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March 24, 2003

War Blogs

In case the incessantly repetitious coverage of CNN/FoxNews/… isn’t enough for you, check out the indefatigable Sean-Paul Kelley, who’s providing seemingly round-the-clock news aggregation about the war. Or, for a different perspective, try the enigmatic Raed.

It comes as no surprise, but things are getting ugly.

Posted by distler at March 24, 2003 8:40 AM

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Re: War Blogs

“Things are getting ugly”.

After two years and almost 2,000 American lives I’d have to say this whole thing was a mistake.

Posted by: Extagen No on June 10, 2005 6:23 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

Re: War Blogs

Our involvement in Iraq has been permitted by the American people because of the loss of free speech.

Many Americans are not aware that it is against the law to depict pictures of the flag draped coffins returning from Iraq. If this freedom of speech were not taken away from the media, The American people would be far less likely to support our troops being killed. A picture is worth a thousand words. Right now the Americans being killed are only numbers. It is the pictures that really tell the true story.

I find it interesting how the war in Iraq is suppose to be about freeing the Iraqi people. I think we’d be better off fighting to free the American people.

Posted by: extenze on July 6, 2005 7:05 PM | Permalink | Reply to this

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4 Marines killed in Iraq’s insurgent-heavy Anbar province.

It is not “Cut and Run” “It is Stay and Die” Bring our boys home

Posted by: mc on June 22, 2006 9:39 AM | Permalink | Reply to this

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