwhile… The democrats had their own pen to sign the bill.

It went well with their white feather surrender legislation.

RedState has more on the story behind “The Pen”.

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