Re: June the 6th 1944
posted at 6/7/2014 6:09 PM EDT
In response to PatsLifer's comment:
In response to CubanPete's comment:
Whenever, someone tells me to "thank" a vet, I respond with:
For what? Are we freer now than we were 25 years ago?
As for WWI and WW2 Americans were freer before those wars than after them as well.
Therefore, if these wars weren't for freedom, what where they for?
Get all that, NSA?
...the King of the Rumba Beat...
Be careful. You are getting warm.
AS FOR THIS JA Cuban Pete? He sounds like your typical punk arschole kid who just took his first history course at whatever ultra left wing university, or more likely community college, taught by your typical hate America / blame America first nut job whacked out ultra leftist pees of chit prof! Of course, this ill educated, has to be young man, lapped up every peice of anti-U.S. rhetoric spoon fed to him!
"Were we, and the rest of the The Western World more free after WWI & especially WWII?" Gee! I just don't know. So why not ask your French Socialist Europhile prof., as you are clearly too shallow for independent thought. I wonder whether the Europeans who you no doubt idolize, as they also are now want to balme America first for all the ills of the world, feel about freedom before & after our boys went over and liberated their fathers and grandfathers.
Please illuminate us with your more enlightened vision of what WWII was all about, as you clearly see what we are all missing. Since you are clear on just how much less free WWII made us, please help us out here.
While there is no doubt that Americans are far less free now, as compared to how free we were before WWII, help us out by explaining what WWII was "really about," and the nexus / specific causal factor that war had on making us all "less free."
Perhaps you could also explain the cause & effect connection between the Slinky and growing problems with race relations?