10.04.2006

The Forgotten War

In the less than a week, 17 more U.S. families have learned they will never see their child again. Story.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

This war is not forgotten by me. It's rare a day passes when I don't think about what we're doing in the Middle East. If I was young again, I'd jump at the chance to serve my country and be first in line to volunteer for duty.

Anonymous said...

The ABC Sunday morning show runs an In Memoriam piece about 10:15. each week they list all those that were killed the previous week. It seems to have been averaging 20 a week for as long as the war has been going on. "Stay the course".

Anonymous said...

Anon @ 3:11 pm

Join the Marines .. Do you know what their new motto is?

The Few ..
The Proud ..

The DEAD ...

Anonymous said...

3:11 Jump right in there! They are taking old guys too!

Put up or shut the f**k up!

Anonymous said...

My son is a US Marine and I hope and pray everyday that he never has to do a tour in Iraq. I also pray for everyone who has a son, daughter, husband or other loved one over there....

Anonymous said...

Hey Anon 6:36, I did put up when it was my turn with 2 tours of duty in Viet Nam -- another war the American public despised. Your comment is born from ignorance and cowardice.