Because there are positive roles models too!
Years ago I read some books on Carlos Hathcock. Marine Sniper- What stuck out in my mind so much was the ability for Carlos to concentrate. There was a story about him crawling through an open field for 3 days! He had to cross this field in order to finish his mission. The only problem was that the enemy was always looking in the field- walking in the field.
He had to crawl inch by inch for 3 days through this field. Who can do that! Yes I know there are some folk who can but not that many compared to how many are walking the planet. He was chewed on by ants and other insects- even laughed that he avoided death so many times but was going to be eaten alive and killed by these insects. When he had to go to the bathroom where do you think he did that at? Yep- he could not get up and use the restroom. Sometimes enemy patrols would walk right by him.
Then after everything that he went through during those 3 days on his belly- he had to get up- make the shot- and then get the heck out of there. Imagine how his muscles felt after 3 days of laying on the ground. It was a successful mission and he always viewed his missions as saving Marines, which he did. Carlos Hathcock-
I named Carlos after Carlos Hatchcock. This dog had the ability to concentrate fully on one thing at a time- but very intense concentration. I like to name dogs with a meaning behind the name.
The ripple effect by all of the lives that Carlos Hatchcock saved keeps on growing. There are some liberal pansies soft bellied folk who will point out that a sniper is killing people. Then there are the people who know that a sniper is saving lives.
Kinda funny that Carlos was named after a Marine and then plays a Marine--- Semper Fi !!!