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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
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Topic - Patrick Hughes
For Vietnam veteran and professional photographer Patrick Hughes, the self-portrait he would have shot back in 1993 would not have been a particularly cheerful one.
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He noted that the remains of POWs from other wars have been returned to their families.
The ride provides an environment of camaraderie for the gathered veterans and supporters, something Mr. Hughes said he badly needed when he first attended the event in 20 years ago.