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    I am not trying to defend the entire Iraq Debacle.  I have as many problems with it as anyone else.  But that doesn't mean that every single decision made by the brass over there is bad or wrong.  

    I'm sorry, but access to YouTube and Myspace is not something I'm worried about for the troops, especially if it's creating an issue that limits computer effectiveness for people trying to do work with their systems.  I'm much more concerned with our troops having adequate armor and protection, better mission specificity, proper training, and better pay.  Troops getting to post on their Myspace page is a nice bonus, but not a necessity.  

    Supporting the troops is not defined by fighting for their Myspace privileges.  It's defined by helping them get home alive and in one piece, as soon as possible.  

    "The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting." Milan Kedrun

    by Guy Fawkes on Mon May 14, 2007 at 09:33:12 AM PDT

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