Veterans Speak Out on Iraq!
January 23, 2007
Iraqi-War Veteran Army Sergeant John Bruhns has had enough of the War there and supports the withdrawal of US forces. This article describes some of his disappointments in Iraq.
Conversely, Retired Air Force veteran and embedded reporter in Iraq Michael Payne supports Bush’s escalation of the War.
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madfuq February 1, 2007 7:50 pm
We are seeing the same song sang for Iran as was sang for Iraq, well the tune is off key as far as I am concerned and the little war president in the WH just digs us deeper and deeper into one quagmire after another. Robt, if the man is not on drugs he should be but the right ones not what ever he may be on!
Endless war February 1, 2007 9:56 am
Are the neo-cons already planning on Iran becoming the middle nugget of intervention of Southwest Asia between Iraq and Afghanistan?
Do they feel the pinch of time–knowing they must create new complications of war in that region before Bush leaves office?
Expect Iran to be bombed by Bush sooner than later–for whatever pretense–as Iraq continues to deteriorate
Vicky January 30, 2007 4:57 pm
Well I said it so apparently it wasn’t beneath me. Sorry if I “disappointed” you Mark.
Mark Levine January 30, 2007 1:09 pm
No one should be spat upon for speaking their mind. But Vicky, you must know how unfair it is to characterize a march of 100,000 for the actions of one person. C’mon. That kind of criticism is beneath you.
I'm a little fetus--short and stout--not really eager on coming out January 30, 2007 12:36 pm
Weren’t the anti-abortionists allowed to march?
And–was that a threat?