Comment: I disagree.

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I disagree.

I would not recommend soldiers dealing with PTSD related to their deployment seek treatment at the gun range. Sorry but coming from someone who works with these guys that is highly counterproductive.

They need to be listened to, first and foremost. I don't see a lot of people giving them those opportunities, especially here. But why would they come here to be listened to when the demonization of other human beings as a cult of evil is so prevalent on liberty blogs.

We should be very careful. I have been fortunate enough to weed through ignorant people.

As for Dr. Paul's comments, the only folks that are going to make this a big deal are the same people you see when you look in a mirror. I'd rather he had not put out that tweet but he is his own person and fortunately for me I know where he is coming from by his works. Many will not. No matter how many times you try to clarify those remarks. Many will never understand. The MSM will always run with negative news until you ignore it.

I appreciate his clarification. Not all of us ever were blood thirsty monsters. Many of us are apologetic for the sins we committed. But let's take a step back and look at your own part in the puzzle. We could never fight the wars of aggression without your consent. We are all complicit in its continuation.

No one is without shame.

Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. - Young Americans for Liberty - Stop Deploying Traumatized Troops