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Anti-Military Meme Response

Posted by GreenSlugg Muse on Saturday, August 12, 2017

Came across a meme today from some spineless snowflake.

Not everyone is the military is training for combat. Many are training to be medics, and there are also those who use their service in the military to go on to become Doctors.

The primary job of the military is to defend our people, our freedom, and our way of life, and the U.S. Military defends not only the United States, but the whole World. "Killing people" is sometimes necessary to defend innocent lives.

That's why the United States had to get involved in World War II, and in countless other conflicts around the World. Our record may not be spotless, but as my Organic Chemistry professor's Organic Chemistry professor once told him, "The only people who never make mistakes are those who never do anything."

Despite common misconceptions to the contrary, the United States is still the freest nation in the World overall. We have more rights in this nation than any other people, and we have one of the strongest economies in the World. That's why this person can sit around at Starbucks drinking his/her soy-milk latte while making memes on his/her iPhone demeaning people in the military.

But yes, at times, we have to be brave enough to kill terrorists to defend innocent people, including women and children.

If this anti-military bigot doesn't like that, then he, or she, or it, or ze can pack their bags and go live in Iran, Cuba, or North Korea.

As for training doctors, I actually believe that our society needs education reform, but not in the Bernie Sanders, Santa Clause-ish sense of throwing money at the problem. I believe that the best way to reform schools is by implementing more options whereby students can integrate technology in with the learning program. But that's a question that I will be covering in a future video, and beyond the scope of this post.

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