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Want to see how the US military justifies killing children?

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If you don't care enough about your kids to send them into a hostile war territory, why should I care when they get what you sent them there to do? Don't blame our soldiers, blame the ones who send them into enemy lines to do a "mans" job.

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If you don't care enough about your kids to send them into a hostile war territory, why should I care when they get what you sent them there to do? Don't blame our soldiers, blame the ones who send them into enemy lines to do a "mans" job.

The whole country is hostile war territory. The road near their house is hardly "enemy lines". What the fug are you talking about again?

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<-----this is why i dont take anything you say seriously.....good luck in life though

Your arrow is pointing at your post count. Have the aliens abducted your brain?

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The whole country is hostile war territory. The road near their house is hardly "enemy lines". What the fug are you talking about again?

Generally speaking, our soldiers do not have the luxury of identifying every threat they come across in the battle zones. Therefore if someones children or anyone for that matter are posing a threat you take them out. My grandfathers best friend was killed in nam by a child that handed him a fruit basket filled with grenades. not only did it kill him but it killed the child too. Therefore I do not blame the child but his parents knew damn well what was going to happen to him. AGAIN, do not blame our soldiers!

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Generally speaking, our soldiers do not have the luxury of identifying every threat they come across in the battle zones. Therefore if someones children or anyone for that matter are posing a threat you take them out. My grandfathers best friend was killed in nam by a child that handed him a fruit basket filled with grenades. not only did it kill him but it killed the child too. Therefore I do not blame the child but his parents knew damn well what was going to happen to him. AGAIN, do not blame our soldiers!

Your anecdotes mean nothing compared to their internet charts!

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Generally speaking, our soldiers do not have the luxury of identifying every threat they come across in the battle zones. Therefore if someones children or anyone for that matter are posing a threat you take them out. My grandfathers best friend was killed in nam by a child that handed him a fruit basket filled with grenades. not only did it kill him but it killed the child too. Therefore I do not blame the child but his parents knew damn well what was going to happen to him. AGAIN, do not blame our soldiers!

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Your anecdotes mean nothing compared to their internet charts!

"Internet charts" don't really go against what HA just said, but since you mentioned it it's worth noting that scholarly articles or research and data citing those same scholarly references are (and should be) far more weighty than anecdotes

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"Internet charts" don't really go against what HA just said, but since you mentioned it it's worth noting that scholarly articles or research and data citing those same scholarly references are (and should be) far more weighty than anecdotes

No, they shouldn't. I believe what I see with my own eyes. Not some crap that "scholars" put together. Most scholars have never had a job in the real world.

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No, they shouldn't. I believe what I see with my own eyes. Not some crap that "scholars" put together. Most scholars have never had a job in the real world.

Well there's no arguing with that logic!! Or lack thereof.

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tbh i wouldn't trust a marine to call in a pizza

Let me order one for you, I promise it will come in time.

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