Monday, May 14, 2007

Appeal 3000

While we were in the middle of a commo blackout here, the Appeal For Courage blew past 3000 signatures.
And if you haven't seen it, this graph on the Appeal's graph page shows a clear difference between Iraq and Vietnam.


Wadical said...

Yet, this war is continually compared to Vietnam. Obviously it bears no resemblance.

Every American death is a sad thing indeed. But it shouldn't weaken us so much as harden our resolve. Forcing a pullout is this biggest posthumous slap in the face we could give them.

I cannot swallow the lack of media attention this appeal is getting. Chief editors of every major media outlet in the United States are censoring the truth in favor of their personal beliefs, and they ought to be fired.

Thanks for the visit, Staff Sergeant. I'm adding this site to my blogroll. People need to read what you write.

Stay safe.

Eitan Ha'ahzari said...

Man, I'm so proud of all the young American soldiers serving in Iraw and Afghanistan. Heck, I wish I'd have joined the army, too but I immigrated to Israel to serve here. Stay safe and G-d bless all of you!!!

Warmest regards, Eitan.