posted on Oct, 26 2009 @ 07:27 PM
Six minutes away from my home I would drive down the street and see war protesters, marching against the U.S. being involved in Iraq. They were angry
that people were dying. Candidly, I was sad to hear of the deaths too. Did something change from a year ago? People are still dying, there's still
a war going on:
"Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- At least 30 Iraqi children riding in a bus were among the 160 people killed in Sunday's twin car bombings in Baghdad, the
Interior Ministry said Monday.
At least 540 people were wounded in Sunday's attacks, the deadliest in the capital in more than two years, the ministry said." -
Now, the news has coined "two wars" describing our international relations policy and for good reason:
"Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) -- Fourteen Americans died in two helicopter crashes in Afghanistan on Monday, NATO's International Security Assistance
Force said: 10 in one incident and four in the other." - www.cnn.com...
Shouldn't we have twice the protests? Or even the same group of protesters out there longer? Instead, I see no protesters.
[edit on 26-10-2009 by saint4God]