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Old 07-09-2007, 12:46 PM   #31
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Do you think post's like buster's that'll tell people who disagree with the war that they are against the troops is fine? I am seriously asking because i don't know where you would stand on that.

I stayed away from this thread even though i really really really wanted to respond when you said this


I didn't post in response because of respect and the truth is no on here has said or done anything to dishonor those that have died. No one is going to ban you for supporting your country.

I honestly feel the worst thing that we can do to the troops right now is to blindly follow and support the war. That is my opinion. I don't say that those that support the war hate the troops. I believe everyone wants what is best for them and we all just have different opinions on what is best.

Why should we let the children of this country die for something that we don't feel is worth their lives? How does that make us less american? How does the fact that we want their lives to only be called upon when it is the last resort make us not support them??
Not one single one of you has taken the time to post even 1 local soldier which is what the thread is all about. In fact you still don't get it and continue cramming yer fricking point down my throat with longwinded BS.

And ya'll wonder why I get mad. You show such a lack of respect for even just this ONE GUY. Meet me at Arlington and you can tell his Mom all this if you think it's so dadgone important.

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Old 07-09-2007, 12:51 PM   #32
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Re: Remembering Our Local Fallen Heros Thread

In fact guys email his Mother Tess. I did and this is what is in the email I got.

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She has given me permission to pass on her email address ( tesswild@hotmail.com) and said that she finds the emails very comforting, and will pass them on to her son's wife as well
I mean the stuff was so important you posted in her son's thread so it must be important enough for her to hear.
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Old 07-09-2007, 12:57 PM   #33
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Heading out but wanted to say if I didn't think it would make Tess sick to her stomach and be more pain than she could imagine I would sent her the link to this warpath.net thread.

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Old 07-09-2007, 12:57 PM   #34
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Not one single one of you has taken the time to post even 1 local soldier which is what the thread is all about. In fact you still don't get it and continue cramming yer fricking point down my throat with longwinded BS.

And ya'll wonder why I get mad. You show such a lack of respect for even just this ONE GUY. Meet me at Arlington and you can tell his Mom all this if you think it's so dadgone important.

I would gladly post soldiers that have died for respect of them. No one else did either so don't throw the blame on me or other that disagree with the war. I think it is a great idea to respect all local soldiers that have died in a thread. The thing is i think many of us were respecting the soldier you posted and didn't understand your intention of the thread.


But i think you got it backwards, i think you all should be telling the parents of soldiers that died why THE WAR is so important. Tell those that disagree with the war that their sons and daughters are fighting because all options were expensed and this was all that was left. War is a last resort.
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Old 07-09-2007, 01:09 PM   #35
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I would gladly tell anyone that their children are brave and i respect THEM for their sacrifice allowing my family, friends, and I to enjoy the life we do. I hold them to the highest regard and I feel they should be honored as heros. I do not feel the political decision that are made are correct but regardless of issues the soldiers fought for this country. That is why i respect them. They fight when we ask them to. They put their lives on hold and unfortunately give them to protect us. Nothing i can say or do will ever match their sacrafice and that is why they are brave.

The only thing is that they do so much for us and the responsibility we have is to call upon them only when we have nothing else left to do. I feel we only call upon them we have failed in all other aspects and must call upon our heros for help. We have a responsibility to them and because of this we disagree with the administration. What don't you understand SBF?

Agree with bush= honor the troops more?
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Old 07-09-2007, 01:18 PM   #36
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Old 07-09-2007, 02:00 PM   #37
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i do encourage everyone to hold to what SBF intended this thread to be. I think many of us missed the point. I will only say that not one person who replied in this thread has any ill will to the troops or their families. We all respect them and that respect for what they do is what causes disagreements and the disagreements cause discussion which i think is what this country is all about. I will not post any more about this issue in this thread. But if anyone wants further discussion just start up another thread or we'll talk in a different thread because i can definitely have a long and respectful conversation about this. So again i encourage everyone to post a soldier that you know or anyone in your community that has died to protect us.

Again Mike, if you need any help Aug. 15th i told you i would try and help. If you would still have me, just keep us updated. Being a wednesday i should be able to get on out but if I can't make it let us know if we can donate some money. I don't make much but i'll give you what i can.
I am headed back to college the following week so it is a busy time but if you keep us updated i'll definitely keep you updated if i can come.
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Old 07-09-2007, 03:41 PM   #38
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Great thread. You were able to do and say what I was trying to but lacked the resources and correct words to do so. Thanks a lot.

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Old 07-09-2007, 06:00 PM   #39
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Hey BigMouthBaure.
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I would gladly tell anyone that their children are brave and i respect THEM for their sacrifice allowing my family, friends, and I to enjoy the life we do. I hold them to the highest regard and I feel they should be honored as heros.
CC me when you get balls enough to email her or if you plan on meeting me at her son's funneral. Until then you are a big mouth child.

