- Mar 9, 2011
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- SW Wisconsin
I took the oath too, spending four years training Airborne Rangers how to call for artillery strikes, as the Vietnam War was ending. Then we started teaching high-ranking Central-American military personnel the joys of killing communists in the jungle, with artillery. I also admired JFK because he detested communists, and I also believed from the start that McCarthy was right.Yes, he loves me very much. He taught me there are battles and wars and the most strategic of minds understands the difference. He also taught me about honor and country first. He served in the military but I choose a different path. I still took an oath to serve my country but in a different way. It's tragic that others weren't taught the same.You do know that your dad cared enough about you to try to teach you something, don't you?My dad and I used to play this game when I was younger. He called it "wit war". It was a battle of wits. And what I've just realized is you're not on my level. You just don't challenge me. You talk of silly yesterday years and crowd sizes.You just can't bring yourself to admit that you're confused.This is what you got from my posts? We are clearly not communicating very well.So it is your opinion that Senator McCarthy was 100% correct and the Russians were indeed trying to subvert our political system? And that despite all the ridicule from the academic elite back then, he has been vindicated?
You do know that you can't have it both ways. You have to choose between one or the other.
Enjoy counting out the crowd size.
Time for a little soul-searching and an attempt to make sense of it all.
I'm not confused. I'm bored.
So why don't I believe that President Trump is a "Russian agent"?
I could see myself believing that nonsense if my political affiliation had moved more to the left over the years, but that's not the case.