Thu 10 Nov, 2016 11:50 pm
Where then most vocal about supporting the troops and thanking veterans for fighting and dying for our God-given rights as Americans in the morning, will be berating, belittling, bemoaning, and mocking the American citizens who freely exercise those rights in the afternoon.
What a time we're living in.
Well, I am thankful that we have people in this world willing and able to rise up and join the armed forces. To all of you, thank you. Even Snood.
I don't know about America, but Remembrance day in the UK is something that unites us. It's not about being pro war but remembering those who died, even if it upsets a few bureaucrats.
England and Scotland players wore black armbands bearing a red poppy during Friday's World Cup qualifying match at Wembley despite failing to get clearance from Fifa.
World football's governing body turned down a request by both teams to wear the symbol to mark Armistice Day.
Fifa said it had not "banned" the move but "reiterated" rules on displaying "political" statements on shirts.
England and Scotland could now face a points deduction, a fine, or both.
England won the Group F match 3-0 thanks to goals from Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana and Gary Cahill.