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fuzzynavol

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Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« on: October 23, 2017, 02:45:35 PM »
I've scoured several articles about this guy for the sole purpose of finding something to come on here and troll you guys about and I can't find a single reason to even pretend to support this guy.  Here are my questions, though:

Why did he desert his post?  Was he afraid he was in imminent danger?  

Or did he just decide he wanted out of his duty, and think he'd just chance wandering off into the wilderness and fending for himself?  


Note to Roady: The subject line was made in jest.  
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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2017, 03:15:23 PM »
he became a sympathizer and with intent to join their cause using his training and knowledge to assist the 'ban... there is no better example of straight up treason.  the trouble with his plan is even the 'ban saw him for what he was- a troubled and lowly coward with no honor or even sense of duty that they could even exploit in any capacity above 'prisoner'.  as a prisoner, he accounted for several deaths of men attempting to 'rescue' him, as well as the loss of several HVT's to ransom him.     

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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2017, 04:11:33 PM »
His parents are Progressive Liberal Democrats and he was home schooled.

His father supported his actions. (demonstrating against the war by deserting)

Obama supported paying a ransom for him. (5 for 1 prisoner swap when his own military advisors warned him not to)

Fuzz, I thought you supported the Obama Liberal agenda that declared he served with honor and distinction.

 I'm shocked!




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« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2017, 05:11:48 PM »
Fuzz, in basic training you are taught the value of guard duty....Even if you are guarding a Latrine (toilet) you guard that latrine with your life...A GI may have to take a large bowel movement, and you better make sure he has a safe and secure place to relieve himself...

In the bush I had friends that died at their posts, making sure I was safe, and this peace of excrement was called honorable by the Obama administration for deserting his assigned post...Unbelievable.

Fuzz when you are assigned to your position as a guard, there is a feeling "of danger" that goes with it, at least for me it did...I had visions of all the enemy guards I had seen in war movies as a kid, getting their throats slit...I was always extra cautious...

In AIT, the captain had a contest for us, that whomever could look the most strike (sharp) they could be honorary captain of the guard, and be his aid for the day....I spit shined my shoes until they sparkled and shaved extra close (several times) for his close order inspection....

Well, I was chosen, only because the other guys went to the PX and goofed off, and didn't apply themselves, but I did.....It was great riding in the captains jeep and checking on the rest of the platoon that had guard duty and having them recite their general orders to me....Power is addictive..LOL

I took a lot of good natured ribbing from the other guys in the platoon....Later, when I  went to the latrine, they really scuffed up my boots, and cut my strings....I just laughed it off...All part of being a unit.

    

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« Reply #4 on: October 23, 2017, 05:30:42 PM »
Note To Fuzz:
I quit responding to Indy's posts on the other board because I thought he was an uninformed moron just trolling for attention.
So to respond to your post:........................chirp, chirp,chirp
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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #5 on: October 23, 2017, 05:34:35 PM »
A tweet from his dad.........


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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #6 on: October 23, 2017, 05:37:25 PM »
A GI may have to take a large bowel movement, and you better make sure he has a safe and secure place to relieve himself...



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« Reply #7 on: October 23, 2017, 05:42:45 PM »
A true American family?


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« Reply #8 on: October 23, 2017, 05:59:04 PM »
roadvol, Fuzz is really a good guy...Give him a chance....He likes to keep the board alive with fun discussions, and I'm sure he is closer to being a Conservative than a Liberal.....

I know he does not believe in abortions, but likes us to use our powers of reasoning to defend our position....He's probably a great parent, and maybe a great grandparent that would not kill a little baby....I can't believe he would sponsor the death of an innocent...I can't except that.

He's not for unchecked open borders.....

He was not a fan of Hillary.....He may like Bernie.

He is not an Alt Left personality...No way in hell is he that...

This board is a lot more fun with Fuzz...He is nothing like that rude guy (some number) that insulted everyone on the old Area 51. 


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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #9 on: October 23, 2017, 08:03:29 PM »
roadvol, Fuzz is really a good guy...Give him a chance....He likes to keep the board alive with fun discussions, and I'm sure he is closer to being a Conservative than a Liberal.....

I know he does not believe in abortions, but likes us to use our powers of reasoning to defend our position....He's probably a great parent, and maybe a great grandparent that would not kill a little baby....I can't believe he would sponsor the death of an innocent...I can't except that.

