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Grounded by staff at his care home, Bernard Jordan faced missing out on an emotional return to the D-Day beaches. So, summoning up the spirit and determination of June 6, 1944, he hatched a cunning plan to join his old comrades in honouring the fallen.
With his medals hidden under his coat, the 89-year-old told his carers he was off for a walk. Instead he boarded a coach for France.
“Not very elegant, the Obama attitude in the middle of the ceremony,” another user said, while yet another added, “Is there anyone who will ask Barack Obama to stop chewing on his gum like a cowboy?”
originally posted by: Thefarmer
The man is a hero and should of been dropped off in a limo ...