Tragic as their deaths are, the world is better for their passing, as the more service personnel the Americans lose the more likely they are to actually stop and think about their disastrous and needlessly destructive foreign policy.The world is the poorer for their passing.
While I'm sure bereaved Iraqis are over-joyed at your honouring their "involuntarily [sacrificing themselves] for the cause of peace", I'd imagine they'd have preferred if the US Air Force hadn't forced them to make "involuntary sacrifices".I honor the sacrifice so many Iraqi family's have involuntarily made for the cause of peace.
I'm reminded of a thread where a member of your institute said he supports the targeting of innocent civilians.I'm reminded of a thread where a member of your party simply replied "Good" when someone said that 3 US soldiers had died in Iraq that day.
'involuntarily' , well, I suppose it sounds better than 'didn't want to die but were killed anyway, and I'll be damned if I'll pay attention to them.'Who said we forgot them?
I honor the sacrifice so many Iraqi family's have involuntarily made for the cause of peace.
May God Bless them.
'give me a gun' So I guess you still dont realise that this war wont be fought just with guns. It will be fought with intelligence, technology, PR offensives etc. So if you have any of those [in fact, even a notebook and magnifying glass your all set to go 'hunting evil scum'] So get cracking McGuirkj!
Well, that'll scare the insurgents .....