Hi everybody, I am Alex Roberts. As some of you know from an earlier article I am in our nations great capitol Washington D.C. this week. I will be here in D.C. until early Friday morning when I have to go back home. It is hard to believe that we are just twenty two days away from America’s birthday. The fourth of July is definitely one of my top three or four holidays that our nation celebrates every year. The others of course are Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. If it was not for our brave men and women who serve in the military our nation would not be the greatest country in the world like it is. We must be the greatest country in the world. It’s the only reason so many people from places all over the world would be so desperate to move to our country. There is something that many Americans do not do enough. We really should make it a point to stop and thank the brave men and women who have given all of themselves to protect this nation that all of us should love. In the words of Tom Cruise from Born In The Fourth Of July “love it or leave it.” If you don’t love the United States you don’t belong here. As always there are exceptions to everything in life. Sadly, Spenser Rapone is one of those exceptions. I would rather spit in his face before I ever shook his hand and told him thank you. I am not going to say that I hate him, but if he were on fire and I had a glass of water, I would really like to believe that I would drink the glass of water.
Who is Spenser Rapone and what has this man done to make me feel such a strong dislike for him? He was the West Point graduate who posed in a graduation picture holding a cap that had a message written inside that none of his instructors or fellow graduates could see as long as he wore it. That message read “communism will win.” It gets worse. In another picture that was taken the day he graduated this piece of crap of a human being opened his dress uniform to reveal a t-shirt with a blood red image of socialist icon Che Guevara. There are many who would have been proud to wear that uniform. Spenser Rapone defecated not only on the effort of every cadet who did not make it into West Point no matter how hard he or she worked. He defecated on our country.
It should not surprise any to learn that Spenser Rapone received death threats after what he had done with the uniform that so many others take pride in wearing. There are some of you who would feel that I am being completely biased by saying this but he completely deserved every single death threat that he ever received after what he did. For those of you who feel that I am being completely biased, HELL YES I am completely biased when it comes to the United States and our men and women who give everything that they have for her. These men and women give up everything. They give up time with their families. Some of them lose marriages to divorce because military life proved too difficult. They end up losing a large amount of their children’s childhood. They give up so much for us. In return for everything that our military men and women give up for us they deserve a lot better than pieces of crap like Spenser Rapone defecating on them and this great nation.
As of Monday Spenser Rapone is no longer part of our nations military. Top brass at Fort Drum have accepted his resignation from the military after an earlier reprimand for “conduct unbecoming of an officer.” The United States Army gave an official statement that let it be known there was an incident and appropriate actions were taken. The details of that incident were revealed by Spenser Rapone himself. According to Rapone an investigation found that he advocated for a socialist revolution online and spoke ill of high ranking military officers. The unrepentant modern day version of Benedict Arnold gave the military one final salute when he extended a middle finger at a sign to the entrance of Fort Drum.
In a statement that Spenser Rapone gave to the Associated Press he said, “I consider myself a revolutionary socialist. I would encourage all soldiers who have a conscience to lay down their arms and join me and so many others who are willing to stop serving the agents of imperialism and join us in a revolutionary movement.” He claims that his hatred for the United States started while he was serving over seas in Afghanistan.
After Spenser Rapone posted the sickening images online for the world to see West Point was quick to make a public statement that let it be known his actions in no way represented the values of the U.S. Military Academy or the United States Army.
To the brave men and women who serve our country and who have served our country in the past from the bottom of my heart I say thank you. To Spenser Parone and others like him who are hiding their values in secret. You can all go to hell. When it comes to the United States, love it or leave it.