"I have no problem with people believing in different things and having their opinions on what can save this country."
-Again, see opening salvo of this thread.
"I don't believe all liberals are american haters, but I do believe the most extreme "lean forward progressives", hate the foundation of this country and have little respect for the troops."
It's less that we "hate" the foundation as much as we know the foundation has shifted and continues to shift. Understand we are talking liberalism here, not "being a Democrat".
"History provides evidence of why someone would question the whack jobs."
-What history? What evidence? Which whack jobs? Like the Romans V christ? Or world v hitler? Malcom x? The catholic church?
"To even question why anyone would join the military is mind blowing to me."
-They could fill buildings with things that are mind-blowing to you. In fact, they do! They're called libraries.
"So instead of questioning them, you should be thanking them (it is not called drooling, it is called respect"
-Oh ok because it looks like drool. I don't question them. I mostly ignore them, which is what I think they'd prefer over my smoke up their ***. THAT'S respect. They know what they fought for. The reason I don't "glorify" soldiers is because I don't want my kids to be one, mmk? I mean I put on my Military Appreciation Day hockey sweater like everyone else and stand and wave. These people aren't my family; what more do you want?
"The founding fathers gave us a perfect blue print on the structure of this nation.
Yes, we should change and tinker things as time moves along, but the FOUNDATION of that blue print, must stay in place with no wiggle room."
-Sounds pretty dogmatic. That's not sane. It doesn't allow for evolution.
"And please, for the love of all things holy, explain to me why you are not outraged over the worlds biggest d-bags making a sh!t load of money off of us because of one of your happy horse sh!t save the planet ideas."
-Nothing is holy.
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