Re: [Distillers] warrior forces?...a Dove?
Do me a favor and 'rattle' someone else's 'chain'...I dont have the time or desire to play word-games with you...have a great day...
>From: BillyWeeble@...>Reply-To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com>To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com>Subject: Re: [Distillers] warrior forces?...a Dove?>Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 23:19:39 EST>>In a message dated 10/29/02 9:36:38 AM Pacific Standard Time,>joneszeke@... writes:>><< Hmmm...not a clue here...warrior forces?...a Dove?...looks like the>'classic-too much TV and not enough reality syndrome'...: >>>> Well, since I don't have a TV and read at least two newspapers a day when>time permits, I'll stoop to explain. A "dove" is a person of peace, a>non-warrior. The "warrior forces" were once the "armed forces" when they>represented defense posture. Since the current regime in the US has>manipulated the political views of a few to believe that war is peace, then>the "Department of Defense" now holds sway over the "Warrior Forces" that>should be taking orders from the "Department of War" if the whole damn system>wasn't so corrupted.> Thus, what I was asking was - what branch of the "Armed Forces" were you>in?> Sorry for talking over your head.
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