Truth is, the antiwar movement in America died when Obama took office in 2008.
The Global Warming angst also died out with Obama's election and re-election.
Sure, there are occasional pockets of revolution. Every once in a while the lamestream mainstream media runs an antiwar story. Mostly the lamestream
mainstream media says nothing about the war.
Welfare has spread throughout the land. The protestors are satisfied. There's no more going out into the streets. Sure, protestors can type away on
the Tower of Babel internet. That's about the extent of protest in the Obama years.
Obama came...or was put....into office to placate the revolutionary masses. You've got to give Obama credit, he's done a helluva job for the
Pentagon and for big oil.
The vet wrote a scathing letter to Bush and Cheney. I'd of thought he'd at least send a copy to Obama. Bush no longer has the power to stop the
Mideast wars. Bush had nothing to do with Libya. The whole Arab Spring thing. The whole 'sending the troops into Africa' thing.
Well, anyway. Obama wasn't included in any mailing.
And this soldier's story will go largely unnoticed.
I'm putting the story on the table knowing full well that there isn't a squat's worth of the antiwar movement left to do anything about protesting
Dang. People don't even want to be bothered about global warming any more.
Albeit, if a Republican is elected in 2016...the whole antiwar/global warming melee will be resurrected.
Meanwhile, an Iraq veterans letter to Bush and Cheney:
Iraq War vet pens ‘last letter’ to Bush and Cheney
An Iraq War veteran who joined the U.S. Army two days after 9/11 has written a powerful open letter to former President George W. Bush and ex-Vice
President Dick Cheney accusing them of war crimes, "plunder" and "the murder of thousands of young Americans—my fellow veterans—whose future