oh my. a bit dramatic..
I dont understand??????/
I think it is ridicoulus. So the Commander and Chief asked him to cover with an umbrella hiim and his guest. Good grief, it is an umbrella. I think the rule is utterly ridicoulus and people are making a mountain out of a mole hill. Good grief.The commander and chief is the top ranking military official. His orders stand. It isn't beneath a marine to hold an umbrella that is insane.
distressed? I wouldnt say distressed, disrespected sure. I find it disrespectfull by all means that a marine is having to hold an unbrella. Sorry but I feel it should be the other way around, most due to repsect.
This was the pic that went with it.
Quoting HaleyCovington:I don't know a lot about marine regulations so I don't have anything to recite or quote for reasoning on my opinion but I find it sad that a marine is the only person that could hold the umbrellas. I'm petty sure they pay people to do a lot less, like make coffee and run errands. He's a United States service man and should be shown more respect than that in my opinion. He serves his country but hey, when your commander and chief asks you to protect him from he rain its not like you can say no right?
First time seeing this... im curious. My brother is a marine, now I want to ask him.
That's bullshit. He's a United States Marine. I'm a liberal, voted once for Obama, but that is BULLSHIT. Get wet, motherfucker.
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