Thursday, October 27, 2005

The War Dead

Americans Contemplate War's Milestone - Los Angeles Times:
"In dozens of interviews across the country, sadness was a universal theme as people contemplated the loss of 2,000 American service members. Many also were angry — or anxious — as they talked about how long the war might go on. Some said the only way to honor the war dead was to finish the job that was started when the U.S. invaded Baghdad in March 2003."
The only way to honor "the war dead" (a much higher number on the Iraqui side than on the American side) is for the Bush administration to admit its crimes, and back off responsibly from its war of agression, so that no more soldiers die or kill in the pursuit of the crooked neo-conservative agenda, which even now is plotting to engage Iran and Syria.

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