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|05-30-2006 11:43 AM|
I'm so confused. What is the definition of "bashing?" If bashing= talking bad about/being critical, then this thread seems to be bashing Bush, not the military. If bashing= something more serious like, say, KILLING people, then I'd say that Bush is ultimately responsible for doing the bashing. And he is not a member of the military! He is their civilian (mis)leader.
|05-30-2006 07:06 AM|
|chersolly||No one is bashing the military. They need to be pulled out of Iraq before another 2,500 die.|
|05-30-2006 02:20 AM|
|aniT||I don't think anyone is bashing the military. They are bashing Bush and the other policy makers.|
|05-30-2006 12:30 AM|
|Tata||I think it's not about supporting the soldiers by not protesting the war or their actions. It's about getting them back so they stop dying. Isn't that the best form of support for anyone?|
|05-29-2006 11:51 PM|
Although I feel it's very wrong to only give a widow 30 days to get out of base housing. I don't agree with a lot of things our leaders do.
This is really not a day to be bashing the millitary. I am a veteran of this war as is my dh. We have lost friends due to this war. Getting angry at Bush does not bring them back, nor does it change the fact that we are over there. A person can do more good by just supporting the soldiers that are in the millitary. (supporting the troops does not mean liking or agreeing with everything the administration does)
|05-29-2006 11:45 PM|
|05-29-2006 11:41 PM|
|05-29-2006 11:40 PM|
Next he'll have the widows throwing themselves on their husbands funeral pyres.
Shame is absolutely the right word for this administration. Sickening.
|05-29-2006 11:37 PM|
|chersolly||Yes, a widow has 30 days from the day of death to leave housing.|
|05-29-2006 11:31 PM|
i never cease to uncover deeper levels of shame that DH and i spent time on active duty to this military.
|05-29-2006 11:26 PM|
Emotional Bush says US must finish military campaign in Iraq