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Public Input Sought for Renaming Some Military Installations

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The members of the Commission on the Naming of Items of the Department of Defense that Commemorate the Confederate States of America or Any Person Who Served Voluntarily with the Confederate States of America — better known as the Naming Commission — want to hear the public’s suggestions on how to ...

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  1. Changing names is much easier than changing hearts and minds. It’s also easier to kow tow to the PC folks than it is to defend the names we have. I guess it’s okay to offend some people just to appease others. This country is heading in the wrong direction fast. LEAVE THE NAMES AS IS!!

  2. So, Americans are stranded in Afghanistan, our southern border is wide open, more suicides among our troops, China threatening Taiwan and the Pentagon wants to change names of bases who played .eani hful roles in the stories of millions of Americans who actually selflessly served in the protection of freedom. Look, cut to the chase. Me them Karl Marx, His Hall, and Leon Trotsky. When will I wake from this nightmare?

  3. So some liberal Washington wokeholes got together and formed a commission of old retired liberal, woke retired military officers and tasked them with renaming nine DoD bases and a Navy ship. Wouldn’t it be cheaper and easier to turn the bases and ship over to the Taliban and let the Taliban rename them?

  4. As it will soon be the case that only the most extreme politically minded pajama boys & Girls, those very much eager in learning all the military can teach them about ” White Rage ” , ” White Supremacy ” , ” Critical Race Theory ” , ” LGBTQ ” will be allowed to advance within the Military ranks, & eventually through a weeding out process be the only ones allowed in the military period, I would suggest Fort Milktoast, Fort Pantywaist , Fort Quivering Liver.

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