Get a clue and grow up on Mommy and Daddy's money and Our serving childrens freedom they give you.

Yes, I'm lossing respect for you. Sorry but true. You would not have the balls to say all of this BS to me in person and I see that about you. It makes your words even more shallow and meaningless.

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Old 07-09-2007, 06:22 PM   #40
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BSB. I implore you not to respond to SBF. He has issues, can't read and should be ignored
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Old 07-09-2007, 06:24 PM   #41
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CC me when you get balls enough to email her or if you plan on meeting me at her son's funneral. Until then you are a big mouth child.

Get a clue and grow up on Mommy and Daddy's money and Our serving childrens freedom they give you.

Yes, I'm lossing respect for you. Sorry but true. You would not have the balls to say all of this BS to me in person and I see that about you. It makes your words even more shallow and meaningless.

peace to you any way
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You think i wouldn't e-mail her right now and thank her for her son's sacrifice? SBF? I think you lack a bit of logic. Regardless what i or anyone feels for the reason we are at war we still do mourn the loss of our citizens. How can you say that? I will shoot her an e-mail right now. I don't know what you don't understand. This nation sent our troops there. In my opinion we made a mistake. WE, a nation together. Not republican, not democrats. Something like 75% of the country was onboard with this at the beginning. The truth is many of us were wrong. I mean i was 13 at 9/11 but i am pretty sure i was up for the war. We sent our troops there and I feel that our mission has strayed. It is time for us to protect our troops and bring them back. What makes anyone that believes this a bad person? What don't you understand? I want change. Our soldiers got there when we tell them to. We told them to. We should never do that unless we are sure there is no other way. Now, at the time it may have been the right decision with all factors considered but now we need to bring them home and make an exit strategy. What is wrong in wanting this to end? It is my opinion. You have yours but i haven't put you down for it. YOu continue to do so in an uncivilized way. I said i wouldn't post here about this nonsense but you made me again.

Your second post of this thread was offensive. You are spawning arguements and then blame others when it continues. Buster made a political post that put some of us down. Why can't i defend myself. Look at my first post in this thread, i only tried to calm you down and was just speaking of the horrible divide in our country. What the hell did i do?

Talking about loosing respect too. I am loosing it for you FAR FAR FAR Faster than you me. I have prayed for your son when he was sick. I don't even know you but i did pray. I offered you help in you BBQ for the soldiers and you shot me down. I have nothing left i can do or say to make you understand where i am coming from. I don't waste my time typing this shit because i hate this country. I do it because that is what I feel is bestWTF don't you understand? This is my opinion and i am entitled to it- YES by the soldiers that have fought for this country throughout history. So let me have my God given right and leave me alone.
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Old 07-09-2007, 06:45 PM   #42
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I'm not even going to get in to this argument. Ill just say I support are troops and what they are trying to do.


IRVINE Mark J. Daily's last e-mail to his family was brief.

"All is well," he wrote. "More war stories than I can fit in this e-mail. Having the time of my life!"

The 23-year-old was killed Monday when a bomb ripped through his military vehicle in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, officials said Wednesday.

Daily had been in Iraq for only three months.

Family and friends of the lifelong Irvine resident took some solace in his final message.

"He sincerely believed in what he was doing and wanted to finish the job and come home," Mark's father, John F. Daily, said in brief comments outside his home Wednesday.
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Old 07-09-2007, 06:59 PM   #43
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Does tess share the last name of her son SBF? And what is your e-mail if you want a BCC

Also sorry SS, i posted before i saw your response. I am not going to lie, it might not have made a difference because i was really really pissed. I wanted to calm down for a few minutes before i wrote that woman an e-mail


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Get a clue and grow up on Mommy and Daddy's money and Our serving childrens freedom they give you.
DOn't you ever fucking talk about me or my family again. You don't know shit about me so don't act like you do. I have not said anything offensive to you yet but you obviously have a problem with me. It was clear from the other thread when you said that I post in every thread. Just f...ing tell me what you have against me in a civilized way.
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Old 07-09-2007, 07:27 PM   #44
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I know you were upset BSB (and rightfully so) but let it go now. I'm not asking you
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Old 07-09-2007, 08:15 PM   #45
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bsb, to me it seems like you have gone out of your way to be more then civil to sbf. but in his threads, if you don't agree, the f bombs start flying. i support each and every one of those young men and women that sacrifice their lives daily, to insure my freedoms. how they got to Iraq is a different story. but i want them all to come home safely, as if they were my own children. i don't understand all the hostility towards people that disagree with your opinions?
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