Slain soldier George Cauley was full ...

Slain soldier George Cauley was full of humor, heart, his frien...

There are 13 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Oct 15, 2009, titled Slain soldier George Cauley was full of humor, heart, his frien.... In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Lying in an Afghanistan field hospital last week, newly wounded by a roadside bomb, Spc.

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#1 Oct 15, 2009
God Bless your soul George Cauley and thank you for your sacrifice. You are one of my heroes.
Smartass

Saint Paul, MN

#2 Oct 15, 2009
" HUMOR " ??? This killing business is serious.

Since: Jan 09

Canyon, Mn.

#3 Oct 15, 2009
The Iron Range and Minnesota has lost another hero. God bless you George Cauley and your family and freinds. Thank you for your sacrifice and proud love of Country.

You died like a hero, but more importantly, you lived like one.

From an Air Force dad.
Retired RA

Saint Paul, MN

#4 Oct 15, 2009
I saw tail end of Korea, all of Nam few other stops in between. Twenty two years total, nice salad bar, ok check each month, VA health care etc...but lost buddies right in the field...I ask today all for what ? If i could do it over I would be a Park Ranger chasing Yogi....
badgerone

Minneapolis, MN

#5 Oct 15, 2009
mesabi69 wrote:
The Iron Range and Minnesota has lost another hero. God bless you George Cauley and your family and freinds. Thank you for your sacrifice and proud love of Country.
You died like a hero, but more importantly, you lived like one.
From an Air Force dad.
Not just the Iron Range and Minnesota.But the United States of America has lost another American Hero...God Bless this Soldier.I to Thank You for your Sacrifice.And All those who Protect our Freedoms.
badgerone

Minneapolis, MN

#6 Oct 15, 2009
Smartass wrote:
" HUMOR " ??? This killing business is serious.
This is not the place for your so called Humor,And there is nothing funny about this Soldiers Death.
smart

Minneapolis, MN

#7 Oct 15, 2009
Smartass wrote:
" HUMOR " ??? This killing business is serious.
WOW!!!!!!!! Just remember this MAN died for your freedom.
Smartass

Saint Paul, MN

#8 Oct 15, 2009
smart wrote:
<quoted text> WOW!!!!!!!! Just remember this MAN died for your freedom.
OK Smart tell me how my freedom is at risk ? You moron you just don't get what war is all about. Makes rich richer and poor middle class people dead.
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#9 Oct 15, 2009
Smartass wrote:
<quoted text>OK Smart tell me how my freedom is at risk ? You moron you just don't get what war is all about. Makes rich richer and poor middle class people dead.
God, this world is a scary place when people like you go off the meds. You are obviously a left wing liberal puke, which is just as scary.
badgerone

Minneapolis, MN

#10 Oct 16, 2009
Smartass wrote:
<quoted text>OK Smart tell me how my freedom is at risk ? You moron you just don't get what war is all about. Makes rich richer and poor middle class people dead.
You have the freedom to think the way you want and do the things that you choose to do.You have the freedom to vote any way you choose weather it's republican or democrat or independent.You can even choose your religion...
And in case you didn't know it all those freedoms would be gone if it had not been for these brave soldiers who fought and many of which died for those freedoms.....like they say..Freedom dosen't come free...
I'd also like to add and I've said this before..
A Nation Which Forgets Its Defenders Will Itself Be Forgotten.

Maybe you should think about that when you lay down in your bed tonight and go to sleep.
A Soldier Chaplain

Ashland, WI

#13 Nov 8, 2009
I just stumbled upon this discussion. The exercise of free speech, the vigorous dialog presented by all sides is a necessary enterprise for people in a democratic society. But, please don't do it under the bi-line of a fallen soldier.

George's family will likely google his name, read this dialog and they at this time are not thinking politically, they are mourning the death of their only child. For the sake of those who mourn carry on this political conversation in a different venue, there are many. Please.

Respectfully,

ChapB
Richie

Verona, WI

#14 Dec 30, 2009
Smartass wrote:
<quoted text>OK Smart tell me how my freedom is at risk ? You moron you just don't get what war is all about. Makes rich richer and poor middle class people dead.
I knew George he was a great guy,hung out with him before he got shipped back out, ignorant pricks like you make everyone sick if only it was you out there instead of being a little puss enjoying your time in mn, if only it was you getting the shrapnel pulled out of your body.
SusieJD

Buffalo, MN

#15 Feb 7, 2010
George was a friend of mine. He once worked at Tabakas in Longville and would carry out my groceries for me. He was so energetic and always so helpful. We would talk about his service to the reserves and how much he wanted to help the war in Iraq. I also saw him often in the Super One in Walker, stacking shelves. He always took time to talk to me. I miss him dearly and appreciate his love for this country and how he gave the ultimate for it. God Bless George!

Susie

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