They were expendable

The casualties of our great war in Iraq. Don’t miss it. Not for the weak.

The Discussion: 2 Comments

Hey Richard, I think you’re straying over the top when you resort to bathetic phrases such as “you won’t believe this” or “not for the weak”, and I think the lack of comments suggests others agree. Soldiers without limbs feeling betrayed about a war they now question isn’t news to even the casual visitor to this site. If I was among the core hardline conservatives that post comments, I’d probably set up a collection box for tissues for you. (Right after one for a Mao book of your very own…..)
๐Ÿ™‚ (I will now use these stupid icomns that I detest so no confusion can be made about mylevel of sarcasm or sincerity…

October 26, 2005 @ 3:39 am | Comment

I really didn’t expect comments to this – there’s not much to say. But you’re probably right in sounding bathetic. I’ll try to tone it down, but the truth was, i really did find it a shocking story. It told me things about the solders’ suffering that i really didn’t know before, or didn’t want to know.

October 26, 2005 @ 4:10 am | Comment

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