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Friday, January 12, 2007

count me in...

from united for peace:

on saturday, january 27th, people from every corner of the country will march on washington, dc. our message will be clear, our voice will be strong: end the war in iraq! bring all the troops home! we urge you to join us!...


i'll be there. i've had it with this f&$k*#g administration.

i've had it with the silent minority who still supports this war, too. yes indeed, our soldiers pay the price for my right to protest. but they also pay the price for these path-of-least-resistance f%&k#e@d$ to wave their little made-from-thai-child-labor american flags from the sidewalks while shouting tired slogans and hollow threats at protesters who would rather see american soldiers come back home and get whatever medical and psychological treatment they need than come back in bodybags. we anti-war types, you see, tend to view your run-of-the-mill human life as precious, not expendable -- unlike those who have no qualms about the american government butchering people for practicing islam while brown in our name, so long as they can keep watching seinfeld reruns on their widescreen tv sets, drive their gas-hogging suvs to and from the wal-mart one mile away for the cheapest toilet paper, and fuss over how slow the service is at applebee's when they're in a bit of a hurry -- even though they could have grabbed a bite to eat at the food court or placed an order at some drive-thru, two simple conveniences which exist in large part to placate these path-of-least-resistance f%&k#e@d$.

sorry, but i tend to view my fortunes as completely dependent upon the well being of my country. if the flag-wavers have nothing to offer this country beyond their blind obedience to a parasite's pack of lies, then i don't know what anyone can say to them. seems to me these folks are beyond reach. seems to me that they're convinced that fighting and winning the war in iraq is the key to saving our national soul. but if that's the case, then the war is lost, because they're driven by fear.

i'd like to tell these people something, in the hope that it will make an impression on some of them:

fear doesn't save people's souls. it destroys them.

my 2 cents.

don't be sad, little lamb. have another whopper. it's cheap, convenient, and appropriate...
posted by Jim Yeager at 12:24 AM |

4 Comments:

Frankly I could care less about the war criminials who are bankrupting our country, destroying its reputation and bringing dishonor on the uniform that honorable men wore to fight the evil that the present military has become.

For the sake of the Country -- Yes.

For the sake of the innocents being murdered --- Yes

for the sake of warcriminials obeying illegal orders to engage in an illegal war by illegal means and relying on the discredited Nuremberg defense to protect them from the punishment they so richly deserve --NO

They voted for a war monger by large percentages. They got the war they wanted. Good riddance to bad rubbish.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 8:51 AM PST  
To all:

If you join us in DC on the 27th, I hope you will consider carrying an American flag. Carry a sign too, if you like, but please carry a flag. I am sick and tired of ceding the flag to those who think it is only worth respecting if it is carried on a battlefield. It can be so much more than that. It can be a symbol of hope, freedom, and peace. Let's carry it as our symbol of peace. Hell, carry a peace symbol AND an American flag.
commented by Blogger DBK, 12:29 PM PST  
MISSION: ACCOMPLete pack of lies.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 1:02 PM PST  
it'll be like deja vu all over again - the Vietnam protests...
commented by Blogger Pete Bogs, 9:05 AM PST  

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