steve1633 wrote:Just because you can't justify the war in the context of global politics doesn't mean it's ok for you to exploit a tragedy like this to make it seem as if the war is right. The man was obviously very courageous, but that doesn't change the fact that he shouldn't have had to show his courage in that way, it's really just a tragedy that instead of his courage being used to raise his children or work to improve his neighborhood it had to be used in a war that will only result in more young Americans having to sacrafice their lives for friends. The bravery of soldiers doesn't prove the righteousness of a conflict and for you to use this incident as some kind of attack against the anti-war crowd is a pathetic attempt to exploit a tragic event for your own purposes.
Lonewolfe2015 wrote:I would have a higher respect for the anti-war activists (mind you, thats slightly higher than dirt) if they didn't damage the confidence in our troops and make us look bad to the rest of the world.
flyohiou wrote:let's keep it straight. most people are not anti-war. they are anti-iraq war. and a great many of those "slightly higher than dirt" people include many soldiers returning home to denounce the war. it also includes many generals that quit under bush's command
that's not true and you know itBallsyone wrote:ohio, the main reason why the soldiers are complaining is because they aren't being allowed to do their jobs.
that's true thoughBallsyone wrote:JUST LIKE IN VIETNAM! It is VERY FRUSTRATING for the fighting men.
it was. mission accomplished, remember?Ballsyone wrote:This invasion should have been over 2 years ago.
i don't know what that means, but it's funny that you think bush is like a democratBallsyone wrote: Bush and Rumsfield are the modern day johnson and mcnamara.
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