US Military Trusted By the People, NOT Media

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    http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Jun2005/20050603_1544.html

     
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    I distrust the media because they fails to present the news. Instead they present fluff to a populace which is, by and large, so self absorbed that nothing but a disaster on monumental proportion can rouse them. And only briefly then.

    I trust the military, but not the current civilian leadership of the military.
     
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    Yeah but a smart guy like you knows you don't appeal to the masses by degrading them. But nonetheless, propagandizing leftists like you consistently continue to lose American voters by accusing them of stupidity without offering a rational argument in return.

    But like I said to Howard Dean, more power to ya! You go!!! :rock:

    Impossible. If you trust the military, you trust them to completely follow the command of the civilian leadership. But if you don't trust the civilian leadership, you can't trust the military anymore, who is trusted to follow the civilian leadership.

    Bullypulpit: :tinfoil:

    I can trust the military. :thup:

    The military is trusted to follow the command of the civilian leadership.:eek2:

    I don't trust Bush. :mad:

    But Bush is in command of the military. :shocked:

    But I trust the military. :dunno:

    Who is trusted to follow the civilian leadership. :confused:

    But I don't trust Bush! :wtf:

    But I do trust the military, who follows Bush's commands :blowup:
     
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    Didn't mean to confuse you. But it'll be interesting to see what happens when the military wakes up to how it's been abused by this administration.
     
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    Egads. Are you saying a military coup is in the works? I bet that would be just lovely.
     
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    This is seriously bad news for the left, as this is very much a zero/sum game: To trust the military is to distrust the MSM/DNC, and vice versa.

    No wonder libs get so pissed off when they see those ribbons on cars! Think I'll go get one.
     

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