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    Re: Former Marine's injury spurs vets to join Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by danarhea View Post
    I see, and the Tea Party protests of the past were not mob actions, right?
    I haven't heard of any Tea Party groups attacking police with rocks and bottles.

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    Re: Former Marine's injury spurs vets to join Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    This has to be the stupidest line of thought I have ever seen. Oh...hey...sure the guy was a douchebag...but he was a former marine...I must join their cause. Morons. Being a vet doesnt entitle anyone to special status. Get pulled over by the cops...hey...free pass...sorry dood...didnt know you were a vet. DUI? Hey...no problem...drive safe there chief...sorry...if i'd known you were a vet would have never pulled you over. Whooops...my bad.

    News flash. Police officers are employed by the citizens and DEployed by the city officials to maintain law and order. In Oakland, police officers were sent by the Oakland mayor to keep protesters out of a park. Instead of peacefully respecting the police officers, there to do their job, some ****heads in the protest movement started throwing rocks and bottles at the cops. Instead of backing away as directed, douchebag in question advanced on the police lines and was caught in the dome. Did he git hit because he was a vet/ No. Did he get hit because the cops hate the military? No. He got hit because he was a douchebag, advanced on a police line, and got caught in the crossfire when his fellow douchebags started pelting cops with rocks and bottles.

    Thats one hell of a reason to join a cause. Morons.
    You cant read can you vance...go read my post again..

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    Re: Former Marine's injury spurs vets to join Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by lpast View Post
    You cant read can you vance...go read my post again..
    I can read. And did. The article. You know...the one YOU cited. The one with a bunch of morons thinking they should join OWS because of the douchebag cocaine addict that was in the marines for awhile. Did YOU read the article?

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    Re: Former Marine's injury spurs vets to join Occupy movement

    If this is the sole reason spurring vets to run to this "movement," I sure hope they do some background research on this kid. Clearly not an upstanding service member and held disdain for the Corps. From the Marines I know, honoring the Corps, even after you no longer wear the uniform is still pretty damned important.

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    Re: Former Marine's injury spurs vets to join Occupy movement

    Quote Originally Posted by Fishstyx View Post
    If this is the sole reason spurring vets to run to this "movement," I sure hope they do some background research on this kid. Clearly not an upstanding service member and held disdain for the Corps. From the Marines I know, honoring the Corps, even after you no longer wear the uniform is still pretty damned important.

    Other than honorable discharge for cocaine use.

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    and the left wants to shove him down our throat as one of us? i don't think so.
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