Some of my friends are Republicans.
Some are Democrats…so surely they have some juicy lies to spread. Why don’t they???
Why I am NOT getting dozens of e-mail lies about John McCain?? Why only Obama?
Makes me wonder…, are the Republicans so afraid of Obama that they have to create lies.
If I believe all my email:Barack Hussein Obama is a muslin (don’t forget that middle name!)
Not an a American citizen
Is somehow connected to corruption in Keyna
Will not pledge allegiance
Doesn’t wear a lapel pin because he’s a communist
Doesn’t put his hand over his heart when “God Bless America” or nation anthem is sung
His mother is a left wing social activist
He is a member if the SDS Weathermen from the 60′s (according to some, they are still haveing secret meetings!)
His campaign is being funded by: (Take your Pick) the Blank Panthers, Hugo Chavez or “Mysterious” European investors
Not only that: He painted over an American flag on his plane because he’s un-American
Refuses to show his birth certificate because of damaging info
Has been endorsed by the KKK (?!)
Blew off American soldiers during a visit to Afghanistan
Wears a USMC shirt thus disrespecting American Marines
Is the “Anti-Christ”
Holds phones upside down
Nickname is Walking Eagle
Will be (or has been, depending on the email) sworn in on a Koran
Voted against making English the official language’
voted to give illegal aliens Social Security benefits
Why no lies about John McCain?
Archive for the 'Marines in Afghanastan' Category
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Some of my friends are Republicans.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
Why is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace (USMC) so worried about gays? Shouldn’t winning the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and beating al-Qaeda be just a little higher on his priority list? And could General Pace’s fear of gays possibly be related to his own fears about his sexual orientation?
Saturday, September 12, 2009
When in fact there has been less military deaths during his time in office then Bill Clinton.
Bill Clinton: non war administration 4417
George Bush 3133
I served both in Iraq/Afghanistan and for whatever reason the President made that decision I believe was the correct one. We must stay the course and not leave until our mission is accomplished and Iraq/Afghanistan can live in freedom.http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news…
Thursday, September 10, 2009
I’m considering joining the USMC but I have some questions:
1. How long is a tour of duty in Afghanistan or Iraq?
2. How many tours of duty is a marine required to fulfill in the above locations?
3. Does a Marine determine where he/she wants to serve?
4. If someone joins the Marines, is he/she required to serve for a minimum amount of years?
5. How does the USMC determine who will serve in either country or not?
I’d really prefer responses from those who served or are currently serving in the Marines.
When we’re invited we attend military funerals, returning troops (as a unit or singly) from Iraq/Afghanistan, and also departing troops going to/returning to Iraq/Afghanistan.
Here’s how to learn more: http://www.patriotguard.org/
PGR escorting the body of Lance Corporal Geoff Fisher, USMC, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHzSiV5MB…
Tuesday, September 8, 2009
I spent 30 years in the US Marines fighting for this country and want to send you my thanks for what you are doing for all of us, hope you enjoy this joke and you are all in my prayers, Thank you and God Bless. Signed MGYSGT WOODALL USMC (Retired)
Three guys — a Canadian farmer, Osama bin Laden, and an American engineer are walking together one day. They come across a lantern and a Genie pops out of it.
“I will give each of you one wish, which is three wishes total” says the Genie.
The Canadian says, “I am a farmer, my dad was a farmer, and my son will also farm. I want the land to be forever fertile in Canada.” Polo!
With a blink of the Genie’s eye, the land in Canada was forever made fertile for farming.
Osama bin Laden was amazed, so he said, “I want a wall around Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran so that no infidels, Jews or Americans can EVER come into our precious state.”
Polo! Again, with the blink of the Genie’s eye, there was a huge wall around those countries…
The American engineer asks, “I am very curious. Please tell me more about this wall”.
The Genie explains, “Well, its 5000 feet high, 500 feet thick and completely surrounds these countries…….. It’s virtually
impenetrable. Now what is your wish?”
The American engineer smiles and says, “Fill it with water.”
My brother just came back from Afghanistan (USMC) and we were recounting the silly things we did as teens? He reminded me of my trip the DQ when I was 14.
This brother(S) and my older sister(M) and her twin(T) talked me in to being being body painted via M&T.
They made a number of attempt in the past but they successful in panting me wearing a T shirt (dusty rose color) and skirt (blue skirt). I was nude except for two small fabric bandaids over my nips and a 4′ square gauze bandage over my biniki line. These were held on by body tape (spray on) and the paint. A small stripe of gauze was placed as the hem of skirt and glued on.
Well, everyone liked the results then S suggested to go to the DQ about 3 blocks away so we all walked to the store — We did not see anyone on the way but I do remember the stares I got from the clerks at the DQ.
Mom picked us up in the van for fear that it would rain.
Monday, September 7, 2009
I don’t really know much about it, but i do know that if he’s accepted he won’t see U.S. soil for 3 yrs. I don’t think I can handle him being gone that long. We were gonna get married once i finished college and start a family, but he says that he has to be single in order to go. I feel this way because he just got back from Iraq in April and could be going to Afghanistan the same time next year. How should i tell him about how i feel?
Saturday, September 5, 2009
Ok. So I’m desperate to be a translator, or in any linguistic MOS, in the Marine Corps. Only thing is you don’t get to choose your language–and I really want to deploy to Afghanistan, thus I don’t wanna get Chinese or Japanese or something. I don’t even want Korean. I want Farsi, Dari/Persian or Pashto. So I don’t know, should I take the time to maybe get myself a little fluent before hand in order to take a proficiency test and guarantee my continuation of the (Afghan) language (the problem with this is I really want to enlist right away-I’m 17 almost 18-, and it would probably take me a year, maybe a little less to learn, to some degree, a foreign language)–or should I just take the plunge, take the DLAB and hope for the best? Any experience/advice would be great, cuz this one’s eating at me. Thanks guys.
Friday, September 4, 2009
my bf is leavin for afghanistan really soon it could be our last weekend together or the next one could be….ive been sick all week and i prolly could have gone to school but i got antibiotics today. my mom said i couldnt go.
-i dont know if this is our last weekend together or not
-i would get in trouble and its a 3.5 hour drive
-if he doesnt leave this weekend she might not let me go when he actually does leave…..ughh plz help.
mothers advice would be great
-i dont know if i could live with not seeing him 2 extra nights if he doesnt come back