Author Topic: We’ve given up on Canada’s military, so let’s abandon it altogether  (Read 35721 times)

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Actually not an emotional issue for me in any way, shape or form.

Just an issue that the CAF decided upon 30 years ago.

Apparently, some have yet to get over it and move on (the girls didn't bring it up in here).   
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Actually not an emotional issue for me in any way, shape or form.

Just an issue that the CAF decided upon 30 years ago.

Apparently, some have yet to get over it and move on (the girls didn't bring it up in here).

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No topic, decision, or policy is above questioning / criticism / objective analysis. Don't care if it's uncomfortable for you or anyone else.

I think it may actually be you who is uncomfortable with REALITY.

Fill 'yer boots then; I don't see us going back 31+ years in time, but you go guy!!  I'll better spend my time moving ahead with the CAF instead of insisting on living in the past.
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On that note, I’m shutting this down for a while. I requested that things get back on course in my earlier post, but that didn’t happen. This thread has certainly somewhat drifted off from the original article contents which were posted.
Let’s take a breather.

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