Most vets come away from their service with friendships that last a lifetime. Serving in a war zone creates a very deep bond between men that faced danger together. It's strange that Kerry doesn't seem to have any support from the people that he served with. I found the letter and other comments on this site interesting:
h t t p://www.swiftvets.com/Index2.htm
"With your last display of boorishness, you have made it onto my ignore list. Congratulations."
That's 2 liberal b.s. artists (actually 1 with 2 id's) that have thrown in the towell instead of facing the facts.
Alright, which one of you girls is next? Idiotsallaroundme, I think.
>>>Anyway, please keep submitting your beautifully crafted arguments which merit appreciation from the whole spectrum here, even the radical right...<<<
I guess that means me, right? Maybe so. Sometimes I think I'm so convervative that I'm willing to do almost anything to move America forward. But I know there's only one thing powerful enough to do that. All we have to do is find it and embrace it and move with it, and everything else will fall into place and be great. What is that one thing? Why, Truth, of course.
"And you were talking about someone else's hate filled posts?
You and your alter ego, inkjetboy, take the cake."
Oh, I haven't even started making "hate filled posts) yet. Wait until I do, Ms. Sensitive, you really won't like me then.
"A tiny band of rational people trying to reason with packs of increasingly hostile dogma tribes."
Unfortunately, you're doing this in a democracy. Try moving to Cambodia, Pol Pot's position is open and you would fit right in.