A Bayonet company recently expressed their discontent with Barack Obama’s “Horses and Bayonets” statement at the 3rd and final Presidential Debate.
Our buddies at TMZ spoke with some people in a bayonet industry who said they were not happy with what was said about the Bayonet during the debate.
The infamous Horses and Bayonets statement was a worldwide trending topic on Twitter. Barack Obama said:
You mentioned the Navy, for example, and that we have fewer ships than we did in 1916. Well, Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets, because the nature of our military’s changed.
It is a fact that Bayonets are still commonly used in today’s Military because of their effectiveness in close combat.
In a statement obtained by TMZ, Dan Riker from Bayonet Inc. said he won’t be voting for Obama “And I didn’t vote for him last election either.”
Maybe the statement should’ve been Horses and Muskets?