posted on Jul, 2 2004 @ 01:21 PM
I just watched it, and it was to say the least depressing. For the first time I actually felt for the people that lost their lives in the WTC. At
the time of happening I couldn't care less, people die all the time.
There was a scene in which two millitary personnel were recruiting people. They approached it like they were selling a product. Their audience were
below middle class. People would join. The same people would then die, with family members being left with the grief. People don't seem to
understand that being a marine has the price of death attached to it.
It's not like a game, there are smells, dead bodies on the fall, and people dying every second. It was priceless when the marine overboard said that
Iraq did not threaten the states, Iraq posed no threat to the states, and Iraq had no involvement with 9/11. Stuff like that makes you want to live
in a fantasy world. In the end who is it that we should blame for the countless number of deaths. The situation is confusing to say the least.
Either Bush is covering up important information, or he really is just a pitiful human being.