Too many wars, too many men

 
Saturday, the DM Register had an article about an 80 something
veteran who was disgusted with all the wars and all the Americans
dying to bring "freedom", to people who don’t seem to want it
very bad.
 
That is pretty much how I have seen it for years. Best example?
Europe. Why can’t they take care of themselves? Because they
haven’t had to.
 
As the vet said, you take money and politics out of war, and you
won’t have any.
 
All I do know, is that we’ve had enough dead Americans.
 
 

 
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One Response to Too many wars, too many men

  1. Iowa says:

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