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Rock'n chair Rambler  
Over Taxed, TX  
March 11, 2012 1:25pm
 
There is a reason they allow the military to retire after 20 years. It is the same reason cops get to retire after 20 years. It's a hard, dangerous, stressful and often thankless job.

Considering how eagerly our politicians put our military in harms way for purely political gain, and how they are often disrespected and even slandered by those same politicians, and prosecuted for merely doing their job under horrendous, unimaginable conditions and ridiculous rules of engagement, I believe our military forces deserve every damn dime we can give them and a lot more.

I'll tell you what is a waste, Alvin. When I see some guy with no arms or legs because some politician couldn't figure out that there is nothing left to be gained in a sh#t hole of a turd world country, but kept him there because the election in November is more important than that soldier's life, that is a waste.

It is a waste and a dispicable, utter shame that we continue to bicker about contraceptives and name calling while our best and bravest are driving around that sh#t hole waiting for their number to come up and it's barely on the media's radar screen. I don't know who to blame most, but there is plenty to go around.
     
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