But you guys chose to go into the military--well, maybe you didn't; but I guess you could have been a conscientious objector--gone to Canada, gone to jail instead of serving.<quoted text>
Tough sh!t on em, eh? Nice! And you whine you're not being treated with respect. Priceless.
Big D knows no d!ckless vets, don't lie for him.
You'll be the first to whine "Why wasn't I protected, where's the military!" if the time comes.
It's in extremely poor taste and disrespectful for you, Big D and Jizzy to bring up horrible disfigurements in your zeal for a matter that's trivial in comparison.
We did not choose to be gay.
Yet, you're allowed to marry, even though your voluntary military service left some of you sterile. And Kimare insists that since our relationships are sterile, we shouldn't be allowed to marry.
He says that mutually sterile couples shouldn't be allowed to marry.
A man who has a war injury leaving him sterile wants to marry a woman who has had a hysterectomy due to cancer... They are a mutually sterile couple. Does Kimare believe they should be allowed to marry?
And I don't understand why bringing veterans into this conversation has upset you. I honestly don't.
War is hell. People choose to go to war.