This purports to be a cultural deconstruction thing. An art/film/literature fanboy thing. Kind of thing that’s frivolous around the time of somber memorial holidays.
Maybe. Or maybe the line twixt culture, and the service-people sworn to protect that culture, isn’t so stark. Or maybe I just wish it wasn’t. But the opinion of me and (sorry) thee probably don’t carry as much weight, in this debate, as these:
* Glenn Miller, Jimi Hendrix, James Stewart, R. Lee Ermey, Oliver Stone, Lee Marvin, Ernest Hemingway, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Dale Dye, Winston Churchill, The King, and General Marcia Anderson (who’s not exactly a celebrity, but should be).