Originally posted by ProfessorChaos
reply to post by Propulsion
Allow me to direct your attention to the fact that those 30 killed at the afghan wedding were killed in 2002, not this past Monday.
Wow, I didn’t know there was an expiration date on stuff like that. I wonder if there were any survivors. If so, maybe you can be so kind as
to give him/her/they a call. Just let them know that “time heals”, and they’ll be back on their feet in no time! You can also let them know that
“Hey” $h!t happens, and that it were not our intentions to blow your family and loved ones to holy hell! You think they’ll accept a gift basket?
How about some bit coins?
These things do not generally happen on U.S. soil.
Though I don’t condone the loss of life, I believe America needs a wake-up call. If America gets attacked by another country, and loses a
couple hundred thousand people do to an attack, than Americans need to understand that there are consequences for our government’s actions. And if
an attack does happen (which I have no doubt will happen in the future), than Americans will need to hold our Government responsible. Of course, that
will never happen. The Government along with the media will have Americans believing we were attacked by a super-duper extremist group hell bent on
raping/pillaging our woman and children! And of course, they will be doing all of this raping and pillaging in the name of the anti-Santa clause!
So there are three questions that beg to be asked…
1.Do you think the anti-Santa Clause could have set off those bombs in Boston?
2.What super-duper extremist group did it?
3.WHEN DO WE ATTACK?
That, of course, won't matter to you, since you are more concerned with bashing your fellow citizens rather than uplifting them during a national
Oh really? I spend 4 hours volunteering at a homeless shelter (The Samaritan House to be more specific) downtown Denver every Thursday. I work
with the vets and peoples with various disabilities. I love making the difference to those who are far less fortunate than me. And I’m not that
fortunate. I live with MS every day! Some days I can’t even walk! When I hear vets voice their disgust for what our Government had them do (all in
the name of freedom), I can’t help but throw-up in my mouth! You wonder why America is hated so much? Sit down with a couple vets who served in Iraq
or Afghanistan, and PLEASE ask them that question!
Your reply is indicative of the real problem in this country: Too many Americans concern themselves with the goings on abroad rather than the goings
on at home. If more people took a long hard look at the state of this nation, I wager most of our problems would disappear.
Please read above again…
But you go right on decrying the travesty in Afghanistan while ignoring and cheapening the loss of life here, I'm sure it makes you feel very worldly
and enlightened to do so.
I have been a health care provider my whole life! An Occupational Therapist to be more specific. I would go ahead and write a long list of the
accomplishment I made in helping those in need, but I don’t have that kind of ego.
Don’t get me wrong, I cherish ALL life! But when people start putting our precious Americans before those who have just as much right to live, love,
prosper, etc., than I do have a problem! Americans are NOT the only ones who have the right to be safe and secure! Most Americans are absolutely
oblivious to what is really going on in the real world!
I hate to say it, but America is going to see it’s day! And it’s not going to be pretty! And when our children ask us why the world is attacking
America, what are you going to tell them professor? To watch more South Park?
edit on 19-4-2013 by Propulsion because: (no reason given)