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November 05, 2007

On Your Hands

Tim B. passed something interesting on to me, and so I thought I'd share it with you. It's been in an e-mail that has made the rounds, and I wondered about its authenticity...and so I took the bold step of looking this guy, J.D. Pendry, up on the Internet (after a Snopes.com search came up empty).

And what do you know? He exists, and he has a website. J.D. Pendry (CSM USA, ret.), according to his bio, is not a combat veteran, but:

I served my 28 years in the Cold War Army with an active strength hovering around 760,000, nearly twice that of todays Hot War active Army. For those 28 years I did what other Soldiers did. I deployed on extended training exercises away from the family, worked many 12 hour plus days, many weekends and holidays and missed many of the family events that are often taken for granted. I had 5 overseas tours and moved my family 13 times. I went where I was sent and did what I was asked. Like my Brothers and Sisters at Arms, I endured the idiocy of politicians without ever offering an opinion and served an American population that barely knew I existed. I have no regrets and I certainly make no apologies for who I am, what I did in the service of my country, or what I have to say.

I love him already.

Anyway, the e-mail I received was entitled "Axis of Idiots," but Pendry prefers to call it "On Your Hands." I'll reprint part of it here, but then be sure to click over to his site for the rest...it is a definite must-read. While this is over a year old at this point, I think it remains relevant today...what with the "leadership" we have in Congress and other know-it-alls who would throw our military under the bus as long as it means there's a possibility such an act would get them more votes (and thus more power) on election day:

Jimmy Carter, youre the father of the Islamic Nazi movement. You threw the Shah under the bus, welcomed the Ayatollah home and then lacked the spine to confront the terrorists when they took our embassy and our people hostage. Youre the runner-in-chief.

Bill Clinton, you played ring around the Lewinsky while the terrorists were at war with us. You got us into a fight with them in Somalia, and then you ran from it. Your weak-willed responses emboldened the killers. Each time you failed to respond adequately they grew bolder, until 9/11.

John Kerry, dishonesty is your most prominent attribute. You lied about American Soldiers in Vietnam. Your military service, like your life, is more fiction than fact. Youve accused our Soldiers of terrorizing women and children in Iraq. You called Iraq the wrong war, wrong place, wrong time, the same words you used to describe Vietnam. Youre a fake. You want to run from Iraq and abandon the Iraqis to murderers just as you did the Vietnamese. Iraq, like Vietnam is another war that you were for, before you were against it.

Good stuff. Read the rest, and be sure to check out the rest of his site...he seems to post about once a week.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 10:14 AM | Comments (4) | TrackBack (0) | Leftwing Lunacy
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From one cold warrior to another - How do I send this guy a thank you note for his service and his brilliant analysis?

Posted by: NewtownMark at November 5, 2007 03:27 PM

If you go to his site, he has contact information in the sidebar!

Posted by: Pam at November 5, 2007 04:45 PM

someone who presents such a stupid analysis of world affairs should be silent and invisible.

send him to some old cold war outpost in alaska.

Posted by: steve at November 5, 2007 09:06 PM


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