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"When your join the military service it's not to get a better education....thats a perk of the service....it's not for travel...another perk....it's to serve and protect your country...bottom line anything else is pure and unmitigated bullshit!!!"

I happen to be one of the citizens of this country that those marines in Iraq are supposed to be *serving* -- and I don't consider it properly serving *my* country when the armed forces are used to conduct a unilateral invasion of a sovereign nation under false pretenses for the agrandizement of politicians.

Perhaps that's what they taught you to be proper service in the marine corp; in fact I am certain that you were just taught to shut your cum-repetacle and do as you are told.

But the rest of us don't have to do that. You see, neither you, any of the rest of these neoncons, nor anyone on Capitol Hill or in the White House are in *my* chain of command.

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hmmmmm.....after taking a few minutes to read ALL the posts on this thread....one glaring point is very obvious eeyore has proven a point that even trained monkey's can operate a computer....having served in the Marines myself and with a good friend's name on the Beruit Memorial outside Camp LeJuene..which by the way should have been me..I was slated to go...know for a fact that the majority of the Mairines over in iraq are there for the right reason.....because it's their JOB! When your join the military service it's not to get a better education....thats a perk of the service....it's not for travel...another perk....it's to serve and protect your country...bottom line anything else is pure and unmitigated bullshit!!!

Oh and by the way eeyore "have a nice day" assclown

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It's cute how no one posts for 45 minutes, then within seconds we get a flurry of shrills from the peanut gallery.

"E&R, just as a few bad cops from your nieborhood doesn't represent the dedicated men in blue that serve with integrity and honor you can be sure a few criminals in camoflage isn't representative of our armed forces."

Those "bad cops" from the Goose Creek PD you are referring to were never brought to justice for bursting into Stratford High School with guns drawn down on all those teens. Those cops were completely exonerated by the Mayor (who also happens to be the local high school principal, whodda thunk it).

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And now for some good news

'The heart and soul of the Army' The State - South Carolina March 10, 2007 CAMP SHELBY, Miss. -- They are the foot soldiers of the S.C. National Guard. The hours are lousy. The work is back-breaking and dirty. And anything more than a sleeping bag is a luxury. But complaints are few. Most relish what they do in uniform. 'This is the best job in the world,' said Pvt. Steven McFarland, after lugging a 30-pound machine gun and 400 rounds of ammo up and down a hilly, mile-long training lane. The 19-year-old Greenville soldier is a member of the 1st Battalion, 118th Infantry Regiment. That unit makes up about half of the 1,600 soldiers who will deploy this spring to Afghanistan with the 218th Brigade Combat Team. An advance party of 200 S.C. soldiers already is in Afghanistan. When it arrives, the 218th's primary mission will be to train the Afghan army and national police. But the brigade also will bring its own security forces. That's where the infantry battalion comes in. Its soldiers will patrol the areas around the Guard's Afghan bases, man checkpoints and keep an eye out for trouble from watch towers and as it escorts convoys. The lives of the infantry battalion's fellow soldiers as well as Afghan citizens will depend on their vigilance.

E&R, just as a few bad cops from your nieborhood doesn't represent the dedicated men in blue that serve with integrity and honor you can be sure a few criminals in camoflage isn't representative of our armed forces. And aren't you just proud of those young folks from South Carolina National Guard that do their part with pride and dignity? I am.......And by the way...have a nice day.....really.

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(CBS) Gun-toting police burst into a South Carolina high school, ordering students to lie down in hall ways as they searched for drugs. The commando-style raid has parents questioning the wisdom of police tactics.

From The Post and Courier Charleston SC. Port of Charleston police officer Patrick O'Neal leveled his pistol at the stunned crowd of dockworkers, barking orders as he straddled a longshoreman who lay handcuffed and bleeding at his feet.

Moments before, dockworker Richard Brown made the mistake of walking away from O'Neal during an argument over a parking ticket. O'Neal jammed his gun into Brown's neck and slammed the burly longshoreman to the ground, witnesses said. Brown lay flat on his stomach, struggling to see, his eyes burning from a close-range blast of the officer's pepper spray. "He was crazy," Brown said of the June 19, 2004, incident. "I've never seen nobody like that." Others had.

North Charleston Police Chief Jon Zumalt went out of his way last year to make sure a young officer he fired would never work in law enforcement again. A 12-year-old girl accused the officer, Brandon Reeves, of exposing himself to her inside his Mount Pleasant home. Within a couple of weeks, however, Reeves was in line for another police job in Ridgeville, a rural community in Dorchester County. The town's police chief knew of the allegation against Reeves but needed an officer for the three-member department and was willing to take a chance on one who came trained and ready to work. The state later barred Reeves from the job, but the case illustrates how some police agencies, desperate for manpower, take in rejects and overlook misconduct that other departments won't tolerate.

From the Goose Creek Gazette Wednesday, March 21, 2007 2:03 PM EDT For the month of February 2007 the Goose Creek Police Department received a total of 6,469 calls. Of these calls 194 resulted in arrests. There were a total of 71 crimes against persons including 15 for simple assault, 10 for criminal domestic violence, 14 for fianacial fraud/forgery. 12 for drug related violations and six for disturbing a school. There were a total of 101 crimes against property including 10 for burglary, 27 for petit/grand larceny, 21 for shoplifting and 36 for vandalism. There were 18 miscellaneous crimes last month including eight bench warrants and six weapons violations.

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"it's like that all over the world."

If it's like *that* all over the world then what's so impressive about it? How is something that is considered globally the right and moral thing -- such as punishing criminals -- supposed to garner the support of the Iraqis? Do you igits honestly think the Iraqis look at the cited rape incident, the Abu Ghraib scandal, etc. and are impressed because we punished the bad guys? Absurd.

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"What you have shown me and the Iraqi people have seen is that those that commit crimes pay for it."

No. Just those that get caught.

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What you have shown me and the Iraqi people have seen is that those that commit crimes pay for it. That would no doubt foster good relations between our troops and the general populace.Thank you Error for pointing out that our forces though not perfect try to do the right thing and punish those that have done wrong.

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"However confidence is growing in out troops."

WASHINGTON: A US soldier has been sentenced to 27 months in prison for being an accessory to the rape and murder of a 14-year-old girl in Iraq and the killing of her family, the US military said.

Private First Class Bryan Howard, 19, was sentenced at Fort Campbell, Kentucky on Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to the accessory charge as well as conspiracy to obstruct justice, the military said in a statement.

Last month, another US soldier, Sergeant Paul Cortez, was sentenced to 100 years in prison for the March 2006 rape and murders in Mahmudiyah, south of Baghdad.

An accomplice, Specialist James Barker, avoided the death penalty by pleading guilty and agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors. He was sentenced to 90 years in prison in November.

The alleged ringleader, Steve Green, was earlier discharged from the army and will be tried in federal court.

The crime was the second incident involving soldiers from the famed 101st Airborne Division.

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There is a programme on the military channel about this guys time in Iraq. It showed a platoon's time in Iraq. What was shown was info being gathered by this unit and intelligence that lead to various cache of weapons. So I believe that info is being given to coalition forces all be it very slowly. However confidence is growing in out troops. And Error by all means ''HAVE A NICE DAY"....I love it.

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