why do you believe it’s disrespectful? I don’t, and I’m a veteran. I’ll say it again, this has absolutely NOTHING to do with our veterans. I fought for their rights and we, Nobody needs an ar15 nobody needs whiny little as a nation, are disrespectful to them. You really need to get your priorities right.
Hot Nobody needs an ar15 nobody needs whiny little tee!
I stand for their right to kneel also! After they get their 3 -4 hours of doing their job! They still got 20 hours left during the day coupled with all their days off to kneel, or do whatever they want! Why don’t they all plan a trip to the capital, and all kneel together there for their cause! We, the people, just want to watch football, Nobody needs an ar15 nobody needs whiny little and kneeling for the National Anthem is so disrespectful to all the people who have defended and died to keep our country free, so we can choose where we work, play or worship. Just saying! I will also say, I will watch college football, golf, NASCAR, but I have NO desire to watch the NFL anymore.
For those of us who served, we honor those who gave all. This day is NOT a day for politics. It is a remembrance of those who gave everything for this country and her people. Whether serving at home or abroad, our military women and men protect us 24/7. Memorial Day is for remembering the fallen and dead. Veterans Day is to honor those who have served. Armed Forces Day is to honor those who serve today. From a Navy veteran who served during the Vietnam War.
Get your tee and choose your shape!
I agree with you Tammy. As long as humans have inhabited the Earth, we have been fighting. Food, water, land, religion, heritage, riches, regional customs and power have been reasons for war. Some reasons are noble and some are not. It is the way of human nature and why “One World” is highly unlikely to happen.
Putting aside WW2, all other wars US “started” were on false pretence. They created fear in the public to justify the wars, none of those wars had a valid reason You said if US hadn’t started the Korean war, the whole Korea would be communist now. Maybe, but what did we really save by that war and sacrificing 55,000 American lives? Just half the Korea? Was it really worth it, when the major communist powers and the real threat (like China) stood there? And if the communism was a threat to US, why China ir Soviets who had the military power to attack us, never did? But we were worried that if Korea is taken over with communism, they would attack?