I have some quotes from a fellow, Joe Argenzio, interviewed by the History Channel. He fought in Europe with the 1st Infantry Division (“The Big Red One”) 16th Infantry Regiment. His unit was clearing socialists (SS in this case) out of the Falkenau death camp;
“I know some of them that I encountered committed suicide– they jumped in front of my M1.”
Suicide. OK. That’s what the man said.
“As far as I know we got ’em all.. and they deserved what they got.”
Over 21 thousand members of the U.S. First Infantry Division were killed or wounded fighting the socialists and the Imperial Japs in W.W. II. Our only job is to remember them all. We have it easy. The socialists have it easy now too– all they have to do is stay out from in front of our M1s, so to speak. Today, there thousands more American and coalition GIs in the middle east and elsewhere fighting the latest socialist/statist menace– the Jihaddists. As in previous wars, their job is often thankless, but they know what they’re doing. Thanks, people.