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Re: RiffRaff, Your comment is to the point rather than the pettiness of some who want to comment on her dress. Sadly, President Obama was probably wearing shorts appropriate for a golf outing. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com commonsenseforamericans.webs.com
Re: Darby O'Gill, It saddens me to have to write that you are truly a jealous twit at best. Would you rather have her dress like a frumpy widow whose life has stopped instead of celebrating the success of the movie that has exposed millions of people around the world to the bravery and dedication of her husband? She was dressed appropriately for a special occasion and I doubt if she forgot a moment of her love and pride in her husband, family and the spirit of all military families. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com commonsenseforamericans.webs.com
Re: Bill110, Good line up.
Re: Doctor Ray, While your point is valid, in this case however Embassador Bolton did serve in the U.S. Army and the National Guard so he does have some military experience. Marco Rubio did not. I agree that military experience certainly helps a President understand war a little better, nevertheless lack of such service should not disqualify anyone. On the other hand I believe that commonsense combined with intelligence is of utmost importance. Of course those requirements would exclude most attorneys. And since most politicians are in fact more likely than not failed attorneys, that explains the sorry shape our government is in. Fred Speckmanna commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com commonsenseforamericans.webs.com
Re: Optimism, While you are correct about the race hustlers and I include almost every democrat in that group, that doesn't mean a good man with common sense like Dr. Ben Carson should be excluded just because the voters chose the wrong "black" man. He was wrong because he is at heart a "community organizer" and not a man of integrity or experience in the real world of business without an ounce of economic understanding. Of course even if he had that, since he seems to be at heart a socialist and at least a communist ssympathizer, not to mention his many other fauts. One of the few times he spoke truthfully was when he stated that he wanted to fundamentally change America. Well he certainly kept that promise. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com commonsenseforamericans.webs.com
Re: rreichel, What possibleimages could Putin threaten to expose, we saw the aircraft hit the towers, and the live. Are you really proposing that the "conspiracy" by the government will be exposed. We know who did it and why, pure fanaticism. Sometimes the simple and obvious explanation is the correct one. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com commonsenseforamericans.webs.com
dear Ms. Parker, Truer words were never spoken. May all Americans find their way to you and your wisdom. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com commonsenseforamericans.webs.com
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airfredd22 Wrote: Jan 07, 2015 2:14 PM
Re: Chip See above.
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Colonel, United States Army, Retired

airfredd22 Wrote: Jan 07, 2015 2:10 PM
Re: Randall_B, Perhaps the following definition of the word "Warrior" from the merriam- Webster Dictionary will help you to understand the use of the word "Warrior" by Col. Schlichter. "Warrior" a person who fights in battles and is known for having courage and skill Hopefully this will end your nitpicking of a word that seems to escape your understanding. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans.webs.com commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com Your explanation of U.S. Military members and their duties certainly are correct, gut that does not mean that the word "warrior" is not appropriate for them.
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airfredd22 Wrote: Jan 07, 2015 12:59 PM
Thank you for your service, but more than that, thank you for speaking the truth about what our military has become as a result of the incompetent civilian leadership. Sadly, as you stated, that incompetence has seeped into some of the upper echelon of the officer corps as well. Fred Speckmann commonsenseforamericans.webs.com commonsenseforamericans@yahoo.com
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