He's not for unchecked open borders.....

He was not a fan of Hillary.....He may like Bernie.

He is not an Alt Left personality...No way in hell is he that...

This board is a lot more fun with Fuzz...He is nothing like that rude guy (some number) that insulted everyone on the old Area 51.


He and I sometimes cross the line and get a little personal, but he is okay for someone who doesn't understand human behavior, economics (which is just the study of human behavior), and science.    :-D
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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #10 on: October 23, 2017, 08:18:20 PM »
roadvol, Fuzz is really a good guy...Give him a chance....He likes to keep the board alive with fun discussions, and I'm sure he is closer to being a Conservative than a Liberal.....

I know he does not believe in abortions, but likes us to use our powers of reasoning to defend our position....He's probably a great parent, and maybe a great grandparent that would not kill a little baby....I can't believe he would sponsor the death of an innocent...I can't except that.

He's not for unchecked open borders.....

He was not a fan of Hillary.....He may like Bernie.

He is not an Alt Left personality...No way in hell is he that...

This board is a lot more fun with Fuzz...He is nothing like that rude guy (some number) that insulted everyone on the old Area 51.
I give him Hell but I would drink a beer with him. 
President Harry S. Truman said: “The fundamental basis of this nation’s laws was given to Moses on the Mount.  The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings…  If we don't have the proper fundamental moral background, we will finally wind up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.”

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« Reply #11 on: October 23, 2017, 11:28:27 PM »
So you think Fuzz is a good guy because he says he's against abortion while repeatedly voting for politicians who perpetuate abortion....hmmmm
So you think Fuzz didn't really like Hiiary while he defended her for years and taunting everyone she would be our next POTUS?
So you actually believe Fuzz is really a conservative while he's told how he loathed them for years?
Not sure how you formed your opinions but it certainly wasn't from reading his posts for the last 5-6 years.

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« Reply #12 on: October 24, 2017, 06:30:00 AM »
I sometimes get the feeling Fuzz isn't nearly as liberal as he claims to be.
I think he enjoys poking the bear....trolling....whatever you want to call it.

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Re: Bergdahl - a true American hero...
« Reply #13 on: October 24, 2017, 08:39:05 AM »
when we shed our blinders those that want to master us attempt to put on us in increasing frequency, we ought to realize much of what divides us is pretty much straight bull shit.   yeah, there are fundamental differences- such as abortion which is simply a bridge too far between sanctity of life and convenience, and whether man has inalienable rights by simple virtue of being (an aside to that is whether that is a 'right' afforded to citizens only, or if it is afforded regardless)... there are fundamental differences that are too much to 'come together' on...

but most of what divides us is bull shit.

the press keeps us at odds because the struggle they've caused creates viewers, and captive audiences are soon fleeced.  they've grown beyond that now, though, and operate far above their station by actually directing (i wish i could say 'attempting to direct', but... they're successful as often as they aren't) people to whatever ends suits them.  A literal non-elected handful of persons are driving this society, and are doing so by creating confusion and conflict where none would naturally exist.  

we have a helluva lot more to keep us busy that should be considered an American issue instead of a party issue... or a race issue... or a sex issue... or what you do behind closed bedroom doors issue...


case in point: it is my opinion that the 'right' has learned over and over through the years that "you can't legislate morality"- about every time they've tried, they've failed.  Hopefully that is a true statement, anyway.  The left, at one point in time, were out of that business- but now they lead the charge threatening to pass laws to make it illegal for someone/some industry to deny climate change- in collusion with the media they have made it socially acceptable to employ violence against perceived racists- forgetting the fact that as distasteful as it is, that 'racist' has just as much right to harbor those feelings and speak to them as pseudo 'non-racists' do... they've made it an non-recoverable damning act to be called 'misogynist' or 'homophobic'... and they've approved (justified) violence in the face of political opposition such as BLM or Antifa (which is astounding, as one IS a racist organization, and the other the actual brownshirts).  

if a key overactive industry is relieved of their leadership and restaffed with people dedicated to truth much of our social angst will subside.  people like Soros expelled... the media heads relieved... the entertainment industry 'drained' along with the swamp.... we would discover we're not so far apart that we can't live in peace.

/rant.
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