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    If it were necessary to prevent another "hitler" or "mussolini" but as far as this "war on terror" nonsense, NO. I do not believe in killing and waging war for monetary gains and with immoral actions. Sorry but no-bid government contracts or dick cheney and his buddies are not worth anyone's lives.
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    Quote from JZ_RN
    If it were necessary to prevent another "hitler" or "mussolini" but as far as this "war on terror" nonsense, NO. I do not believe in killing and waging war for monetary gains and with immoral actions. Sorry but no-bid government contracts or dick cheney and his buddies are not worth anyone's lives.
    That is a bad thing about being in the service. You do not choose your wars, but wait I'm sorry today you can choose your wars. When one is on that you don't like you just don't join. The problem comes when you are already in when the US decides to invaded another country. Then you are stuck. Most wars in history have been for gain. The Geneva Convention was the cause of Hitler. Hitler stopped Hitler. His biggest mistake was to invade Russia. If he was a student of history, he would have stayed away from Russia. The Russians used the same tactics they used on Neapolitan. They just kept retreating until the winter hit.
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    The point now is that our wars are not against any "clear enemy" and not for an "real cause" just vague interpretations. We went to war based on fairly clear-cut issues now. And no, we don't get to pick our wars unfortunately. But I would not go to be of service in a war I thought was just murdering innocents for monetary gain and no real cause. Sorry if that makes me unpatriotic, I mean, I'd lay my life down in service if there were a real cause, but I'd have to be convinced to believe there was any real cause besides pure money greed.
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    I have about six and a half more years that I have to be concerned with whether or not I will be called up. However, if they needed me, and I was healthy enough, I would go even after my obligation is over.
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    Quote from Sparrowhawk
    Ah yes of course we are all racists. But then again, there would be no America if the Europeans hadn't decimated and taken over the People's lands.....just saying.

    Then again if you were beng snarky....my plogies.
    George Carlin on American Foreign Policy - Bombing Brown People - YouTube This is where my quote came from.
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    It would be nice if the OP would bother to come back and state the reason for this question.......
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    Quote from CrunchRN
    It would be nice if the OP would bother to come back and state the reason for this question.......
    Every once in a while, it looks like someone got high and posted to AN.
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    Waaaay too old for the draft here...
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    Good one!
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    Quote from JZ_RN
    The point now is that our wars are not against any "clear enemy" and not for an "real cause" just vague interpretations. We went to war based on fairly clear-cut issues now. And no, we don't get to pick our wars unfortunately. But I would not go to be of service in a war I thought was just murdering innocents for monetary gain and no real cause. Sorry if that makes me unpatriotic, I mean, I'd lay my life down in service if there were a real cause, but I'd have to be convinced to believe there was any real cause besides pure money greed.
    Good for you. A lot of people think my country right or wrong. That's not patriotic, that's stupid. They can't tell you what the war is for or the basic history of the country we invade
    but, boy can they tie the ribbons to the oak trees. What is this war about, what was the last one about, what was Vietnam about. I don't know. I did't know when I was in the Air Force in '66.


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