In the long run moonbats don’t stand a chance, so long as there are countermoonbats made out of the same stuff as Todd Love:
Covered in mud, five hours after starting, triple amputee Corporal Todd Love charges to the finish line after competing over ten miles of rugged terrain across 75 obstacles in an event called The Beast.
Having lost both his legs and an arm in Afghanistan in 2010, this weekend Love took to Leesburg, Virginia, in an extreme endurance test called The Spartan Race with his eight-man … Team X.T.R.E.M.E.
Made up of wounded servicemen and women, the team helped Love scale eight-foot high walls, speed along high-wires, crawl through mud and bound across the ground as they honoured their ongoing mission to raise awareness of the nation’s wounded heroes.
As if the course weren’t enough of a challenge, Love wore a mask and visor that restricted his breathing.
The third-generation Marine’s vow:
“I will promise I will never let what I can’t do interfere with what I can do.”
Other things he has been proving he can do include skiing, skydiving, surfing, alligator wrestling, and learning to play Bach on the piano.
Meanwhile, 1,304,851 Americans are currently collecting other people’s money in the form of “disability” payments because they claim to suffer from “mood disorders.” Love could take on all of them at once with his last remaining limb tied behind his back.
More on Team X-T.R.E.M.E. here.
On a tip from AC.