On 9/12/08, By the way wrote:
> When I came back from Iraq to Colorado, not a single person claimed I
> was a "jerk" because I didn't live in Colorado for 15 months.
> I'll accept the judgement of all those people over the one single
> name-calling poster here.
> On 9/12/08, Agreed wrote:
>> It seems there is one poster who decided that they should judge
>> others, call people names and decide who the "jerks" are based on
>> their own opinions.
>> That person should seek professional help.
>> On 9/12/08, about jerks... wrote:
>>> On 9/11/08, Rodeo does not currently reside in CO, so ignore
>>> the jerk wrote:
>>> Oh, so "jerk", according to you when you are away from a place
>>> you are no longer from there, huh.
>>> My fiance spent a year and half in Iraq. So by your standards
>>> oh wise one, when during that year and a half did he stop being
>>> an American? Was it 1 month in? 6? A year? After he got back to
>>> the U.S. did he get to become an American again because he
>>> lives here now? How long did that take? The second he stepped
>>> foot back on American soil or at a later date.
>>> When I go on vacation to Ireland do I stop becoming American
>>> and start being Irish or do I belong to nowhere.
>>> What about Heidi Klum or a French tourist in America? What are
>>> they? Hey, is Heidi Klum more of an American than a US soldier
>>> on a military base in Germany or an exchange student from Ohio
>>> living in Germany.
>>> Exactly how does your system work. Please enlighten us. Or
>>> should we take your advice and ignore jerks?