In Iraq for 365

About my experiences in Iraq... the frustrations, the missions and this country... and the journey home

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Posts you should read

Less People Less Idiots. A site of true satire. Very funny.

Powerline gives a great story / interview with U.S. Rep. John Kline. A former Marine, Kline is a true patriot....

Republicans recently became fed up with this misconception and conducted a vote in the House of Representatives on whether or not to withdrawal troops. 403-3 in favor of staying in Iraq. Now if you were to ask me, I would say that the idea of the 'American People' is a group larger than 3. Why wasn't this fact on the news? Why couldn't liberal hypocracy be proven wrong? Hanoi Jane” Fonda is claiming that ever since Vietnam, U.S. troops have been trained to commit atrocities against innocent civilians as a matter of military policy.

Must read from a Marine...

Veterans deserve better treatment...Washington, DC - U.S. veterans from the war in Iraq are beginning to show up at homeless shelters around the country, and advocates fear they are the leading edge of a new generation of homeless vets not seen since the Vietnam era.

Republicans and Conservatives: why are we in Iraq. These smiling faces are reason number one. The reason Theater Iraq is a part of the war on terror is that we could not allow these children to be the property of Saddam Hussein or his sons to rape and torture as they please.

Running Scared tells us we rank sixth in jailing journalists, but we still have a way to go to be No. 1.


At 9:00 AM, Blogger rev. billy bob gisher ©2005 said...

we have this tiny problem, a holdover from the horse and buggy days, called representative deomcarcy. i am trying to educate people to the tactics we need to employ to make the current system work better. your post screams for an overhaul of things. good luck on that one, i do think we would be better off, but i got a better chance of getting 6 on megamillions, than i do seeing true democracy in my lifetime.


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