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Thursday, March 27, 2008

Marine Sgt. Smacks Down Code Pink


HT to Sister Toldjah...via Townhall...(emphasis added)

My Choice By Sgt. Seth Conner

Like my Marine brothers who fought alongside me in the Battle of Fallujah, I know a little something about choices.

When the nosecones of 767 passenger jets punched into the Twin Towers, my choice was simple to make. My choice was not, as the patchouli-smelling Berkeley hippies would have you believe, the duplicitous work of "salespeople known to lie to and seduce minors and young adults into contracting themselves into military service with false promises." By that rationale, car salesmen are responsible for the 40,000 Americans who will die this year on the nation's highways.

Nice try.

No, as shocking as it may be to radical anti-military haters, the overwhelming majority of young soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines like myself are deeply proud of the choice we made. As shocking as it may seem to the Code Pink crowd, we feel blessed to have been given the chance to defend our nation and be steeled and shaped by those charged with leading us.

Ironically, for people who claim to be "tolerant," "open-minded," and "peace-loving," the Berkeley protesters and their ilk proved just what a sham their operation truly is. If they were really interested in saving the lives of innocents, they would listen to the countless stories veterans bring back from Iraq about pivotal moments of decision that saved lives - both American and Iraqi. [...] Read the rest at Townhall.
What a GREAT way to start out this fine Monday Morning, eh? Be sure to leave some comments over there!