Fallen Minn. Soldiers Honored At Capitol Ceremony

There are 7 comments on the KSAX story from Jul 22, 2010, titled Fallen Minn. Soldiers Honored At Capitol Ceremony. In it, KSAX reports that:

A Minnesota soldier killed in Iraq in 2008 and another missing in action since 1968 and presumed dead will be honored at a State Capitol ceremony.

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Tiny Tim

Tunbridge Wells, UK

#1 Jul 22, 2010
Why?
exmp

Battle Lake, MN

#2 Jul 22, 2010
hey tiny tim did you serve your country in the military? My question to you is why not?
JON

Saint Paul, MN

#3 Jul 23, 2010
Rest in peace soldier..Your a hero and an example of the finest men our nation has to offer.

My prayers to your family and bless all the other soldiers who continue to fight for freedom, even for those who don't deserve it.
Tiny Tim

Birmingham, UK

#4 Jul 23, 2010
JON wrote:
Rest in peace soldier..Your a hero and an example of the finest men our nation has to offer.
My prayers to your family and bless all the other soldiers who continue to fight for freedom, even for those who don't deserve it.
Don't be so silly.
The Iraq grunt was shot by a patriot defending his country from the illegal occupation. It's a condition of being a hero that a heroic deed has to be done - not merely get shot.
As Iraq never threatened your freedom, he must have gone to the wrong country for its oil instead.
The Vietnam grunt was illegally occupying another country never posing the US the slightest threat, helping murder over I million innocent citizens.
Neither deserve any type of honor. Both stunk out the planet.
Stupid Grunt

Saint Paul, MN

#5 Jul 23, 2010
Tiny Tim wrote:
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Don't be so silly.
The Iraq grunt was shot by a patriot defending his country from the illegal occupation. It's a condition of being a hero that a heroic deed has to be done - not merely get shot.
As Iraq never threatened your freedom, he must have gone to the wrong country for its oil instead.
The Vietnam grunt was illegally occupying another country never posing the US the slightest threat, helping murder over I million innocent citizens.
Neither deserve any type of honor. Both stunk out the planet.
So you mean to tell me that Saddam Hussein didn't pose a threat to the US? That man murdered and killed thousands upon thousands of his own people, and not only that he also invaded Kuwait one of the US's allies thus causing a threat to the US. There were rumors of Saddam rebuilding nuclear weapons which was never confirmed but after the attacks on 9/11 the US is going to be more on the offensive when it comes to possible hostile actions. Now you can sit in your stupid country and bad mouth the US and the soldiers all you want but when those terrorists start bombing or attacking you or people you know, I think you will be speaking a different tune. As far as the soldiers that were lost and killed in action, they volunteered to serve the US and in doing so they are told where to go and what to do. And they deserve all honor that should be given to them for they're sacrifice. It is because of these men and women that we and I mean the people of the United States remain free and have the freedoms that I enjoy everyday. Have you ever been to Iraq, have you seen how those people live? Have you seen what the US has done to help rebuild their country? I hope that one day you face a terrorist and because you are not like him and you do not believe what he believes that he then takes you and chops your stupid un-educated head off you ignorant prick!!
The Grim Reaper

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Jul 23, 2010
Your day will come, one day you will be washing your car and the next day you will be hit by one and no one will morn for you because you are the worst kind of coward--It might even be tomorrow -- grow up tiny tim.
Tiny Tim wrote:
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Don't be so silly.
The Iraq grunt was shot by a patriot defending his country from the illegal occupation. It's a condition of being a hero that a heroic deed has to be done - not merely get shot.
As Iraq never threatened your freedom, he must have gone to the wrong country for its oil instead.
The Vietnam grunt was illegally occupying another country never posing the US the slightest threat, helping murder over I million innocent citizens.
Neither deserve any type of honor. Both stunk out the planet.
ex-mp

Battle Lake, MN

#7 Aug 2, 2010
Tiny Tim wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't be so silly.
The Iraq grunt was shot by a patriot defending his country from the illegal occupation. It's a condition of being a hero that a heroic deed has to be done - not merely get shot.
As Iraq never threatened your freedom, he must have gone to the wrong country for its oil instead.
The Vietnam grunt was illegally occupying another country never posing the US the slightest threat, helping murder over I million innocent citizens.
Neither deserve any type of honor. Both stunk out the planet.
you seem to forget that if it wasn't for U.S. soldiers like my father and many others like him you may not be here right now!

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