Yeah, I cried. "I fought for you and I'd do it again." Damn. After what he had been through..........he'd do it again? That says a lot.
I don't know any schools that teach our military are "the bad guys". Around these parts, the military is very revered. Locutus, where do you get your information that some universities teach the military is the bad guy?
Also, as an aside and for my own knowledge, I thought those that never served in the military are not supposed to salute. I thought that was reserved solely for those who have served. Whenever I am at a parade or ceremony where military pass by me, I call out a thank you to them. Particularly the Vietnam era men and women. and then I wipe a tear or two. I would like to salute them but I thought that would be wrong since I never was in the military. Can anyone educate me on this?
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