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Yesterday, Greg Gutfeld and Dana Perino spent some time with wounded veterans at Rivergate Park in Cleveland.

The vets were kayaking in the Cuyahoga River, using adaptive kayaks designed for heroes who have lost limbs or experienced other injuries in combat.

"We were face-to-face with some profoundly inspiring people. It made our questions seem meek," Gutfled said. "Asking a legless veteran about his hobbies or a blind hero how he likes the water, you feel pretty small."

He said he quickly discovered that the vets want to be treated like anyone else, without letting their disabilities change their lives.

"And none of them had any use for politics," Gutfled said. "They had bigger oars to row."

Watch the moving video above.


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