Wednesday, January 28, 2015

American Sniper is about a hero

American Sniper has certainly touched a nerve for liberals. Michael Moore, the coward who made a movie about how bad GM was, but bowed to Obama as he gave GM billions.

 American snipers are not cowards. They are heroes. Again, liberals like Moore bow to Obama dropping bombs from an unmanned drone on an unsuspecting house. You will never hear them call out Obama on that. Is that cowardly? Eliminating the enemy is not cowardly. We dropped an atom bomb on Japan. Hundreds of thousands of unsuspecting people. Cowardly? Of course not.

If you choose to be at war with the United States, in any way, shape, or form, be prepared to get killed and eliminated in any way, shape, or form. Period.

The United States military does a thankless job, day in, day out. Cowards they are not.

True cowards hide behind a camera, safe at home, and never have to worry about getting their fat cat ways harmed. And why?

Because of all those so-called "cowards" in the United States military.

Hollywood should be proud of people like Chris Kyle, and thank God each and every day that they live in a free country, kept free by the blood and sacrifice of our men and women in the military.

American Sniper, the movie, is not for the faint of heart. It is R-rated on purpose. It's raw military at it's finest. Language and violence are common themes. No, we don't condone it. But showing war in reality can be quite raw. This movie is not for kids or even young teens. It's an adult movie about adult themes. If you are offended by such things, don't go see it.

But please, stand up for the people with the guts in Hollywood who support our veterans and military.

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