Looks like the soldier in the story doesn't really like freedom. So much for that "fighting for our freedom" bullshite
So what if someone was going around with a fake degree in the same field that you graduated in, stole a job opportunity from you that you could of gotten? You wouldn't be outraged? You wouldn't get upset and tell everyone that you've earned your degree and this guy is stealing credit for something he didn't earn? He would be sued for fraud by that company right?
Teenager or not, he didn't earn the credit to wear that uniform. He didn't put in the work for that right of passage. The kid's a fraud and he didn't even have to say a damn thing, the Uniform is a symbol that holds a meaning in it's own. Freedome doesn't mean devoid of respect, what the kid did was opposite of that and was put in his place. And someone got butthurt about it.
Honestly I'm just jumping to conclusions as to what the kid was wearing. Was it full battle uniform? Was it full Dress Blues? Or was it just a Top being worn as some kind of trendy jacket? Why the frick would he wear full dress blues?
This post was edited on 12/4 at 7:53 pm