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Fri Jan 3, 2020, 01:49 AM

Looking at it from their point of view.

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Reply Looking at it from their point of view. (Original post)
dewsgirl Jan 3 OP
Lexee Jan 3 #1
erlewyne Jan 3 #2
Southern Blueneck Jan 3 #3
2naSalit Jan 5 #4
Corgigal Jan 5 #5

Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Fri Jan 3, 2020, 02:02 AM

1. Interesting history provided about this General.

 

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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Fri Jan 3, 2020, 06:52 AM

2. I am completely devastated.

I woke up from a nap after Maddow was over but I will catch her
later and Lawrence was on talking about this assassination.
I was appalled and after watching for a little bit I switched to
a rerun (My Man Godfrey) just so I would be distracted and get
back to sleep. A silly movie, btw.

I lost the best two years of my life because I was drafted for Vietnam.
Vietnam and Vietnam was an OIL war but nobody seems to realize it.
A fabrication of fighting Communism.

We are going to lose everything in the end. We of the peace loving
democratic party. We believers in freedom and equality. We will lose
because of our lack of greed. We have to learn to be self serving and
hateful.

We will lose.

I really appreciate Beau and catch him everyday for one or two episodes,
his newest then I'll find an older one. Thanks Beau.


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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Fri Jan 3, 2020, 07:59 AM

3. This deserves 200 Recs

Minimum!

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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Sun Jan 5, 2020, 01:45 AM

4. K&R

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Response to dewsgirl (Original post)

Sun Jan 5, 2020, 10:16 AM

5. Scary,

and what so many people seem to have forgotten is that Iranians of the commanders age might have trained here with us state side. I was in the USAF and throughout my 8 years, I was training with them. They know us, they know how we fight and they took our best practices and taught their servicemen the same training.

I feel for our young military people, they may not know this history of this relationship but they might understand it soon.

I wish I had this guy as my neighbor, for when I needed a talk down.

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