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Originally posted by XPhiles
Now that I think about it, This is no different than posting a link to a porno video, the pleasure factor and the explicit graphics are no different in this situation actually..
Originally posted by phoenixhasrisin
This is worlds apart from posting a "porno-link" ! I am not posting this for excitement, I am posting this for information. If anyone finds anything I post to be of any sort of sexual excitement, then I would seriously suggest therapy.
Other than that, please look at the evidence and stories reported with an open mind. Thank you.
Originally posted by keybored
mixed emotions on this. I respect the right and the freedom to know, but perhaps a memorial page could also be set up to honor the fallen with dignity? Maybe visitors could light candles?
Originally posted by JIMC5499
Lighting candles may look cute on TV but has anyone done anything else? Ever call a VA Hospital and ask if they needed any volunteers to help out? Ever find that you had a bunch of paperback books and jigsaw puzzles you want to get rid of? Donate them to a VA Hospital Library. Got a teenage kid looking for something to do? Call a local Reserve or National Guard center and ask if you could cut grass or babysit for the family of a deployed member.
Originally posted by nativeokie
Maybe I approach this differently. There is too much effort to sanitize this war from the Americans. We don't show the coffins out of respect, we possibly ban videos like this out of respect.
You know what, we voted our current president into office. He had chosen to take us into this war on what most have to agree is shaky ground. I think you should see this and the coffins. This is the price for this war.
Agree with the war or not, this is what it cost. If you can't handle the price you should not have bought the war. The Nick Berg beheading was everywhere, and from that people started to think differently. I hate this poor soldier had to die, I hate that he gave his life but he did, I honor him by keeping his death in my memory. I wrote the check that paid for that death.