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  • lmalicksmith

    Sounds typical to me of someone that was gung ho at killing some terrorists, joined the military, but upon becoming ill is searching for someone to blame for his situation. Don't get me wrong, I feel sad for his illness, but people should know that when joining the military, they don't get to pick and choose where they serve. And war always sucks. He would not have done any better in Afghanistan, so that's a pipe dream.

    And I also find it typical, in this liberal thing called social media, that people always want to blame conservatives and the rich for all their ills in life. Nobody wants to take responsibility for their own decisions in life anymore.