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Military cemeteries abroad show U.S. good will

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posted on Oct, 24 2005 @ 04:16 PM
a washington times oped , here :


is IMHO a strange story - it has some valid points , BUT the author cites the esperience of WWII as one of his main arguments

seemingly ignoring the blindingly obvious facts that the current situation is in NO way similar

and also ignores post war policy - where are the allied cemetries in korea , vietnam , the balkans ????????

bottom line will any service family trust a nation whoes fate is still undecided with the mortal remains of thier fallen

i think not

posted on Oct, 24 2005 @ 08:43 PM
I understand what the article's point was...but not yours?

I think its a little wierd to want to have cemetaries be a tourist attraction...I personally wouldn't go on a cemetary tour.

But the general had a good point about how we went there, fixed it(or tried our best), and left, without taking anything in return.

I dont like the Washington Times or New York Times, and others like it, because they are Very Left, and i'm a republican.

Ignorant ape...explain your point...I dont get it.

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