Yeah, but the moment they feel politically safe telling us how they really feel, they spew hatred towards our troops (and vote that way if they can). Same with a lot of other pretend-game tricks they pull.
Trust that BONES...believe that if Chris didn't know for SURE that he wouldn't be choking on his teeth, he would have been more than comfortable instinct vets front of one.
His motivation is cowardice, not respect
I don’t have to thank anyone for their service in Iraq because I was against sending them there so their choice to go was of no service to me, and choosing to stay home would not have been doing me any disservice, however, I do admire their intention to be of service.
@ CHET HEMPSTEAD
What a worthless post. You have no clue as to what your post indicates other than the words you thought were of value.
You stated "I don’t have to thank anyone for their service in Iraq because I was against sending them there so their choice to go was of no service to me" demonstrates you seriously misunderstand global implications regarding global politics. Other than what is assumed, please, for the love of interest, share with the rest of us 'why' you were against sending them so as it "was no service to me."
One thing that appears to be certain, if you had your freedom or more of your freedoms taken from you (AND IT'S COMING WITH THE DIRECTION OF THE COUNTRY), you'd be wholely grateful for those who were standing up in arms for your rights.
I was against sending them to Iraq because Iraq and Saddam Hussein were never a threat to my rights and safety or the security of this country. Going there to fight to overthrow the government was of no service to me, but as I said I do admire the good intentions of those who allowed themselves to be convinced that it was.
October 4, 2012 at 3:49pm
. . . that priceless moment when years of being verbally fellated backfires and reality takes a baseball bat to your backside, handle last. I wish I could’ve seen the tears on the pillow last night.
October 3, 2012 at 3:14am
Sure, the video’s bad, but it won’t change anyone’s mind, and it certainly wasn’t as damning as I hoped it would be. It wasn’t as much of a let-down as the Breitbart video (posthumous), but it was pretty close. Drudge and Hannity need to tone it down before the big “reveal.” It’s not a game-changer, so don’t treat it that way. The left will keep defending their Dear Leader, and nothing short of Obama calling white people “stupid crackers” will change their collective mind–and maybe not even then, if the white guilt is at a boil.
October 3, 2012 at 3:05am
In terms of detriment to the country via social programs and debt, we were screwed before Obama–he’s simply the culminating point of the disaster. I’m thinking he’ll win again, barely, and that’ll be the final nail in the coffin containing U.S. greatness.
October 2, 2012 at 5:52pm
At least he had the correct body-type for this manner of breakdown. We can’t have any svelte, Kony 2012-types doing this sort of thing. THIS is the realm of 50-year-old walrus-impersonating virgins.
October 2, 2012 at 5:34pm
When Jesus said his existence would “bring the sword,” this is what he meant. I hope God gives Tice peace after these people sever his brain stem. I’d like to think I’d have the courage to profess my faith in Christ throughout that horror, but I can see he’s partially given up, and he’s only a man like me. I don’t think God will free this man, but we can ask that He forgives Tice and takes him home.
October 2, 2012 at 12:44am
I’ll never understand why this lispy imbecile was given a platform on national television. Maybe Sharpton could explain it to me. To her point, however, I wanted to ask how race is a matter of will, but the temptation to make a “little ‘engine’ that could” reference was simultaneously overwhelming and a tad racist.