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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Choogy, Feb 8, 2004.
Interesting Article About the War
Cant find the link...
A rather honest opinion about the war that I think a lot of people share. War was justified, but Bush sucks. I've heard it before, although never this eloquently put.
Any other thoughts? General Agreement?
I thought is was just well put, and wanted to share.
As citizens, what else can we do but go on with our lives? In our mind we know there is a war going on, but how can it affect us if we don't have a direct link to the war (friend or family in the armed forces)? A tax or some other sacrifice would remind us of the magnitude of the war, but would ultimately be received as an annoyance. If this annoyance was great enough, the American public would have a "stake" in the war, wanting it to end. However, if more Americans want the war to end, would anti-war sentiment be received as anti-army or anti-Bush?
Isn't this considered an "editorial"?
I don't like this idea that being against one particular war makes you generally anti-war and anti-everything-remotely-involved-in-war including the people fighting it and the people who initiated it. Why can't a bad decision just be a bad decision anymore?