The Troops have it right, the silence says so.

Discussion in 'The Constitutional & RKBA Forum' started by firefighter1635, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. firefighter1635

    firefighter1635 Well-Known Member

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  2. jaydub

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    Two different types of meetings. One certainly more formal than the other, hard to scream and applaud when you're at attention.
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    seen similar over the years here

    we had a anniversary of the Royal Australian Regiment here recently

    the Cooks got greater applause than the Prime Minister ( socialist in chief)

    but they did a outstanding job ,

    the PM aint done anything decent yet
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  4. MSGT-R

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    There would be not screaming and applauding even if they were not at attention..
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    Quite obviously - and they wouldn't be standing at attention at all except they were ordered to because they didn't respect him to begin with.
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    Say what you may about George W....The troops loved him. I will always respect him.
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    I think we all liked George. He may have made some mistakes but was and is today a good man. I voted for him both times.
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    I noticed the guy introducing George was wearing a shoulder holster. S'pose there was a gun in it? Secret Service is pretty fussy about stuff like that, I understand.
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    Darn straight there wouldn't have been any enthusiastic response to this Putz Of the United States even if they weren't at attention.
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    As Bush says, "Ya miss me now?" I miss him, he's a great guy.
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