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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    I think its unfortunate he is catching so much flak for it. He should be able to be proud of what he did, and let it be known that he is proud. Should my unit get called overseas I would come back proud of what i had done for my country, and not appreciate those who looked down on me for sacrifices i had made.

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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    I'm proud of all our vets and I couldn't imagine people giving them crap.

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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    I never served...BUT I respect the heck out of those who did so that I could continue to be free in the best country in the world!

    It's the political leaders that I take issue with!

    Thanks to all those on PP.O for the sacrifices that you made in service to our country...may you reap the rewards that you so richly deserve!
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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    It is his choice, he wants the attention, good and bad so he got it.
    He is a walking contradiction and
    :-X.

    Sounds like he is "trying to suggest something about the duality of man"...
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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    I've had buddies over there, and if you have been around for a while you know my friend Bryan died there this winter.

    I wish the troops the best, and I commend this dude for speaking his mind.

    Regardless of what he says, at least he's saying something meaningful.

    That is more that a lot of us can claim true.
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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    Not trying to pick a fight SnoBumMN...


    But when I see this I must ask you.. what you found meaningful in his actions? Do not want to debate it, I am just curious what meaningful message it conveyed to you. As in combination with his words it meant very little to me.
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    Re: Lord forgive me, I committed sins for our freedom.

    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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