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Hey, Internet libertarians are known for their thorough understanding of human nature.

THOROUGH, I tells you.

Also it's tremendously ironic to have a "libertarian" come in and support unnecessary foreign wars. Haven't quite shed that Republican mantle just yet there, huh?

Ron Paul's speech during the Tea Party rally was hilarious, started talked about pulling the US out of foreign entanglements and people got PISSED.
Old 10-29-2010, 11:24 PM Gibonius is offline  
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Hey, Internet libertarians are known for their thorough understanding of human nature.

THOROUGH, I tells you.

Also it's tremendously ironic to have a "libertarian" come in and support unnecessary foreign wars. Haven't quite shed that Republican mantle just yet there, huh?

Ron Paul's speech during the Tea Party rally was hilarious, started talked about pulling the US out of foreign entanglements and people got PISSED.

I like Ron Paul.
Good person (to a point) , good acheivements.

Weak politician and a bit... off his rocker.
Would never vote for his ass either after some of the shit that was highlighted about him during his 15 minute stint.
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Old 10-30-2010, 12:22 AM tegandje is offline  
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You are not officer material man, pick another direction for your life. The military needs sharp young individuals who WANT to be there, no strings attached. With the way numbers are going these days, the military can afford to be selective. They don't need to settle for anyone who is "interested."
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For the record- you don't just "decide" to be an officer. Unless you want to go Marines (in which case, be my guest,) you're going to have serious trouble getting a commission unless you have a STELLAR candidate portfolio.

I enlisted after I graduated because a) I didn't want to fly a desk like most officers that aren't pilots in the Air Force, and b) I knew that I would realistically not get a commission- I have a BA in political science, and I graduated with a 3.4 from UNC. When I enlisted, I was also just a semester shy of my MBA. The Air Force, from what I understand, is barely offering candidate boards these days. You might have better luck looking at the Warrant Officer program in the Army/Navy.
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Join the coast guard.

Same as the navy, but the only time you'll ever end up in combat is when some country launches a navy attack on the US. Plus you get to rescue stranded boats, bust drug shipments, etc.

Might be a bit more compatible with your liberal ethics.
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Join the coast guard.

Same as the navy, but the only time you'll ever end up in combat is when some country launches a navy attack on the US. Plus you get to rescue stranded boats, bust drug shipments, etc.

Might be a bit more compatible with your liberal ethics.

"busting drug shipments" is one of the most dangerous jobs in the United States Armed Forces.
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