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    The government. And hippies.

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    And the internet...

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    If it make a difference I don't cheer for people who kneel during the national anthem.
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    I dont know how it was done. For all I know that weird bastard that determined it's gender licked it.

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    Many people in this country are suffering from third-generation -itis. Third generation wealthy, third gen immigrants, etc are frequently shit birds who didn't earn what they have and have no appreciation for it.

    what we're seeing from these turds is this exact phenomenon; people who have had no real struggle in life and no purpose because everything they have was given to them so they have to invent drama to fool themselves into believing that their lives are not just the meaningless waste of oxygen that they truly are.
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    “If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.”
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    1 million people from other countries in South America have come to this country this year illegaly. They wouldn't be coming here if they didn't think this was the best country in the world.

    Maybe we can send these worthless pukes to the South American countries and call it even.

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    "what do we want?!?!?!"

    "capitalist funded socialism!!!!"

    "how do we want it?!?!"

    "with 24 hour free shipping! And with bluetooth!"

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    Yeah I always wonder if these folks who think it’s so terrible here have looked around the world at all. Maybe stick em in a refugee camp in India for a while, and see how the US is looking then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wskinner View Post
    The government. And hippies.
    I have a feeling that hippies in the 60's wouldn't even agree with over half of these dumbasses. The guy at :53 sounds like his balls haven't even dropped yet or either they've got so far up his ass he squeals like that. 1:20 if you don't like being an American the gtfo. Good grief. I can't watch anymore of this crap
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    This man GETS IT

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    Tell their ass to leave this country if they don't like it.
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    As said before, we’re dealing with a generation that has never been told “no”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReelHard View Post

    This man GETS IT
    I understand that HW has some real electability issues, which is a damned shame...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coot nasty View Post
    Tell their ass to leave this country if they don't like it.
    Nah, you’re supposed to just say, “Well, it’s their right to hate America and to vote for people who also hate America.”

    Instead of cutting out the cancer, we just let it spread.

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    I haven’t watched it and suggest y’all don’t either. No reason to get your bp up over a flamer
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    We for one, America has gone through the longest period in our history without a war. War and the draft brings the country together when everyone has some skin in the game. We haven’t had a war since Vietnam and that war was controversial, so people today don’t understand the sacrifices that families have had to endure and to rally behind our troops and nation. America was the strongest during the WWII era. That was the last true war for people to believe in. It brings the country together when you have to “fight for you freedom”. It makes people appreciate what they have.

    Just imagine how everyone was involved during wwII. There were community scrap metal drives to get metal to make planes, ships, planes, and munitions for the war effort. Commodities were rationed. Everyone was effected.

    The tree of liberty is dry and wilted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbitman09 View Post
    We for one, America has gone through the longest period in our history without a war. War and the draft brings the country together when everyone has some skin in the game. We haven’t had a war since Vietnam and that war was controversial, so people today don’t understand the sacrifices that families have had to endure and to rally behind our troops and nation. America was the strongest during the WWII era. That was the last true war for people to believe in. It brings the country together when you have to “fight for you freedom”. It makes people appreciate what they have.

    Just imagine how everyone was involved during wwII. There were community scrap metal drives to get metal to make planes, ships, planes, and munitions for the war effort. Commodities were rationed. Everyone was effected.

    The tree of liberty is dry and wilted.
    We haven’t had a war since Vietnam?


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    Quote Originally Posted by duckcommander727 View Post
    We haven’t had a war since Vietnam?


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    I’d say we really haven’t had true war since WWII. We have had several campaigns that were strictly politically motivated since then but not a war to protect our freedom or sovereignty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwilliams View Post
    I haven’t watched it and suggest y’all don’t either. No reason to get your bp up over a flamer
    Here is a glaring example of why sticking our heads in the sand is the LAST thing that we can afford to do...



    The Navy Accuses A Sailor Of Starting One Of Its Worst Ship Fires Outside Of Combat
    July 29, 20217:33 PM ET
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    SAN DIEGO — The U.S. Navy charged a sailor Thursday with starting a fire last year that destroyed the USS Bonhomme Richard docked off San Diego, marking the maritime branch's worst warship blaze outside of combat in recent memory.

    The amphibious assault ship burned for more than four days. Left with extensive structural, electrical and mechanical damage, the ship was later scrapped. Estimates to replace it ran up to $4 billion.

    The sailor was a member of the crew at the time, Cmdr. Sean Robertson, a U.S. 3rd Fleet spokesperson, said in a statement. The sailor was charged with aggravated arson and the willful hazarding of a vessel, Robertson said. No name was released.

    No other details were provided, and it was unclear what evidence was found or what the motive was.

    The amphibious assault ships are among the few in the U.S. fleet that can act as a mini aircraft carrier.

    The Bonhomme Richard had been nearing the end of a two-year upgrade estimated to cost $250 million when the fire broke out on July 12, 2020.

    About 160 sailors and officers were on board when the flames sent up a huge plume of dark smoke from the 840-foot (256-meter) vessel, which had been docked at Naval Base San Diego while undergoing the upgrade.

    The fire started in the ship's lower storage area, where cardboard boxes, rags and other maintenance supplies were stored. But winds coming off the San Diego Bay whipped up the flames and the flames spread up the elevator shafts and exhaust stacks.

    Then two explosions — one heard as far as 13 miles (21 kilometers) away — caused it to grow even bigger.

    The fire sent acrid smoke billowing over San Diego, and officials had recommended people avoid exercising outdoors.

    Firefighters attacked the flames inside the ship, while firefighting vessels with water cannons directed streams of seawater into the ship and helicopters made water drops.

    More than 60 sailors and civilians were treated for minor injuries, heat exhaustion and smoke inhalation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbitman09 View Post
    We for one, America has gone through the longest period in our history without a war..
    And that may be the dumbest thing yet. What is it with you Citadel folks?

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