A Tet Offensive Every Day
My, but the blood is getting deep.
A UN convoy was attacked today and two more U.S. soldiers died for nothing.
The killing of four of its soldiers within 48 hours added to domestic pressure on the United States to persuade reluctant allies who opposed its invasion to share the burden in Iraq.
Some hope. You made your bed, George. It's too bad our boys have to sleep in it. Oh, wait, if they sleep they might get murdered. Meanwhile, I assume you're still getting your 12 hours a day and snoozing like a baby dosed with Seconal.
Again, I ask any Americans who might give a damn about our soldiers dying for absolutely nothing--at least nothing not in the interests of Cheney and his friends: Have you had enough yet?
No? Well then, go back to watching American Juniors
and forget about the nasty, nasty facts. You have an amazing way of supporting your troops, and it's easy to say you do, being half a world safely away.
I'm sure when a few actually come home the ticker-tape parades will make them feel it was all worth it, at least till they find out the VA will not support their now-torn lives. And feeling ashamed of allowing the president to continue this would just be counter-productive and depressing. Don't grow up. Don't worry. Be happy.
Labels: cheney, politics