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    Steve

    On this Veterans Day I’m reminded of the armed chaired warriors, the chicken s_ _t chicken hawks and the famous front line twitter, blood thirsty guts & glory keyboard Brigades the past few years who’ve demanded more warfare.

    What war will be next I do not know; but fear it is right around the bend.

    Having family members that served as far back the American Civil War I salute, honor and deeply respect all our Nations Veterans including those in uniform today.

    God Bless Them All.

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    Gary

    We support our troops and are sure thankful for our Veterans too.

    Just came home from the mattress store and bought a new one for our guest bedroom and got 25% off because of the stores Veterans Day special they advertised all week.

    And because of those savings right after church services tomorrow morning we’re going to give a homeless vet (the signs he’s shown the past two years claims he is a vet ) who is always standing by the exit whatever spare change we might have left over.

    Then we’re off to a couple car dealers and see what Veteran day specials they have to offer because our car is nearly 3 years old and we also wanna see if they’ll treat us right on our trade-in if we buy.

    Thanks Vets!

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    Kent

    Things may not be looking so good for Veterans this weekend.

    With multiple student and medical (one being 4-F, “not qualified for service”) deferments between 1964 – 1972 the then draft-dodging, now, President-elect Trump will soon be taking over as “Commander in Chief” (CIC) of the Armed Forces of the United States of America.

    Is that not a paradox with him being classified as unfit for service?

    The next CIC, the one that said “I love war” is also the one when a Veteran gave him his “Purple Heart” during the campaign Trump thanked him and said “I always wanted to get the Purple Heart”.

    Trump, ya’ all will remember, is the one that promised he alone will take care of our Veterans and he was also the Presidential candidate that slammed all American Military Personnel and Prisoner of War’s (POW) from all wars when he attacked former Vietnam War POW John McCain (held for 5 1/2 years) saying of McCain “he’s not a war hero” and “I like people that weren’t captured”

    McCain, by the way, was a Pilot and was shot down over Vietnam.

    The soon to be President is also the one that slammed U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan who was with the 1st Infantry Division in Iraq and KIA (Killed In Action).

    The Captain’s bravery and actions saved lives of those he led that day.

    The Trumpster, was also the one that said Veterans with war related PTSD are “weak”; and that his sexual exploits avoiding STD’s (sexually transmitted diseases), back in the day, was his own “personal Vietnam

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    Anonymous

    But how do you really feel Kent? (LMAO)

    One thing is for sure; the next few years is going to be very interesting.

    And if things don’t go well most who voted for DJT will never admit they did.

    As for our Vets. My brother just got out of the service last month.

    After 3 combat tours he has changed and my prayers go out to all who served, who are serving and those in the future that will serve this (already) GREAT NATION.

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    Cid

    For your consideration:

    Martin Luther King, Jr.

    “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.”

    George Carlin

    “Think of how stupid the average person is, and realize half of the are stupider than that”

    Mark Twain

    “Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.”

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