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Military personnel should educate

May 5, 2013

DEAR EDITOR: I am a retired Air Force Reserve pilot and served, over a span of 30 years, with both the Air National Guard at Mansfield, Ohio and the Air Force Reserve at the Youngstown Air Reserve......

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Goneforgood

May-07-13 6:47 PM

“no thank you I'm straight, but I'm sure you have lots of YOUR kind there in the Core”

Here we go once again with the false accusations and the lies. But I understand that with your small closed narrow mind and your inability to have an independent thought it is hard for you to do much more.

Not to mention your lake of self-control, pride and discipline, if you had any of those things you would have never filed bankruptcy. Right dos?

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Marmel

May-07-13 1:07 PM

"It’s so much fun to see you spin out of control and contradict yourself. It just makes my day."

Dos's list of contradictions rival Obama's list of failures and tie Obama's list of lies.

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Marmel

May-07-13 12:22 PM

What a convoluted piece of trash piece.

It is based on numerous false assumptions.

1) Criminals obey laws! LOL

2) All the "less armed" countries enjoy our same freedoms

3) Stricter gun laws equal safety. Well than the list toppers for violent gun crimes wouldn't be Cali, Washington, Chicago, New York. Where they have the strictest gun laws in the country. Some one explain that please.

4) The national guard should be concerned with it's safety above the safety of Americans

Why would the national guard need to be afraid of law abiding citizens unless of course they are used by the government to oppress. Secondly the same "law abiding" citizens that the national guard should fear are the only ones that will be forced to comply with the law. What about the criminals????

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dlkking

May-07-13 11:34 AM

I would really like to read comments about the articles on here but usually what I find, is like today, childish comments berating each other. So sad. The Tribune should make everyone use their correct names to be able to post.

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reallytiredofit

May-07-13 11:16 AM

I'm sure you don't have time to worry about me because you have Generals and Admirals to advise and correct, wishful thinker. As far a playing with my toy, no thank you I'm straight, but I'm sure you have lots of YOUR kind there in the Core, Right superhero?

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dstabt

May-07-13 10:18 AM

Slippery slope is all I have to say. Right now the mantra is, " keep guns out of the hands of criminals and mentally I'll." Next it will be, "Well, we have found that to be impossible so it's illegal for everyone, you know, for safety sake....lol. This is all about justifying militarization of local pds while decreasing the citizens power for ultimate control over the population. The leaders in the military not going along with the agendas are retiring or being fired. They are being shaken down to see if, need be, will be able to follow orders to fire upon their own citizens. Don't EVER forget about the STAND DOWN order given in Benghazi when our people were crying out for backup and help. This retired personnel seems to have made a suggestion about a need in the coming future. Only in America do we glorify the trained killers in the forces.

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Goneforgood

May-07-13 7:11 AM

“Well I for one don't spend all day worrying about who or WHAT you are”

I don’t spend all day worrying about you, you are just my little toy when I get bored I play with your feeble little mind and laugh at how easy it is to get you worked up and confused.

As you would say HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 10:03 PM

Make up your mind am I a boot, are your tax dollars paying me or am I lying about being a Marine?

It’s so much fun to see you spin out of control and contradict yourself. It just makes my day.

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 9:57 PM

That’s right you would just turn a blind eye if you saw someone doing something wrong, but not me.

Spin it anyway you what to in order to try and justify it in your little closed mind, that’s your MO.

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 9:41 PM

Once again you can’t defend your comments with any intelligent response so you resort to childish name calling and false accusations.

I would think someone your age would act a little more mature.

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 7:13 PM

In other news, the Air Force chief in charge of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program was arrested and charged with sexual battery over the weekend.

I bet that LtCol will be taking some UCMJ advice for an enlisted real soon.

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liemonger

May-06-13 6:42 PM

"Like I said before I’m more than will to sit down with you and compare service record next time I’m in town."

Good luck with that.

You have to understand that she's a lying coward.

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 5:10 PM

Man you really are clueless as to how the Marine Corps works, aren’t you?

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 5:05 PM

“Are you having a class today to teach the Lt. Colonels in the Corps all they need to know about the UCMJ.”

Not today but a couple of months ago we had a SNCO and Officer PME on the UCMJ given by a SgtMaj, and yes there were LtCol’s and some Col’s there.

Are you reallytiredofgettingslapeddown yet?

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Goneforgood

May-06-13 5:01 PM

“Not the best Marine either”

Like I said before I’m more than will to sit down with you and compare service record next time I’m in town.

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liemonger

May-06-13 1:32 AM

" I am surprised at the fact that you would belittle a retired Lt. Colonel of any branch of the service."

Posts an axx that lies about serving.

Got back to the underground you mvoretard.

The only thing more pathetic is the d-bag using the marine handle.

Total lie and she's totally clueless,

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marine12

May-05-13 10:37 PM

The NRA has stated that any reasonable background checks is an infringement on the 2nd amendment and boils down to an emotional issue. The NRA and our congress are phonies. The aftermath of 9/11 certainly was an emotional issue and the misnamed Patriot Act was passed with no difficulty even though many in congress did not read the act, resulting in compromising our 4th amendment. No lobbying money for against the Patriot Act.

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Goneforgood

May-05-13 10:17 PM

“WHETHER not weather, Make sure the officers know how to spell”

I will admit that I’m not the best speller but that was not a spelling error it was a grammar error.

Wrong again old man.

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Goneforgood

May-05-13 10:10 PM

“Now it's time for you to go back to teaching the Marine Corps Officers HOW to do their job.”

I never said teach I said “advice”, again you twist things around and put your own spin on them to suit your needs.

If enlisted are not supposed to advice officers tell me why is there a Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff?

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Goneforgood

May-05-13 8:28 PM

“That's why I have NO respect for you”

Weather you do or don’t have respect for me has no bearing on my life what so ever. In fact I would not what respect from a bankrupt, brock, judgmental, lying hypocrite like you.

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Goneforgood

May-05-13 8:23 PM

“Neither is it an enlisted mans place to advise an officer of the UCMJ”

That comment shows just how little you know about being an enlisted man.

So if an officer is doing something wrong and an enlisted man sees it he is just supposed to turn a blind eye to it? It is absolutely the enlisted man’s place to advise all officers on all matters to include the UCMJ. If an officer does not seek out advice from the enlisted he will lose the trust and confidence of them.

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reallytiredofit

May-05-13 7:53 PM

Oh and Hanc Defendemus, GFG!

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reallytiredofit

May-05-13 7:51 PM

It sure is a stretch, goneforgood. One doesn't have to be a former Marine to know that Marines are not supposed to denigrate Commissioned Officers of other branches of the Armed Forces. Neither is it an enlisted mans place to advise an officer of the UCMJ. You just keep on displaying what a pitiful example of an Armed Forces member you are. That's why I have NO respect for you, your a little loser.

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Goneforgood

May-05-13 6:30 PM

“Goneforgood, I am surprised at the fact that you would belittle a retired Lt. Colonel of any branch of the service.”

A retired LtCol should know that it is ageist the UCMJ to use his rank and service to promote a political agenda in any form.

Granted it is a stretch to say this is promoting a political view, but when in doubt leave rank and service out of things like this

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Goneforgood

May-05-13 6:22 PM

“must be part of the new Marine Corps because it certainly wasn't there in the past”

How would you know you were never in the Marine Corps?

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