then you'll love this recent quote by the fine Republican Senator Rick Santorum.Blue'87GT said:BTW, I don't like the little yellow ribbon magnets either!
He knows damn good and well, that people take "Support Our Troops" stickers to be signs of support for Bush. Exactly why I don't sport one. Its a cop out anyway.Santorum: And yet we have brave men and women who are willing to step forward because they know what's at stake. They're willing to sacrifice their lives for this great country. What I'm asking all of you tonight is not to put on a uniform. Put on a bumper sticker. Is it that much to ask? Is it that much to ask to step up and serve your country?
I couldnt have said it much better myself. :thumbupJahWarrior said:1) I'm no "wussy", but I don't support the war, while I do support our troops. I don't support their MISSION, but I support them, my countrymen. Do I wish they would reflect on their mission more inwardly? Yes.
2) We aren't celebrating "what they've done" when they return home as much as we are celeberating the fact that they CAME home! Alive! If thats not worth celebrating, then what the hell is???
Exactly... its not like our guys are over there being treated like liberators or anythingbroncoman92 said:I better kill him before he kills me!" I know for a fact that I wouldn't want someone next to me contemplating the morality of his actions while I'm busy reloading.
That guy is a fool too! :bangheadJahWarrior said:then you'll love this recent quote by the fine Republican Senator Rick Santorum.
He knows damn good and well, that people take "Support Our Troops" stickers to be signs of support for Bush. Exactly why I don't sport one. Its a cop out anyway.
I'd buy one. Not because it's funny, but that I do truly support the ceo's and corporate investors of the magnetic sticker manufacturers. They need us now more than ever.Potamus said:I want one that says, "Support our Magnetic Sticker Industry."