Friday, December 02, 2005
Lesson for Today

2 comments:

Blogger One Veteran said...

The difference between the revolutionary war and the war in Iraq is that the first was fought by citizens for their own freedom, and the second is being fought by professional soldiers for someone else's freedom. Is it worth it?

I won't die for it. Or fight for it again.

Anonymous Sarge5 said...

OVV, and no one would expect you to. Our ALL VOLUNTARY ARMED FORCES ARE NOT BUSTED, NOT TIRED, NOT SECOND TO ANYONE. THEY ARE FIGHTING OUR NATIONS BATTLES.
So you selfishly only want freedom for yourself. I can understand that, that, and a cetain amount of fear.
Just because you are afraid to put it on the line for someone else doesn't mean the effort is flawed...you are flawed, and probably a little racist, after all, the other people you don't think deserve freedom are dark skinned.

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