Risk your life for your country today


Reader Response to “Don’t Marry Career Women” – Risk your life for your country today

Risk your life for your country today
Cassius
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Cassius
pay alimony and leave your house tomorrow, so that your wife can be f*cked in your bed by her bfs after she got rid of you. Seriously it boggles my mind how can a boy risk his life for America. They need guys who know nothing about anything. Must be why the average age in Army and Marines is nearing the levels of Hilters Youth.

11-21-2006 10:22 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
Halladay
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Halladay

i agree with part of your statement and don’t agree with another part.

the guys that sign up to join the military are usually just as smart (if not smarter), than the general population.  they are voluntarily signing up and getting paid  for their services (which i admire).  i doubt that the precious career women that noer orginally wrote about could hold a candle to these guys and what they do out in the field of battle.

now as far as risking one’s life for america.. it depends on the reason.  if the reason is to defend my freedom and the freedom of my family, then i’d be willing to do it.  if the reason is to go to war and set women free in other countries (or even here), then no i wouldn’t do it.  i’m not willing to put my life out there for women who in turn would use it against men (i.e. courts, divorces, etc).

11-21-2006 10:38 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
Cassius
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Cassius
By not knowing nothing about anything I was referring to life experience or even knowing the enviroment they live in, not about intelligence and school performance. I doubt a 17-20 year old did look into marriage divorce and feminism to the point of beeing sickend of how the system is stacked against him. Of course he might sign up to defend country and family, I just wonder if the average GI would be as willing if he had the knowledge and made the realizations the guys on here have, did.

11-21-2006 10:51 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
Halladay
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Halladay

no problem cassius.. thanks for the clarification

11-21-2006 11:10 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
khankrumthebulg
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khankrumthebulg
I have two Sons in the Military. One in Special Forces the other a Marine on his Fourth Combat Tour in Iraq. He is a Lance Corporal, his photo is hanging on the wall behind me. In his Dress blues. His Great Uncle fought at Iowa Jima, Korea, and two Tours in VietNam. That is part of his family’s heritage. Two Brothers came from Rotterdam in 1749 on the Ship Posana. Into Philadelphia and fought with the Calloway Mounted Regiment in Kentucky to free this nation. Their descendents have been defending this Republic ever since.

On the Mother’s side of the Family. Their Grandfather and Great Uncles fought with the Marines at Tarawa, Okinawa, and at Midway. They are also descendants of Judge Roy Bean. One was in the Service when 911 happened. The other quit a $60,000 a year job to serve the Nation. The Heritage Foundation’s analysis of the demographic make up of our front line people, shows they are better educated than the Average Citizens, predominately White, and not the losers John Kerry claims.

Perhaps you should inform yourself of the facts before spouting off nonsense. Their younger Brother intends to join the Army. He wants to be an Army Ranger. His Great Uncle was in WW2, his other Uncle was in the 101st and fought at Bastogne, another Uncle was killed at Anzio, another on D-Day. I have respect for those who serve to defend the nation. Neither of my Sons is fighting for Halliburton, Feminism, or the New World Order.

11-22-2006 02:19 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
Cassius
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Cassius
I wasnt talking in direspect of Gis or your sons, quite the opposite. When grandpa returned from world war he returned to a country that valued his sacrifice a wife that respected nutured and supported him and I bet he did never regret serving his country or asked himself what he risked his life for. Now how do you think your sons are going to feel if divorce hits, witht he system walking all over them, about the risks they took for their country that basically stabs them in their back now, maybe even jailing them because of unpayed child support while some bad boy does their ex wife.

11-22-2006 10:36 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
khankrumthebulg
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khankrumthebulg
No argument there Brother. Family Court Judges have taken children away from Military Fathers while they were engaged in Combat. In both Afghanistan and Iraq. This is a fundamental betrayal of their sacrifices for this Republic. And one reason the GOP (Geriatric Oppulent Pedophiles) don’t deserve your vote. The GOP has done not a **bleep** thing to support Military Fathers. Zilch, Nada, Gar Nichts.

11-23-2006 08:58 AM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
jimp
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jimp
I think that America has moved well beyond the point where men’s status as first class citizens can be peacefully restored. It’s time American men realize that in America they’re second class citizens, just like blacks in the South were before the civil rights movement, and the only way to get back their first class status is to let the country collapse, or be taken over by muslims. It’s very sad, but unfortunately, there is no, and can never be a relatively peaceful movement, similar to the civil rights movement in the 1960’s whereby men can achieve equal rights in America again, because women are simply not rational creatures that can be reasoned with, and will not give up their first class status voluntarily.

11-25-2006 10:46 AM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
Cassius
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Cassius
If a men movement would come along the situation could change like feminism did it for the women. You are right though if men would go on strike they sure would have a problem. Men will not even have to be told to be selfish and think only of themselfs. If wifey plays hubby she plays her sons as well and if it keeps escalating we will be surrounded by your kevin Federline type of guys who will not lift a finger to defend their country.

11-26-2006 08:53 PM

Re: Risk your life for your country today
Lirisokatoh
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Lirisokatoh

My husband does what he wants. I don’t treat him like some child or lesser person. I don’t have any dominance or supremacy over him, that’s ludicrous. I love him and I want him to be happy. He wants the same thing for me. To put it simply, there’s plenty of freedom and respect for BOTH of us to be ‘first class citizens’.

We’ve both been in the military, and gotten OUT after our three years. I hope very much that your sons are safe in their duties.

01-09-2007 12:12 PM

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