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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick E. View Post
    Actually, I think your response pretty well defines you. I have no issue with it. Cursing, veiled and unveiled threats, questioning people's ability (or desire) to physically fight is your thing.
    As with you hiding behind the fighting & accomplishments of your father, I make no bones that there are individuals who gladly suck off the sacrifices of others. It is not a matter of questioning but as a matter of fact.

    Now Obama has been elected, lets see if the bros start enlisting again & if Obama's military policies are supported by the likes of yourself & take some heat off of the "conservative" Soldiers & Marines who have doing the fighting & dying over the past 7+ years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunny View Post
    And in the meantime the "smart" money is on the foreign auto makers located in the south running non-union workers & putting out the product the consumer demands.

    Detroit didn't learn in the 70's & they still haven't learned.

    For your heir's sake, I hope that you don't have too much money in foreign manufacturer's stock. They really are not doing significantly better. BMW just diverted 20,000 cars to markets that don't lease. They too can't afford the losses on off-lease cars. Nissan/Infinity and even Toyota are having serious financial issues. The only major player without serious financial troubles right now is Honda and that's because they came into trucks late in the game and their trucks were on actually on car sub-assemblies. From a sales standpoint though, they too are hurting. Many Honda dealerships are off 40 - 45% in sales.

    Your comment regarding the 70's is intellectually dishonest on at least two levels. In the 70's the Japanese companies captured market share with low cost/high MPG cars. These were cars that GM/Ford/Chrysler really were not offering.

    However, for the past few years the Big 3 have had a wide variety of small cars, many of which are fuel efficient. But, they public walked right past them to buy dualies, SUV's and gas guzzlers. In fact, the same thing is true for the Japanese showrooms. People had been walking right past the Corollas to get to the Toyota trucks.

    The difference between the 70's and now is that the consumers have had a choice for the past few years. But, they chose to buy big cars and huge trucks. If the domestic automakers didn't offer those large cars and even larger trucks then you would blame them for not offering what the public wanted to drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunny View Post
    As with you hiding behind the fighting & accomplishments of your father, I make no bones that there are individuals who gladly suck off the sacrifices of others. It is not a matter of questioning but as a matter of fact.
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    Using someone as an example is not hiding behind another. Your interpretation only proves that you are trolling looking for disagreements.

    With regard to enlistments and re-enlistments perhaps things will change. Perhaps the new Commander-In-Chief will respect the troops and care more about their value and worth then one who has sent them to die without regard for the legality or morality of the fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick E. View Post
    Using someone as an example is not hiding behind another. Your interpretation only proves that you are trolling looking for disagreements.

    With regard to enlistments and re-enlistments perhaps things will change. Perhaps the new Commander-In-Chief will respect the troops and care more about their value and worth then one who has sent them to die without regard for the legality or morality of the fight.
    That I am in agreement with as no Brave American's blood was worth being shed over the events of 9-11.

    As far as trolling, maybe you should of followed your mother's advice & kept your whiny nose out of something that was none of your business.
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    Just saw this reply - yep, and where are we 6 years later? He tried to get us into Syria and now is playing Candyland with Putin. God Bless the USA - RIP - we are watching the slow death of it now.
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