My grandfather is a decorated veteran of WWII...he doesn't have to be a civil rights advocate to give you your freedom. He laid down his LIFE and freedom, to give you YOURS!!<quoted text>Nope, your grandpa wasn't a US civil rights advocate back in Iwo Jima by killing Japanese soldiers. When your grandpa was killing Japanese soldiers, it was so that Roosevelt could use US boys to fight for the rights of 400,000,000 Chinamen, so that they wouldn't have to do it themselves. Now there's approximately 1.3 BILLION Chinamen thanks to your and my granpas fighting for their rights.
Regardless, in the US, a persons rights are a natural gift to them at birth. It says so in paragraph two of the declartion of independence:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
What does a civil rights advocate do that a soldier doesn't??? NOTHING!!
Hell, Al Sharpton is a civil rights advocate...you give him more credit than a soldier?? Jesse Jackson???
WOW...lol, what a fool!
You quote the Declaration Of Independence and the Natural gift of being free, as though no one can take that from you...lol
It can be taken in a heartbeat!!..North Korea ring a bell?
Who do you think PROTECTS the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and you???...our military!!
You are such a fool..I really don't believe you were ever in the military.
I smell bullsh*t...especially when you say you served the mandatory 6 years, when in actuality, the mandatory is 4 years...again I smell bull sh*t!