Monday, March 19, 2007

Good apple

Atrios points us to Mark Smith, who called Iraq War vets who oppose the war "bad apples." I think it's incumbent upon Smith, who's rightfully very proud of being a "four-sport athlete in high school" to get himself to the nearest recruiting station and show those dipshits what "good apples" look like. He received his law degree from NYU in 1995, which, I'm guessing, he began right after graduating from college. That would make him roughly 38 and, lucky for him, the Army takes recruits up to 42 years of age.

It seems only fair that Mark demonstrates how it's done if he's going to criticize those who've been there.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Marmoset said...

See that's the thing, though... these guys feel that their "service" as cheerleaders is more important than actually serving in the military. They may take their inspiration from our ex-cheerleader President.... but then, even he did some military service back when it was safe to be in the Guard.

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