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Thursday, April 21, 2011


"A Global Force for Good"

I got a postcard in the mail, with this latest military recruitment slogan on it.
They're looking for a few good men to aim high as an army of one, yada yada.

All I have to say is, although the military's mission is to prevent war, they certainly prepare for it. I guess I'm just a sucker for that other bumper-sticker slogan, "You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war" by whoever thought that one up. On second thought, I guess you can; it's just that you don't have all your eggs in one basket.

The Navy does seem like a nicer service than say, the Marines, but I'm not going to be fooled that they don't kill people all the same.

I take my own marching orders, not the president's.
And that's the last word on the subject.
Well, maybe not: Go Navy, beat Army
Annapolis, ooh rah

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