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Old May 29th, 2014, 03:46 PM   #16
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The next Civil war/revolution will be the most bloody long hard fought war in the history of the world. It will be almost even to a point with trained people on each side.

I think the In The Ashes series of books are the best examples of what it will be like.
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Alarming.....but not at all surprising. The current administration has not made a secret of his belief that the constitution is out dated and out of step with the way he thinks this country should be.
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Old April 13th, 2015, 05:14 PM   #18
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Blast from the past. Holy thread reincarnation!

The reason that the pentagon/Army came up with that scenario is that over the last six plus years there has been a dramatic increase in far right militia type groups. I don't have a problem with the military preparing to put down an uprising by the Michigan militia or some crazy group out of South Carolina. We are the United States of America and united we stand and divided we fall.

My father taught be that even if you don't care for who is the president that you treat that person with respect. Just one of the many useful lessons from a lifelong military man.
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Blast from the past. Holy thread reincarnation!

The reason that the pentagon/Army came up with that scenario is that over the last six plus years there has been a dramatic increase in far right militia type groups. I don't have a problem with the military preparing to put down an uprising by the Michigan militia or some crazy group out of South Carolina. We are the United States of America and united we stand and divided we fall.

My father taught be that even if you don't care for who is the president that you treat that person with respect. Just one of the many useful lessons from a lifelong military man.
Sorry; but I don't think your father in his wildest dreams ever invisioned such a tratorious bastard as osama occupying the WH.

If I haven't been living it; I never would have believed it, either.

As far as your observations about militias; it depends on who's in charge, and what their definition of a "crazy group" is.

Using the US military against US citizens is something I'd personally never stand for. I mean that literally, and I'm sure there are many other Vets that feel the same way.

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Southern Independence! Now!
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Old April 15th, 2015, 02:41 AM   #21
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Sorry; but I don't think your father in his wildest dreams ever invisioned such a tratorious bastard as osama occupying the WH.

If I haven't been living it; I never would have believed it, either.

As far as your observations about militias; it depends on who's in charge, and what their definition of a "crazy group" is.

Using the US military against US citizens is something I'd personally never stand for. I mean that literally, and I'm sure there are many other Vets that feel the same way.
I refuse to question the patriotism of the president regardless of party. Calling him a traitor is stupid. Flat out stupid.

If you want to disagree about policy then do that. When you reach for hyperbole you don't have an argument that resonates with anyone but the fringes.

My father is still alive and while he is not a fan of the president in office at this time, he still chooses to respect the man and the office. I think a lot of people would be well served to take the same approach.
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I refuse to question the patriotism of the president regardless of party. Calling him a traitor is stupid. Flat out stupid.

If you want to disagree about policy then do that. When you reach for hyperbole you don't have an argument that resonates with anyone but the fringes.

My father is still alive and while he is not a fan of the president in office at this time, he still chooses to respect the man and the office. I think a lot of people would be well served to take the same approach.
I respect your right to your opinion.

Unfortunately (and I sincerely mean that); current events, and his actions over the past six years leave no doubt as to his intentions; which are not favorable for the USA and our freedoms.

I could care less which party he's affiliated with; my concerns are with his actions, and stated priorities.

History will not treat him kindly.
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And I likewise can respect that you sincerely feel that the president is causing harm to the country even though that opinion differs from mine.

We can bond over our enjoyment of our respective M&P's instead.
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And I likewise can respect that you sincerely feel that the president is causing harm to the country even though that opinion differs from mine.

We can bond over our enjoyment of our respective M&P's instead.
Yes Sir; we can definitely agree on that!

(And truth be told; I'm a long time "student" of the 1911 as well.)

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The next Civil War....Sweet land of liberty...USA!
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...My father is still alive and while he is not a fan of the president in office at this time, he still chooses to respect the man and the office. I think a lot of people would be well served to take the same approach.
Respect is earned, not elected.

I'm a vet and retired LE. I respect the office but that does not automatically garner my respect for the person residing there. The current occupant has done absolutely nothing to earn my respect but he has done many things - not necessarily policy - to earn my disrespect.

I look forward to a day when I can once again respect both the office and the occupant.
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Respect is earned, not elected.

I'm a vet and retired LE. I respect the office but that does not automatically garner my respect for the person residing there. The current occupant has done absolutely nothing to earn my respect but he has done many things - not necessarily policy - to earn my disrespect.

I look forward to a day when I can once again respect both the office and the occupant.
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