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posted ago by TheGuyX ago by TheGuyX +129 / -0

How far will we as Patriots let this go? Will it take burning books? Concentration camps? hiding in attics and basements? It can and most likely will get to that point. I have a family, a job, and a gf, but I am willing to let all that go to fight for the greater good of America and the world. Also, before you call me a glowie (like a lot of people on here do), I'm just a 23yo that works at Kroger in southern Louisiana. I can't do anything alone, no one can, and I don't expect anyone to go it alone. Start the fight and I'll join in. Idc if I'm called a Terrorist or anything like that. I'd rather die on my feet than live on my knees, and that should be everyone's mentality, regardless of situation. Sorry for the wall of text, just had to get this off my mind.

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forth2win 3 points ago +3 / -0

You're young, join the military and get some experience there. You will have opportunities to get real leadership experience especially if you join the Marines. You don't have to stay for life, just 4 years will give you perspective that almost nobody outside of those who have served in the military will ever have. That's a springboard for you to make a difference in this country in the future. You can't stop the ball that's rolling downhill in the country right now, I don't think anyone can, so plan to make a difference once the ball gets to the bottom of the hill. Be prepared to step out and make a difference then.

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TheGuyX [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

I have tried to join the Army, was going for Tank Crewman, unfortunately I was denied due to previous head injuries and eyesight being WAY below the standards. Asked about other opportunities in the military and they really didn't want me there, not even in the reserves. Kinda sad really. That was when I was in peak shape at 18. But I have been going through pistol drills, reloads and the such.