Today, many Americans are mourning our country’s fallen soldiers. Others, unfortunately, can’t be bothered. Then there is a third group: those using the occasion to express hostility toward the holiday, our troops, or both.

https://twitter.com/Justhellman/status/470944709376892929
https://twitter.com/AyoDarrell_/status/470955629322829825


https://twitter.com/Swift2Times/status/470953593915584515


https://twitter.com/XavierCosmos/status/470950967731445760
https://twitter.com/IAmYoungMal/status/470950679440535552
https://twitter.com/ripchanel/status/470954281890107392


https://twitter.com/Keiris_Surita/status/470950176044380160
https://twitter.com/Omniprezence/status/470958157141794819


https://twitter.com/americxnt/status/470957286798934016
https://twitter.com/_king_asia_/status/470956697486241793
https://twitter.com/__RealestNigga/status/470950061073903616
https://twitter.com/LittleDTattoos/status/470967733107310592


https://twitter.com/bro_itskjae/status/470917670183776256
https://twitter.com/talia_stern/status/470915282584993793


https://twitter.com/mikecavalier/status/470960717634342912
https://twitter.com/ZAMANDABYNES/status/470958380170113024
https://twitter.com/ddoTMichael/status/470940513471053824

“Wars wouldn’t happen if we didn’t have people to fight them.” The rest of the tweet is morally repulsive, but this part is actually true. We would not be able to wage war without our soldiers. We would just surrender instead.

[Update]

Predictably, some of the miscreants have deleted their tweets. Sorry, losers, Twitchy is forever.