Damn, when you exhale anally, it tends to long and drawn out and stinky.A GLIMPSE FROM THE PAST
A Soldier’s View of the Iraq War March 5, 2004
I am a cavalry scout in the United States Army. I am stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas. We returned home Tuesday and I would like to comment on this war from a specialized soldier’s eyes. I honestly think the president lied to all of us. After seeing first hand what was in most parts of Iraq, my whole company could not fathom a threat of any means. I love America, and will defend her when called upon, but in this case there was not a real threat. By the way, the THANKSGIVING PHOTO-OP at the airport was only open to pro-Bush soldiers. We were screened unknowingly about four days before he showed up in secret. We didn’t know he was coming, but looking back, all the questions we were asked were designed to weed out the antiwar soldiers.
"U.S. soldiers went to their deaths in Iraq thinking that they were avenging 9/11 when Iraq had nothing do with it." --Richard Clarke,
"This is an oil-driven war, and I don't think any soldier signs up to fight for oil. When you try to find the justification and you think about WMD, and you think about terrorism and things like that. All you find is lies and you have no justification, you need that justification to be able to live with yourself."
--Staff Sgt. Camilo Mejia, who refused to return to Iraq because
he was disturbed by a gunfight that killed innocent civilians
psst. egotistical bush aka Caligula is quite famous for his photo ops. remember the photo op he gave at ground zero when he spoke through the megaphone? It’s quite obvious he never gave a damn for those who perished on that fatal day since he was more concerned about the performance he was giving. You could even tell that he was trying to produce crocodile tears to win an audience. I even recall carl rove-comparing bush to Henry V after the coward gave his stupid, bad and very cheap performance at Ground Zero.. sheesh…
HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND MERRY CHRISTMAS????????
I am sure your frat bros are proud.