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  •  As far as I know (1.33)
    but couldn't invade any countries if there were no soldiers doing the shooting.
    •  Isn't that kind of hypocritical too on your part? (1.00)
      killing Iraqis is bad, you probably say, but you won't condemn the people who are killing them.

      Well, it's time to ask yourself what you believe in - War or peace?

      And, I guess in your case, if  it means you have to be rude to a soldier, you're on war's side.  

      •  Bush, Rumsfeld, Cheney (4.00)
        Those are the people killing them. The sooner you wrap your head around that fact, rather then beating a convient scap goat, the better off you'll be.

        No, you won't do that. You'll go on self-agrandizing tagents about all the good you're doing to clean up the world, and what horrible people soldiers are, and how in Canada, you all think anyone who joins the military is mentally ill. Oh, and down rate people who politely disagree with you, persumbely because they're soliders.

        Stop me if I'm getting it wrong...

        Come see the house that Tom Delay built.

        by Goldfish on Thu May 26, 2005 at 01:33:13 PM PDT

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      •  My father was in the Army too (none)
        but in WWII. He was Army Intelligence. Among other things he was an interrogator, and yes, he did beat the crap of those who had a responsablility of decimating your family in Europe. He also did pose as a captured german soldier to be able to find those officers who were trying to hide their rank.

         It is not a matter of the soldiers per se. The problem is this useless war, and this republican administration.

        If you want me to go back to the place I was born , tell your corporations to leave my country (Leon Gieco)

        by cruz del sur on Thu May 26, 2005 at 08:28:57 PM PDT

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