Dave Galanter
December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
He was loved.

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Subj: Re: Okay, Bye. Don't come back.
Posted: Mon Jul 12, 2021 at 04:49:00 am EDT (Viewed 94 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Okay, Bye. Don't come back.
Posted: Sun Jul 11, 2021 at 12:57:37 pm EDT (Viewed 111 times)

    I’m not sure why my opinion seems to have driven you over the edge but it’s not a good look. It’s typical angry liberal 101 to hit the usual suspects of Conservative news/opinion tv as if CNN and basically every other news outlet aren’t liberal biased. If you respect the country you live in and the people that have fought and died and been maimed for it, then you would take issue with Marvel/Disney’s stance. It’s that simple. Your verbal vomit and personal attacks don’t change that. You have no data to back your assertions and you just seem angry. Grow up.

For starters, you don't say in what ways you see Marvel (and now Disney) hating freedoms or being Anti-American. Also, what country are they supposed to "respect"? Apparently not the United States of the present day, the country where a clear majority of voters chose the candidates supported by the "radicals" and "liberals" you don't like in the last four presidential elections.

That people fought, suffered and died for their country does not prove that their country and its government is right, let alone above criticism. If that was so, someone could demand that Stalin's Soviet Union should be "respected" and not criticized because so many more people died defending it in World War 2. And another funny thing: many American conservatives idolize the people who fought against their country in defense of slavery during the Civil War. Maybe it is because they see them as fellow conservatives, while many Republicans of that era were excorciated as "dangerous radicals" and "unpatriotic" by their more conservative contemporaries.

Also, a lot of the people who fought and died for America did so because they had no choice - they were drafted into the armed forces, and quite a few had to go into the field without having the right to vote, either because they were too young or because of racial discrimination. And just because people fought in a war does not mean that they approved of it. Look e.g. at the autobiography of the second Republican president, U.S. Grant, which he opens by stating the reasons why he was of the opinion that the Mexican-American War (in which he had participated) was unjust und unprovoked. And of course you can't automatically assume that these people fought and died for your view of how America should be and not for causes espoused by present-day "liberals" and "radicals".

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