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Mike H.
Spokane
The last time I looked I was alive.
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And you're singing the same old stale song of a previous decade. Pot meet kettle.
"He fed the people bullshit and they slurped it up. Why??" Because life has gotten boring and they hope that he changes it. Never fear, we'll all be the first to know when he's successful.
"The investigators found as many as one-third of the ballots cast for Karzai in the Aug. 20 election had been fraudulent." Was ACORN involved?
Mr. Sparkle it may surprise you (or not) that I don't care. They may not have engaged in hostile acts but the MILITARY thought that they were illegal combatants and I'll go with the guys in the field over management personnel of an organization that leaks secret info like a sieve. Here's hoping that you remain terrified of Addington. Maybe you'll decide to refrain from any acts of your own.
Toggle Commented Jul 14, 2008 on More manufactured Obama outrage at BlackFive
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Tantor, "After all, if he witnessed a bloody car accident and photographed mutilated civilians dying within, would he posting those so proudly on his website?" Yes he would and would say something to the effect that if it bleeds it leads. A rather disgusting indictment of the journalistic profession. There is an oldest profession and then there is a lowest profession, with all due respect to those of quality in that endeavour, he belongs to the latter via the former.
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YS, perhaps you can tell me when 1600 wouldn't be eight bells. Are you trying to say that old man time stands the dog watch too? Also, when I was aboard ship, I was on the wheel and don't remember tacking to the wind so there are probably a number of things that capable mariners do that went out the scupper from the 19th century. One was rope yarn sunday, which when we had it had nothing to do with rebuilding rope or mending clothing or sail.
Toggle Commented May 14, 2008 on The Language of the Sea at BlackFive
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BDS is all over the place isn't it?
Toggle Commented May 2, 2008 on Mission Accomplished? at BlackFive
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Tomorrow this will all be behind us.
Toggle Commented Apr 2, 2008 on A Difficult Decision at BlackFive
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R. Stanton Scott, God commanded man to go to war a number of times. Why would he require something that he hadn't designed into man. Part of the duty of man is to overcome the natural inclination to combat and find ways to coexist. We have a sexual drive that causes friction. We're instructed by God to keep it in check under normal circumstances and use it for the most good. Attention to duty shows fealty,
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It's now traitorous to despise the enemy and his minions? Son, your loopy logic betrays your assertion that you're a vet. Maybe you can go down to the army-navy store and buy your veteran's status. BTW, give those dates back to the guy that you stole them from. You non-hacker. Run boy, run!
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Giving me the period of your service isn't isn't a guarantor of your possession of a spine Jeff. Beauchamp managed to make it through basic, look what he turned out to be. The lessons that you should have learned in the performance of your duties evidently didn't take hold and the entire time that you supposedly spent in the service was a waste. Think about it, you go into an organization that is based on the fact that you might be called on to end someone's life or have him end yours. Your training not only teaches you how to accomplish your mission but it teaches you how to identify your enemy and provides you with previous examples of his actions. From this you deduce the fallacious idea that you can reason with him? He's going to kill you or you're going to kill him, you start reasoning and he kills you, ipso, a total waste of any training that you've received. You've managed to make it all the way through training and service and missed it, completely. Then we turn to the other lessons that you were supposed to learn and we have to wonder who the hell it was that taught you that this country wasn't worth living in and why you even bothered to go in to the service. It's not an adventure, it's a job? I would like to wish you a happy veterans day but it seems that I would be remiss were I to even wish you a happy Guy Fawkes day.
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Ya know Jeffy I don't think that you're a Coast Guardsman, most Coast Guardsmen that I knew when I was a Squid, had a backbone. They needed to have one due to the nature of their job. That job BTW, included going to foreign places and fighting just wars. In fact I saw a couple on swiftboats before the swiftboats were transferred into the Brownwater Navy. Oh, and vet66@05:55pm "Close but no cigar! The MSM has no soul!" does that mean that Gomorrah will be repossessed? Poor MSM. DD-808 'Nam 65-67
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Are we talkin' Long John Sliver here?
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2007 on More Surge Success at BlackFive
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Are we talkin' Long John Sliver here?
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2007 on More Surge Success at BlackFive
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Are we talkin' Long John Sliver here?
Toggle Commented Oct 19, 2007 on More Surge Success at BlackFive
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Just out of curiosity, if we don't seem to be able to handle the situation in Iraq, why the hell would we line up on any other border and extend the war to another area? If we're tired of playing in Iraq why would we decide to go off and engage hizb'allah? Do we half do something in Iraq then half do something in Syria then half do something in Jordan saving Iran for last so we can half do something for the entire middle east? We need more troops, good, then we can tuck every swinging ____ into bed at night. It's a good thing that we don't want any sweat equity for the house that we're building for them. By God we should do what we did when I was in the Corps while we were trying to rebuild the outfit after the intense accolades we received from 'Nam, if a Pvt can't be held responsible then make a Pfc the responsible party, if a Lcpl is needed then give it to him and if we work it right we can have a SSgt responsible for checking out the vacuum cleaner when we get done. The same program can be done to the Iraqis. Why make them responsible for their own future when we can pass the buck up the chain in our own outfit.
Toggle Commented Aug 23, 2007 on 82nd ABN NCOs in the NY Times at BlackFive
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James you're obviously not a "Poster Girl (from the wrong side of the world)."
Toggle Commented Feb 14, 2007 on Get off the Aussies at BlackFive
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"what type of Islam is being practiced in the U.S." Bob Taqiyya
Toggle Commented Feb 8, 2007 on The Irrational Core at ShrinkWrapped
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