Duckworth's op-ed goes after conservative Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson, who recently questioned Duckworth's patriotism by suggesting that she didn't love her country. Naturally, Duckworth, who lost her legs while serving as a soldier in the U.S. military in Iraq, took umbrage over Carlson's attack and responded quite vociferously in her op-ed.
Much of the controversy involves meaningless exchanges that regularly take place between Democrats and Republicans, liberals and conservatives. That's mostly because both leftists and rights believe in the welfare-warfare state way of life.
But there is one aspect of Duckworth's op-ed that deserves addressing because it so clearly shows that when it comes to war, the left-wing is as morally obtuse as the right wing.
Even knowing how my tour in Iraq would turn out, even knowing that I'd lose both my legs in a battlefield just north of Baghdad in late 2004, I would do it all over again. Because if there's anything that my ancestors' service taught me, it's the importance of protecting our founding values, including every American's right to speak out.
So while I would put on my old uniform and go to war all over again to protect the right of Tucker Carlson and Donald Trump to say offensive things on TV and Twitter….