It seems that Patrick McHenry has fired back at the now very famous (even now on MSNBC!) video of Patrick McHenry calling a soldier (or something to that regard) "two bit", after the soldier correctly denied him access to a gym. So, what's the deal? Does McH get off because he called a "foreign national" a "two bit" instead of an American soldier?
Answer: No, it's worse. Here's why.
First off, let me explain the situation. At a local Lincoln county dinner of some sort, Patrick McHenry told a story about him "bravely" missing a missile attack in a Baghdad green zone. Long story short, McH woke up in the morning to go to the gym, was denied access because he had no credentials, pitched a hissy fit for 30 minutes by some "two bit" guard who refused to let him in just because he was a Distinguished Visitor, and then marched back to take a shower- when the Green Zone was hit by missiles, promptly destroying the gym.