Will the pro-government, pro-military Yellow Shirts take to the streets again?
The piece of c.w. is that Republicans are pro-military and Democrats anti.
“I think it could bring people who are pro-military and people who are critical of the military together,” he continued.
You would think a Vietnam War veteran with two Purple Hearts would appeal to the pro-military GOP.
This heavy envy which is the dominant characteristic of the pro-military type is by no means confined to it.
mid-15c., from Middle French militaire (14c.), from Latin militaris "of soldiers or war, of military service, warlike," from miles (genitive militis) "soldier," of unknown origin, perhaps ultimately from Etruscan, or else meaning "one who marches in a troop," and thus connected to Sanskrit melah "assembly," Greek homilos "assembled crowd, throng." Related: Militarily. Old English had militisc, from Latin. Military-industrial complex coined 1961 in farewell speech of U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower.
"soldiers generally," 1757, from military (adj.). Earlier, "a military man" (1736).