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War Vet: Why We Should Mourn Our Enemies On Memorial Day

Discussion in 'Military News' started by CJIS, May 25, 2009.

  1. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member

    War Vet: Why We Should Mourn Our Enemies On Memorial Day

    articles.latimes.com — May 31, 1993: "I remember the first time I prayed for an enemy. It was just outside An Khe, a village in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. A helicopter gunship rocketed some No. Vietnamese regulars who were about to attack us. I prayed for those kids. My top sergeant berated me for my prayer. I realized then that my enemy ..." — John Samuel Tieman
     
  2. SPINMASS

    SPINMASS Subscribing Member

    Couldn't agree more USMC, Sorry to my brother and sisters from the armed forces for having to read that crap. Thanks to Veterans articles like this one can be FREELY printed.
     
  3. CJIS

    CJIS MassCops Member


    That best sums everything up.
     
  4. Deuce

    Deuce screw you...

    I prayed, and continue to pray for my enemy (past and present). I pray death upon them....

    Mr Tieman, you sir are a douchebag...
     
  5. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    Why would you DIGG up a 1993 article like this and post it on
    a day that is to honor our veterans.

    This article pisses me off to no end as a Nam vet.

    It reeks of the likes of Hanoi Jane and Commie Kerry.
     

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