posted on Jun, 26 2004 @ 03:22 AM
Yeah of course RANT, it's alllwaayyys our fault isn't it!?!? Yeah yeah, we're always the bad ones. You sound like a typical close minded liberal.
Whenever the U.S does something good, you ignore it or deny it. When something bad happens it's "OOHHH!! Alert the media!!! We've done it
Yeah, they're really brainwashing me into thinking that wanting to stop these men that are cutting of the head of a kneeling, innocent man and
holding it to the camera is wrong. Yeah, that's some real brainwashing isn't it? Typical, you refuse to look at both sides of the story. The U.S
government is so badddd and evil sending people off to die for not good reason huh!?!?? They're just out here for oil!!! It's so much fun to be
against your own government isn't it? And let me guess, you think that you're the open minded one because you're against the U.S. The sad thing
is, I used to be like you.
When the war started, before even hearing the facts, I was against it. I thought Bush may have planned the 9/11 bombings of the "WTC". Then I
opened my mind to a little thing called reality. But now I see, there's no convincing you. Even if the evidence is shoved right in your face,
you'll just deny it and say that the U.S made it up. I have a relative that is involved in this. He's showed me pictures, told me stories. He
knows what's really going on. Now I can look at this with an un-biased opinion (unbiased meaning that my opinion isn't affected by the fact that
I'm conservative, or liberal). I agree that we are doing some bad things over there. Forcing our way of life by putting up "Subway" chains and
McDonalds is definately wrong. I will not, however, deny the fact that there are dangerous terrorist organizations out there that really need to be
Keep in mind, these weren't Army personel. They hadn't captured people who were trying to kill them. These were innocent people just trying to
earn a living. If we back out now, these organizations are just going to get stronger.
Oh yeah, and thanks michael moore. He brought up the point that only one out of the five hundred some odd people in congress's kids were in the
military. Like it was a mad thing that they don't let THEIR children serve in the military. But if you look at the ratio of people in the US, to
people in the US army. It's much much less than 1:500.
[Edited on 26-6-2004 by Herman]