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November 10, 2006

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Popeye

Kudos for being brave enough to ask this question. I struggle with similar questions. . .

SmartBlkWoman

The troops go where they are told to go and do what they are told to do. This isn't really about them at all.

Whenever people say "but wait, we can't talk about this because we have to support the troops!" it's a smokescreen. The only people that say that are those that don't want to talk about the real issues. Namely, can we "win" in Iraq? Is this whole 'war on terror' a bunch of bs? And the most important question of all "did Bush lead us into a quagmire because somebody tried to kill his Daddy years before?"

Pearl

It's almost a biblical conundrum isn't it? Like taxes.... yield unto caesar that which is caesar's but still serve higher good first. Sometimes higher duty is refusing commands when the commands are wrong but the whole structure of function breaks down when people from ground level break rank with those who say they can see the whole chestboard and long term.

btw, it2m know what they like. One can't get what you like wrong. I rather enjoyed their smackdown myself. But thanks for coming to my defense. :) That's sweet.

Shephard

What I can't seem to convince myself of, is whether it is accurate to say any 18 - 25 year old truly comprehends mortality and the value and impact of loved ones in their lives. I don't think there's a person on the planet who could convince me of that. Not even Dr. Phil. To me, that means their choices to serve are not wholely well-informed.
THAT breaks my heart.

~S

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I looks like a gorgeous issue!
Congratulation on getting your crown published it is very beautiful!

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