Quantify this statement. Observations aside, put some numbers to it proving your case.
It's not what you know. It's what you can prove. All the rest is just bull shite.
You've spent too much time in 'online forumland'. There is no way to quantify what you're asking and you know it. If you really believe we treated soldiers better during Nam then God help you.
For the 3rd time, please specifically tell me what of the following is inaccurate. These aren't simply my opinions, but observations from history. There is a difference. And regarding my point about the football game and dirty plays, I think you know what I'm saying in that analogy, you just don't want to concede anything.
Do we not treat soldiers better today than during Nam?
Is Gulf of Tonkin not officially recognized as a lie?
And was there not a negative perception by the masses during/after Nam?
So none of those are really an opinion. They're factual observations.
And me explaining to you how a negative perception can be created by a small % of people behaving badly is not an opinion either, it's an attempt to help you see.
I'll try once more. If there are 6 very dirty plays in a football game, that's a lot. That team will almost certainly be called dirty for the way only 6 of 60 people behaved. Do you follow?
This post was edited on 11/25 at 12:27 am