"The Pearl Harbor of the 21st century took place today." President George W. Bush, in his daily diary, September 11, 2001
Doesn't mean the guy who threw it shouldn't have been carried out and beaten for his assault on our President. But this is the world we live in now. Half of America is full of citiziens who merely breath American air with no sense of respect towards office and another half too eager to refuse proper analyzation of a situation.
Last edited by MSgt; 12-17-08 at 01:21 AM.
When you join the military you agree to give up certain free speech rights. Protesting in uniform is one of them. The author of that article attended a protest while in uniform. He claims that the rule doesn't apply to members of the IRR, but I doubt that.
Originally Posted by SWM
human dignity, regardless of your opinion of his character or his leadership. you have certainly given the impression that you possess neither.
All human beings possess intrinsic worthiness and deserve unconditional respect, regardless of age, sex, health status, social or ethnic origin, political ideas, religion, or criminal history. In other words, this respect is owed to every individual by the mere fact that he or she is a "member of the human family" (Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948, Preamble). This intrinsic worthiness is widely recognized by international law as the source of all human rights.