wil wrote:People seem to think that simply because someone currently serves, or has in the past served, in the military. That doing so inherently instills within that person moral courage & consequently intellectual self-honesty.
it does not.
Absolutely! Thats why terms like Blue Falcon exist, where buddy is only half the word. I knew plenty of dirt bags in the Marines. I wish I could say its only a POG thing but grunts have just as many. As another member stated also that the higher rank you get usually means selling your integrity and doing things you shouldn’t. Its sad but true. We should not base our decisions off of rank, but rather off or morals and character. Facts do not care how they make you feel, so why do we cater to a bunch of baby cries with FALSE claims?
There are an estimated 310 million firearms in America so if things are as bad as we are told why so few mass shootings compared to number of firearms? Also what exactly is a mass shooting? Some of these media libtards categorize 2 victims whether dead or not as a mass shootings. Even when some of these supposed mass shootings are actually terror driven by a certain religion. Yet its the guns fault not a religions fault.