billgrrr, I'll give you something happy to think about. The first article I read today in MDN online was about SSgt. Romesha getting his Medal of Honor placed upon him by President Obama. The President related several personal anecdotes about Romesha and his team, as well as family bits about the Romesha children and the couple's anniversary.
This was an important and beautiful tribute to a soldier who went above and beyond in his duty. I am proud to be sharing space in the same state with him.
Our vets deserve the best from us, because they give of their best. We can thank a vet for our freedom of speech, and for the freedom of speech for those with whom we disagree.
Have a great day, bill, and everyone else!
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No, I do not have to explain anything to you. I don't care about the things you mentioned. I care what is happening, "now".
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Bill Garr, my friends wrote me all the time in the Vietnam War. They left me their stuff to return to their families. And when they left, they didn't know if they were returning. I wrote them all the time. I was 17. I gave all their things back to them, except for one. So you do not have the right to attack me about, doing your duty. Alot of people do their duty behind the scenes.
Hilary Clinton covered her husbands back end, and then found out it was true. Enough said.
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Bill Garr and Veritas, when your seated next to a vet, please, show me your response. Easy to make fun of people. Covering up your lies.
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Wow, that is a great attack on Missy1. You got NRA - Hear no evil, see no evil. And Prozac. Nothing "I" didn't expect. Good to know you all are in attack mode.
Oh there is the Bill Garr, I have seen. How about telling the truth for once. How about not covering your back end. Maybe I don't like all the "new ideas" that people think are great. Let's just start with the "truth" and then work on "trust".
No, I believe nothing I hear and half of what I see.
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Our government isn't "credible" what makes you think our news organizations are?
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I think the News Organizations could ask all the questions they want. Nothing will become of it, just like Benghazi. Oh Well.
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I'm with ya, animal.
I'm fine with national security and all kinds of protection from terrorists, just aslong as the head terrorist isn't in control of it! GUESS WHO?
I'm worried! This is a crisis!
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It's one thing to be able to maintain operational secrecy, not like people need to see published blueprints or anything. But at the absolute least, the legal justifications should be made public.
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Most military information has a "classified" shelf life. After things are declassified, then I wouldn't mind hearing about it.
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