Posted on May 10, 2015
CW5 Roy Rucker Sr.
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Sgt Aaron Kennedy, MS
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I would prefer that members be respectful to other people at all times period.

1) If you wouldn't say it to their face, don't say it out loud.

2) Don't attack the man , attack the policy, attack the opinion, attack the decision. But going after the man is not only a logical fallacy, it's just bad form.

3) No need to tear others down. If you don't like them. Don't talk about them. Why give them any publicity?
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Because they are good soldiers, et al, that's why. You can surmise all you want. I detest this man because he is a fraud. He's never been president. Valerie Jarrett, Georges Soros, and Bill Ayers have been pulling this jerk's strings since he was in college.
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SGT Dan Gray Er stellt eine allgemeine Frage, da keine Namen erwähnt werden. Ich vermute, die meisten Menschen würden jedoch wahrscheinlich in sie einlesen, die in den letzten Jahren das Büro in den letzten Jahren geführt haben. Denken Sie daran, diese Frage wurde vor sieben Jahren veröffentlicht.

He is asking a general question, since no names are being mentioned. I suspect, however, most people would likely read into it obvious persons who have held the office in the past several years. Remember, this question was posted seven years ago.
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SSG (Join to see) ... Overall, yes, I 'spose you're right. But I can think of two people who are BEGGING to be categorically criticized and verbally crucified for their unadulterated (fill in the blank)!!!
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SGT Dan Gray ... Those to whom I am referring have successfully fucked an entire nation because of, by, and with their irrefutable ignorance.
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Lt Col Jim Coe
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Active Duty and Civilian employees are restricted with regard to political activity. If these laws and regs are violated, then appropriate disciplinary action should be taken.

Once you're no longer under these laws and regs, then your Freedom of speech is fully restored. You should participate in the political process to the best of your ability consistent with laws and good judgment. As a vet, your service helped secure the rights you are now enjoying.
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SPC James Dollins
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TSgt Hunter Logan - Agreed! Well said!!
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PO1 Javid Benson
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Yep I agree if u work for the government u can't say crap about your boss cause he pays your check
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MSgt John McGowan
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LT COL. It's hard to show proper respect when the public knows just how corrupt our leaders are. They show the public a false respect and lie between their teeth assuring us how much they care about our well being. All the while killing 300,000 babies a year. Planned Parenthood is the largest birth control unit anywhere. Corruption is so bad that it isn't even hidden now. I think they call it open season
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A1C Medrick "Rick" DeVaney
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MSgt John McGowan - ......
Damned It Sarge. ... You Had Me, Right Up UNTIL You Said:
"All the while killing 300,000 babies a year."...
"MURDERING"? How's That ?
What A F-King Pathetic Way To State That.... Why Not Just Say:
"Tossing Gas On 'the babies' And Hold A BBQ"?
Makes The Sound Of A Damned Trump Supporter.
Forgot The Word "HATE"?
That One's Always A Beauty!
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1SG Cameron M. Wesson
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CW5 Roy Rucker Sr. I agree it is disrespectful... Though I stop at the added ultimate.

I would submit that what it truly is, is simply unprofessional conduct. I don't talk about my boss, my bosses boss, on and on....What bothers me a great deal is that many of those same people talk badly about many people and it is said underhandedly almost in the third party. I elect simply not to play the game.

On a humorous note... I pulled up a COL short when I elected not to respond or laugh to the comment he made concerning the administration... He noticed this and asked did you vote for the current administration. My reply shocked the table, "that's not anyone's business at this table and has nothing to do with the task at hand... ask me a question that does... also... It's not professional." It became quiet and then started again. After the meeting the COL asked me to stay behind... I did... and when everyone left... he apologized... I guess he expected something because I asked if that was it... he said yes... I stood up and walked out... If he had really meant it he would have done it in the meeting.... My opinion
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SPC James Fie
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"By SGT James Hastings 10 days ago:
I totally agree that an apology in private is beneath the level of respect."

Unless you were the ONLY other one in the discussion. Otherwise, it's worth the first five sheets on the roll in the latrine.
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1SG Cameron M. Wesson
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Thanks SFC William Laws Bill
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Absolutely, hell-to-the-yah. Keep your personal opinions to yourself and do your job. Part of that job is respect to the President and those appointed above...
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Very interesting story, thank you, 1SG. Wesson. Forces me to take a second inventory of my own behavior. Being a law abiding gun owner and proud NRA Life member I'm sure if people who know me guessed how I voted and how I feel they would most likely be correct. I need to police myself a little better in the future. Everyday we have the opportunity to learn something new. I learned something new today. Thanks again.
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