Living a life of an American soldier demands many hardships: low income, loss of family time, taking orders to do unpleasant things, serving tours of duty in far-away, unpleasant places. Life as a military member is hard enough. But add to this the unexpected placement of a demented and criminal Commander-in-Chief who is controlled by an unknown source of Communist miscreants, and—well, you get the picture. Or do you?
Serving under a blackguard regime does anything but build confidence and camaraderie among the fighting forces. When our military is sufficiently modified so as to empower the enemy, a new kind of heroic action is required to save the republic. Either we answer the call, or we pay homage to the devil—and that becomes a life of hell.