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cushy officer  
la vernia, tx  
March 11, 2012 1:14pm
Ok ya'll put out the bait, I'm going to have to bite...

"not bad for spending 20 cushy years at the top of the food chain, in good quarters eating steak."

Ever heard the term, "rank has it's privileges"?

First off..I don't know what military y'all spent your time in, but in MY Army, us officers always ate last. We got in line at the chow hall like everyone else and never ate until everyone else did. When we ran out of food, I went many hungry nights so my Privates could eat well. When you make statements like this it shows your 4th point of contact very clearly.

Cushy years? are you kidding me? Do you have any idea how many days and nights us "cushy" officers and senior NCO's spent making opplans and going over movement matrix's and whatnot while the rest of the unit caught their sleep cycle? Obviously you were part of the crew that was asleep and complaining that the chow was not hot enough.

"Military officers and many retirees are overpaid. "

Now that brings up another point. Alvin no wonder you are coming the great socialist Obama's defense, you sound just like him. I bet you believe that the factory worker screwing iphones together should make more than Steve Jobs did? Hold on to that thought, and see where it gets you in life. Funny that the O administration wants to take everything from the people who have EARNED it and give it to those who make the wrong decisions. Except of course, when it comes to giving up their own benefits. I don's see Mr. O or any of the congressmen clamoring to make themselves subject to the same sacrifices they are asking of our American Servicemen and Women. You say its changing the subject, but its right on target.
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