William Parcher #racist stormfront.org

I'm noticing a trend in Facebook military rooms - Black girlfriends

Now I think it's because I attract a certain kind of customer / opponent in debate. This is deliberate. I'm trying to break through the trance and wake people up . . but quite often a particularly angry "patriot" in our own military picks at details and talks IN ALL CAPS to prove his point and so I browse his profile . . and he has a Black girlfriend or wife. It seems to be a pattern. That's the micro scale - and also they are still calling it stolen valor to state that my Uncle Bill . . who was exposed to agent orange . . should maybe be on the Vietnam Wall. They also call it stolen valor when I suggest that we're kind of a gold star family now that my uncle recently passed away (Vietnam is claiming the last of its victims). Mostly that's just funny imagining the pasty sunken chested types claiming I'm a stolen valor guy. In the macro scale - I know our military has a serious problem and these people not wanting to acknowledge heroism or make a donation to their local militia (passing around the hat here, lad) are just small symptoms of the disease. The biggest symptom is the fact that these young people are not going shoulder-to-shoulder and they are not marching on Washington to engage in a Second Revolutionary War. The fact that they are not doing this . . indicates a very big problem. As the United States gets ridiculously Socialist keep in mind that the roughly two million individuals currently in our military . . could donate about 1650 (sixteen hundred fifty bucks) .. and they could raise over three billion dollars . . almost three and a half. Instead we're standing at zero - not even a penny. Keep that in mind. Also keep in mind that failure (in this case to raise funds) can be a victory if it is illustrating a point.

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