US Ambassador to Sofia Salutes Bulgaria on Completion of Iraq Mission
In a statement sent to the media Tuesday, a day before the last Bulgarian unit returned from Iraq, Her Excellency called the Bulgarian men and women in uniform "heroes" and "patriots" who successfully contributed to bringing peace and stability to Iraq.
"Bulgaria has proven itself an unwavering friend and invaluable ally. The decision to join the Coalition's efforts was not an easy one and it did not come without cost. ... The United States salutes the brave men and women who serve in the Bulgarian Armed Forces and is honored to stand as a genuine friend and true partner of this fine country", McEldowney's statement reads.
The US Ambassador declared the completion of Bulgaria's military mission in Iraq a very proud moment for the Bulgarian people and for the friends of Bulgaria.
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"Yes the difference is that you are trained killer "
No, I'm not a trained killer. I've never killed anyone in my life, and am glad that I didn't have to.
But I still say anyone who would just lie down and let someone kill him is a damned fool. Self preservation is probably the strongest instinct a person has. If someone were to break into your home or office (wherever you do your bitching from) and tried to kill you, you'd do whatever you could to prevent it.
As for your praise of the Russian canal plan, it may well work. It's just going to be more difficult than the one in Panama was, but the Panama Canal was made years ago, when the building equipment and tehnology was more primitive than today's, but you're in no better position than I to evaluate the difficulty.
Well, if you're determined to sit in front of your computer and let others take the risks, I suppose you have to live with that kind of cowardice. Personally, I couldn't. If I went into a firefight, I'd be scared to death, but I'd go. The goal's worth it.
This business of "I abhor violence" is the weakest of excuses. You go do what's necessary to achieve peace, and then enjoy it. You can't just sit on your butt and complain while someone else does the work.
There's no really humane way to kill, but in your case, since you said "rats", i.e. plural, I figured that bombing your house would be the simplest and most cost-effiicient way of getting rid of more than one at a time.
You and your "brainwashed"! Yours (assuming you have one) has not only been washed, it's been bleached and hung out to dry.
But try as hard as we can to keep this forum at least somehow related to Bulgaria, even though it strays frequently, it would be appreciated if you'd seek some other platform for your tirades against the US.
As a famous cartoonist once put it, "Freedom must be fought for and won many times".
It's you pukes who sit in front of computers and bitch who contribute nothing. If you're so anti-US, go join some army and fight us. If your army is as weak as your arguments, it'd be an easy victory for us.