It’s a funny thing but I have been “talking” today with a group of young Iraqi/Afghan veterans about how they actually miss the war because things are always so much simpler–no hidden agendas, etc. Well boys, this may be your opportunity to put some of those skills to good use (in lieu of using them on some backward, mal-odorous, dirty night shirt wearing camel jock). — jtl, 419
This morning’s, 4/10/14, interview with Col. Roy Potter. Boots on the Ground at the Bundy Ranch, Col. Roy Potter calls for internet push to get the word out! Share this story EVERYWHERE! Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Call into Radio Shows…
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