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  1. How does Bush and his henchmen live with themselves, knowing they’ve killed these men?  How can they keep on doing it?  I asked these questions all through the Viet Nam war, and here we are, so many years later,  and nothing has changed.

  2. I do believe that Saddam Hussein was a dangerous madman. That is indisputable. But I do not see the Iraqui people paying the price for THEIR OWN FREEDOM that we seem to be paying on their behalf. I don’t hate Bush, I don’t blame Bush; our Congress voted to go to war based on the information we had, which was apparently not completely accurate, but I think given the same intelligence information (apparently the best we had at the time), most Americans at the time would have agreed with the choice. The thing is, most Americans now do not agree that we should stay. It is heartbreaking to know 4,000 families and countless friends of families are grieving, and 4,000 American lives have been lost. Mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters. It’s a huge loss, just overwhelming. Every one of those people meant the world to someone else. Lisa

  3. WASHINGTON – A study by two nonprofit journalism organizations found that President Bush and top administration officials issued hundreds of false statements about the national security threat from Iraq in the two years following the 2001 terrorist attacks.
    The study concluded that the statements “were part of an orchestrated campaign that effectively galvanized public opinion and, in the process, led the nation to war under decidedly false pretenses.”

  4. How fitting that as I write this there is a John McCain, (dedicated war hawk) ad attached to your site.  If he is our next president, who knows what that number will be four more years from now.  OUT OF IRAQ!  NOW!

  5. Bush is the worst president in history.   If the Dems don’t win in November, there will be 4000 X 2 or 3 over the next few years.  Iraq is a non-winable civil war and it’s lunacy for us to be there.   Leave it to the nutcases that live there to settle their own differences.   Enough is enough.  

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