We can think of any other day of the year when a piece suggesting we need a holiday to remember war resisters might just be a throwaway take, but Vox made sure to celebrate Memorial Day by arguing we should set aside time to remember those who’ve have tried their hardest to prevent war.
“We ought to also set aside time to remember those throughout American history who have tried hardest to reduce [war], to prevent unnecessary loss of life both American and foreign: war resisters,” writes @dylanmatt. https://t.co/GLKLOOcuO5
— Vox (@voxdotcom) May 25, 2020
— Tested Negative for Coronavirus 2x J.G. Petruna (@jgpetruna) May 25, 2020
Delete your account
— Jeremy Heer, CFA, CAIA (@MonocleMan1) May 25, 2020
We at Vox are going to do everything we can to distract from the real purpose of this holiday.
— Michael Wayne (@Michael23210143) May 25, 2020
Or, we could just commemorate Memorial Day as it was intended.
— John Wonderlin (@JohnWonderlin) May 25, 2020
— Nick Shannon (@NickShannon_) May 25, 2020
This is basically "all lives matter".
— ?Matthew UnbakedBun? (@XiphosB4) May 25, 2020
“All lives matter”
— Travis (@GreatBelin) May 25, 2020
— Allison (@SalmonCzar) May 25, 2020
They already have International Day of Peace, Sep 21.
— ChernobylChicken (@RealChrnblChckn) May 25, 2020
Everybody: Wow, Vox couldn’t possibly come up with worse takes.
Vox: Hold my beer.
— Chris McKeever (@TheRealMcKeever) May 25, 2020
The soldier above all others prays for peace, for it is the soldier who must suffer and bear the deepest wounds and scars of war.
Gen. Douglas MacArthur
— Raider Dave(Avoiding the CCP Virus) (@Raider_Dave13) May 25, 2020
This is not the day for this think piece.
— jules raymond (@yepjules) May 25, 2020
This ain’t it, champ. pic.twitter.com/UMIxEGt26x
— Mike Breslin (@mikebreslin815) May 25, 2020
What a day to suggest this. ? just pick a different day any other day.
— Neil Riddle (@ndriddle) May 25, 2020
Fine. Pick a day. This is not that day. Delete this tweet and post it then.
— Just L (aka Belaglik) (@JustLittleOldL) May 25, 2020
Pick another day for this bullshit.
— ? (@totter777) May 25, 2020
Liberals, every May: "Is there a way we can co-opt Memorial Day and dilute its intended focus on mourning for those who died in battle?"
— Hamlet of Manlius (@HamletofManlius) May 25, 2020
You guys sit around the office and try and think about what could be possibly the most insane way of spinning national holidays and such into random pieces about nonsense?
— Pat Baumerman (@WBYeatsCalledIt) May 25, 2020
No, we ought not to.
— Kuixote (@TheRealKuixote) May 25, 2020
Consider this monument. It is to American and South Vietnamese War dead. The so called “peace movement” forced a US withdrawal which then precipitated the charnel house in South East Asia.
How ever well intentioned, this was the result.
This day is for the War Dead. pic.twitter.com/6YYlGwBNmJ
— The Major ?? ?? (@saltymarine80) May 25, 2020
You want to remember the people who wanted to leave Nazi Germany alone?
— Dionysus (@Dioneyesuss) May 25, 2020
Yes, let's see your heroic monument to the war resisters of 1942.
— Latin X (@RealLatinX) May 25, 2020
We should have stayed out of WWII and let Hitler finish the job.
— Ted Jasper, IQ 150 (@TedJasper1) May 25, 2020
I guess Vox has finally discovered the virtue of Confederate secession? The expectation that separation > civil war?
— Culture & Anarchy (@anarchy_culture) May 25, 2020
Y’all serious with this crap?
— Scott Akos (@AkosScott) May 25, 2020
It's stuff like this that quite literally makes it so I celebrate every time you guys lay off workers. I'm going to buy a bottle of champagne when you finally close. In a just world, everyone who has ever worked for you would be die homeless.
— Check'Em (@lmaoclowncheck) May 25, 2020
Maybe we should celebrate it on Barack Obama’s birthday, seeing as he won a Nobel Prize for stabilizing the world and ushering in eight years of peace.
'Dude, just stop': Jake Tapper chose a really 'garbage op-ed to share' on Memorial Day https://t.co/z9OklYiPXy
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) May 25, 2020
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