ENRAGING anti-vet article provokes backlash: ‘You don’t protect my freedom . . . forced troop worship must stop’

Those ultra-smart libs at Salon.com were probably looking to stir up their ultra-smart readers but ended up raising a hornet’s nest of outrage with a column published Sunday attacking men and women in the U.S. armed forces and police across the country.

With the ludicrous headline of “You don’t protect my freedom: Our childish insistence on calling soldiers heroes deadens real democracy,” the magazine betrayed only its utter ignorance of how the world works – and how real democracy is protected.

A subheadline of the piece says “Forced troop worship and compulsory patriotism must end.” It’s a given that Salon writers (and readers) don’t know much about worshipping anything but progressive liberal heroes like the one in the White House.

But conservatives are giving them a lesson in how the country really feels about the men in uniform, with guns, who protect the democracy we live in – and the freedom of liberal morons to spew their filth.

Check out some of the responses, including a Twitter rant from Montel Williams, here:

If you are offended by really bad words, skip this last tweet, but it probably says exactly what many are thinking:


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