Bayonet Makers Up In Arms following Obama’s Debate ‘Belittling’

October 23, 2012
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ANN ARBOR, MI (TheBadgerCA) – Steve Canner is not a happy man following last night’s final presidential debate.  Coming into last night’s debate, Canner was undecided as to which of the two presidential hopeful he would vote for.  That indecision ended once President Obama rebuked a comment from Romney about Romney’s proposed injection of funding into the military.

No Longer Wanted on the Voyage

In the debate, Obama responded to Romney’s desire to increase the navy that had fewer ships in it since 1917 by saying “Well, Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets, because the nature of our military’s changed.”“When Obama decided to take a run at me and my livelihood, well, I knew he wasn’t getting my vote”, said Canner.  Canner, 48, owner of International Knife and Blade in Ann Arbor, MI, a company that among their specialties is the creation of replica and new bayonets.  “He’s taken a run at my job, my company.  It was belittling. When someone’s out of bullets on the battlefield, what are they going to use to stab their victim?  ObamaCare?”

Canner stated that thought he thought he would not vote Obama, he was waiting specifically for a message from the Republican Party that was definitively pro-bayonet.  He conceded that mention of any knife would also be considered positive from either side.

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