So you think it's a threat, eh?June 19 2004 at 9:59 AM
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You're a soldier serving alongside US troops, in a cushy mission that was given the thumbs down by the Canadian government when I was there busting my hump, 14 hours a day, six days a week, to make it livable. You willingly gave up some of your rights for that "honor".
And yet you think you're "free" enough to come to this board and compare an elected president of the United States to Hitler. If I knew that an active US soldier was saying anything like that about his commander in chief, I'd be on the horn to my congressman and the pentagon. I'd let them know under no uncertain circumstances, that I don't want my taxpayer dollars supporting a security risk to his fellow soldiers and citizens, and I'd demand that you either be discharged or severely reprimanded. I'd also ask some of my family members, who served in the military, to join me in that effort.
Maybe Canada's military is so lax that it allows known f*ckups to carry a government gun. But I sure as hell don't want my fellow Americans in uniform to be exposed to an unnecessary risk. Comprendez vous?