I lost count of the people who lives I touched in a brief moment and are still alive because of decisions made or actions taken.<quoted text>If everyone always said what the meant and meant what they said, then there would never be any such thing as an apology. Correct? I know who I am and what I stand for. When I put the issues to the far right, the issues being: immagration, welfare, population control, crime control, and how to create jobs in this country, the playing field was leveled. It also brought out other issues such as civil rights, womens rights, religious rights. Issues of morality and so forth. Scoring "brownie points" as you say was never my intention. What I did find out was just where everyone fit in on that scale from left to right. Everyone plays the cherry picking game here. Just as Silver did when he dragged that resume out of Arnold.
In 22 years of "selfless dedication" to protecting and serving, I was recommend for citations of bravery or meritorious actions a few times. Never had any conferred. Why? Because I wasn't a fag needing validation like some high school prom date and actually go to the ceremony.
The difference between AZ and me, I am not constantly seeking validation and don't need a resume to prove anything.