Friday, February 26, 2010

What every Marine knows

When you are looking for compromise, the United States Marine Corps can save you some time. Don't look for it there. Marine Corps standards are immutable. They are forged in steel, tempered by the blood of patriots. Semper Fidelis. They mean what they say. Thank you, General James T. Conway.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, looks like we know where you will fall out on DADT...

Anonymous said...

Sorry Anon...that is where MANY of us fall out on DADT...

Anonymous said...

Say let the fags serve! Why should straight people be the only people dying for all the BS in Iraq and Afghanistan?

Anonymous said...

are you that gullable to think that gays are not serving in Iraq and Afghanistan? they've been serving...WWII, etc.

Anonymous said...

To Anon on March 1, 2010 8:18 AM:

Well in that case lets open some gays bars up on bases...I'm sure that would go over great!

warriorwriter said...

Ignoring the DADT debate for a moment, I'm very much on the side of upholding the high standards that have characterized my beloved Corps for more than two-and-a-half centuries. Compromise is a negotiated resolution wherein both parties lose. I'd much rather see collaboration. Ooh Rah!