Sunday, November 9, 2014

Far-Left Salon Soils Itself with Infinitely Disgusting Essay Attacking America's Military

Salon posted an essay this morning, by self-proclaimed "social critic" David Masciotra, that pretty encapsulates all that is irreversibly repulsive about contemporary progressivism, "You don’t protect my freedom: Our childish insistence on calling soldiers heroes deadens real democracy":
It's been 70 years since we fought a war about freedom. Forced troop worship and compulsory patriotism must end.
The response, and not just among conservatives, has been furious.

Jonn Lilyea, at the mil-blog This Ain't Hell, writes, "David Masciotra: you don’t protect me":
David Masciotra, you know, one of those stank-ass hipster doofuses who thinks he has something worthwhile to say about veterans and actively serving troops, vomits on to the pages of Salon to lecture the American people on how much he is ungrateful that American troops are responsible for the environment in which he lives, you know, an environment that allows him to criticize those defenders of his freedoms – not just troops, but he’s not grateful for the cops, either...
Read more here.

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