It is pretty disgusting, remembering that the veterans fought for their right to call them murderers. It seems that emotion gets the best of these anti-war protesters sometimes. Keep solace in the fact that alot of these rallies were not well attended as their organizers would've hoped.iso_55 wrote:It's sad that the sacrifices people went thru are forgotten...
Then yesterday, I see anti war demonstrators on tv & one scumbag is yelling thru a blowhorn calling our troops murderers. He yelled out they were over in Afghanistan killing innocent people... & should be brought home.
And there was everybody's favourite vote prostitute Jack Layton speaking to the crowd in Ottawa. The more I see that jerk open his mouth, the more I am beginning to hate him.
This year's rememberance day is all the more important I think based on the casualties we have suffered in Afghanistan. My relatives have largely been unaffected by war, fortunately. My grandfather got turned down by the army in WW2 because of affects from a childhood illness and my other grandfather enlisted at 15 for Korea, but they found out the truth when he got to Japan.
However, I still understand what the veterans have done for our country and appreciate it.