To: Tailgunner Joe; Romanov
Maybe to you, but not to us. You see, we are Americans, not Russians. So what is most important to us are our own opinions, not those of foreigners. What Russians approve of or disapprove of is not really what is most important to us.
Let's understand something up front. You do not speak for all Americans. You do not speak for all Freepers. You do not even speak for all conservatives, but only for conspiracy theorists who live in a world of darkness. You call American servicemen traitors, when you never even served one day in any branch of our armed services. Indeed, it is doubtful you even served in the boy scouts. Last month I had a retired American Special Forces Officer tell me he proudly marched in a parade in Red Square in his uniform. Are you going to call him a traitor? Well, that officer just won America's highest award, the Medal of Honor. Who are you to call anybody a traitor? Who are you to call anybody anything?
posted on 11/23/2006 3:12:24 PM PST
(Jesus on Immigration, John 10:1)
No, I don't speak for traitors like you who sold their allegiance to Russia. I only speak for those whose first allegiance is to our own nation, the United States of America. You are perfectly welcome to speak on behalf of all Americans who care more about the opinions of Russians loyal to the Kremlin than Americans loyal to the Republic. Why don't you just go to Russia where you belong and don't come back? Stop stinking up the USA with your disgusting treachery.
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