Archive for the Iraq War Category

The Face of the U.S. Military

As some of you may recall, during the early days of the American-led war with Iraq, I developed a serious crush on Brigadier General Vincent Brooks. He was frequently on televsion as he was the spokesperson for the U.S. Army Central Command. Back then, very little was […]

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Refreshing Honesty From Blair

It is good to see that Prime Minister Blair is starting to be honest about the situation in Iraq. Maybe now that he and President Bush are publicly owning up the reality of the situation over there, something will be done to bring this war to an […]

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Homeless War Veterans

Regardless of where you stand on the Iraq War, there is no justifiable reason for disabled veterans who served their country with honor to be homeless. So shame on the United States government for letting even one veteran fall through the cracks. Goodness! Did we not learn […]

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The Fallen

I am currently listening to Ted Koppel read the names of the 737 American soldiers who have died in Iraq. I am overcome with emotion. They are all so young. Heck, quite a few weren’t even old enough to have a drink. I feel for their families.

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Whatever happened to General Brooks Go?

The war in Iraq is still front and center. I only wish that Army Brigadier General Vincent Brooks was too.

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