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#40 - insanefreak (02/04/2013) [-]
Well, not to spoil you crying over who you consider a hero..
But you do realize that the families of the people he killed are celebrating his death as a just revenge for killing their husbands, who were fighting for a cause they thought just as well?

I'm not saying he's good, or he's bad, he's a man, who died, that's all there is to it.
I'm just saying that people should start to look at things from a more realistic point of view.

That and the saying still stands. Kill one, you're a murderer. Kill many, you're a hero.
Kill them all, and you're a psychopath.
#611 to #40 - anonexplains (02/05/2013) [-]
Soldier doing is job, hes navy SEAL, so hes most likely in more place than just Iraq fighting a retarded war.
User avatar #437 to #40 - brettyoke (02/05/2013) [-]
Well cuntmonkey, he didn't go out there to kill a bunch of bad guys on his own. He joined the military and they assigned him to the tasks.
User avatar #369 to #40 - bothemastaofall (02/05/2013) [-]
I think you accidentaly your line
User avatar #364 to #40 - faramir (02/05/2013) [-]
This is his justification for his extensive combat service: “The way they live day-to-day as far as the violence they commit on American troops – the beheadings, the rape of innocent villagers and townspeople, just to intimidate them. They live by putting fear into other people’s hearts. Civilized people just don’t act that way.”
User avatar #177 to #40 - adrilazzaro ONLINE (02/04/2013) [-]
wasn't it kill them all you're a god?
User avatar #65 to #40 - ruinsage (02/04/2013) [-]
i think it's supposed to end: kill them all, and you're a god
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#66 to #65 - insanefreak (02/04/2013) [-]
I tried to make a funny..
User avatar #76 to #66 - ruinsage (02/04/2013) [-]
subtle humor is hard to pull of on the internet, because it often relies on either body language, facial expressions, tone, or a preconceived notion
#41 to #40 - insanefreak (02/04/2013) [-]
(once again, to make clear: I do not say it's a good thing he died. I'd even guess that by being a good soldier, he saved more lives than he took. For a man who had the profession of a soldier, he definetly did his job. And I have to admit that, no matter what job you have, you should try to perform admirably in it. So in this case, he did his job well. And for that, I applaud him.
#48 to #41 - anonexplains (02/04/2013) [-]
What about his countless hours working with post-war patients and veterans? Disregarding the killing in this situation, I think he did at least do some good? I mean, he died trying to help a post-conflict soldier... I'm impartial myself but gotta consider all angles.
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