05 Dec 2018

95-Year-Old Bob Dole Gets Out of Wheelchair to Stand and Salute George Bush

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Former US Sen. Bob Dole, who’s 95-years-old, on Tuesday stood up from his wheelchair in the US Capitol Rotunda to salute the casket of former President George H.W. Bush.

It was an emotional, powerful moment, particularly given the history the two men share.

Like Bush, the former Republican senator is a war hero and served with distinction in World War II. Dole salutes with his left hand because of injuries he sustained during the war that have impacted his mobility.

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Nori

We kneel to no one but the Lord, our God.
RIP GHWB.



Seattle Sam

Watch him and think of the effort it took to do that. Because that’s what military men do. Whatever it takes. Sadly, that’s a generation the likes of which we’ll not see again.



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