[trash-talk] Fwd: Re: support our troops indeed
garbagetmw at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 26 20:21:22 PDT 2005
Hopefully that wasn't to me. anyways...I think the
other person's point was that the military has pulled
some shifty moves lately to 'extend' people's
contracts and keep them in the army even after they
have served their time. And yes you volunteer to be in
the army, but let's think of who comprises the army
and why they sign up: what hook does the army get you
on when you see or hear their commercials? College.
Yes, many people who are in the army are looking for a
way out or a way to become educated. Of course there
are those who sign up to fight for their country,
I don't think the other person is a stupid moron.
Some people on TT are getting so mean I swear!
--- marilyn <nerble314 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2005 10:14:37 -0700 (PDT)
> From: marilyn <nerble314 at yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: [trash-talk] support our troops indeed
> To: alayna hughes <garbagetmw at yahoo.com>,
> trash-talk at tcp.com
> Last I checked the troops are from an all volunteer
> military. Also many are redeploying. Add that to
> fact that all of the military's recruiting is above
> what they needed.
> Lastly the Iraqi's are voting for the people that
> represent them and those people are also putting
> together a constition that will have a referendum
> allowing the people to vote for or against it.
> Finally if you'd like to see what we're fighting for
> Perhaps before you rant you might just get a clue.
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