posted on Jan, 27 2004 @ 12:01 PM
Like the people who are coming to our front gates with bombs strapped to thier chest, crying because they are captured from their houses, from their
children and wives, and forced to perform a suicidal bombing or else their families will be killed. That is really nice to see that our enemies will
stoop to any means to make sure that they kill as many of us as they can, regardless of civilan population present, then they say that the blood is on
our hands, like we are responsible for the troubles that have driven them to these measures.
People can be very frightened of change. Change happens everrywhere, in everyones' lives, every day of thier lives. It is something to grow on, not
something to destroy. The problem over here is that change is something these people are not used to yet, at least for the better. We are here to
change that for these people, we want the country of Iraq to be what it wants to be, and sometimes there are prices to pay for that liberty so many of
these people are starting to get a taste of. Unfortunately there are those who do not wish to have these changes for the better, for whatever reason.
I do not believe that anyone who is not involved with the actions over here really has a right to critisize anyone who is over here. I think that
the wisest course of action would be too think about it from both sides of the spectrum, not just from one side. Be not so one-sided, please.