Don’t feel sorry for Seal Team Six

They were Warriors.  They lived as Warriors.  They fought as Warriors.  And they died as Warriors.  This is the highest honor any Warrior can hope to achieve.    The have seats at the table in Valhalla.  I am only sorry for the loss their loved ones have to cope with… and I am sorry for the loss of such valiant assets for our Armed Forces.  My prayers are with the Surviving Members of Seal Team Six, and for the families left behind.

Now these Seals have the opportunity to go down from the Pearly Gates and pay a visit in hell to Osama Bin Laden and kick his ass some more.

11 thoughts on “Don’t feel sorry for Seal Team Six”

  1. “They were Warriors. They lived as Warriors. They fought as Warriors. And they died as Warriors. This is the highest honor any Warrior can hope to achieve.”
    Amen.

  2. I’m sorry for the loss of talent. We need those warriors now more than ever. There should be a rule, no more than 12 SEALs on one chopper.

  3. God’s blessing on these fine men.

    Team 6 kills Osama.

    Obama and his admin leak who did it.

    Now they are dead in one copter crash accident?

    This stinks to the highest heavens.

    1. “It’s a total make-up, make believe, we’re in an American theater of the absurd….why are we doing this again….nine years ago this man was already dead….why does the government repeatedly have to lie to the American people,” asked Pieczenik.

      Back in April 2002, over nine years ago, Pieczenik told the Alex Jones Show that Bin Laden had already been “dead for months,” and that the government was waiting for the most politically expedient time to roll out his corpse.

      Pieczenik said that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001, “Not because special forces had killed him, but because as a physician I had known that the CIA physicians had treated him and it was on the intelligence roster that he had marfan syndrome,” adding that the US government knew Bin Laden was dead before they invaded Afghanistan.

  4. A POS I have met posted this on a local forum, and I quote:

    “Actually this is good news because it will hopefully show everyone how hopeless the situation in the Middle East is and Obama in his infinite wisdom will bring our military home. We can’t afford the mission in Afghanistan (look at the mighty Soviet Union’s failure there) and need to abandon the area.

    It is too bad they died but sometimes sacrifices have to be made for the greater good. They died in vain for a worthless cause but if it helps end our involvement in a place with no hope of success then so be it.

    Christians will celebrate the notion that they are in a better place.”

    I have no words, except to say I am shamed this is a fellow Texan, talking out his ass. But this is the braindead Obamatons we are all going to have to deal with next November.

    The next time I see this guy, I may end up in police custody. If so, be sure he ended up with fewer teeth.

    I for one am humbled by the bravery and sacrifice of our beautiful warrior heroes. I am not worthy to look them in the eye, but I will protect their honor the best I can.

  5. Every day we owe a debt of gratitude to these heros
    God bless our soldiers and especially their families.

  6. With all of our technology, why the hell don’t we have automated countermeasures to defeat something as simple as an RPG on a slow moving Chinook?

    Rest in peace, gentlemen.

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