Support the troops but not the war?

Posted by: ST on January 30, 2007 at 10:55 am

These gentlemen aren’t buying it:

It’s a little over a minute. Make sure to watch it all the way through.

Hat tip: McQ and other ST blog readers. McQ, BTW, had a toldjah so moment of his own with this quote from a post of his from a couple of days ago:

“While I can appreciate the argument that you can support the troops by wanting them home or wanting them properly equipped or any of a number of other reasons, if you don’t support their mission then whatever support you do claim is qualified support. A bit like saying “we want you to look like a soldier, and we love you for being one, but we can’t support you acting like one it this instance”.

To most troops, that makes absolutely no sense … trust me.”

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5 Responses to “Support the troops but not the war?”


  1. camojack says:

    I’m not buying it either**==

  2. NC Cop says:

    Where are all our resident Bush haters to explain this one?

  3. Lorica says:

    Our office, has been sending boxes of candy and food and hygene stuff to different platoons for the last few years. We usually send about 20 boxes 3 times a year. Talk about makin’ folk happy. They appreciate any little thing we send them. We also send cards, letters, magazines & a few times cigars. Hell one time the cigars alone were worth almost 500.00 in value. There were alot of very good Dominicans. We always want them to know that they have not been forgotten.

    We salute the men and women of the United States Military, they are what makes this the greatest military in the world, and they are the reason this is the greatest country ever in the whole of human history. – Lorica

    *disclaimer: views expressed by Lorica do not necessarily reflect the views of normally sane individuals. But hey they are quite fun.- Lorica

  4. NC Cop says:

    That’s fantastic, Lorica. Packages and letters from home mean more to those soldiers than anything. Believe it or not, for some of them, it may be the only thing they ever get from home. Sad, but true.