Monday, May 28, 2007

YOUNG DEAD MUST FOLLOW THE RULES OF THE CHICKENHAWKS


YOUNG DEAD





A FEW HEADLINES ON THE 5TH MEMORIAL DAY SINCE BUSH'S IRAQ WAR

President George W. Bush made a Memorial Day visit to the Arlington National
Cemetery
to honor fallen soldiers. He placed a wreath at the Tomb of the
Unknown Soldier and briefly spoke. He then met privately at the White House with
the families of "a new generation of fallen leaders". Bush says that he
believes that this war is the destiny of our nation. "This is our country's
calling," Bush said. "It's our country's destiny."

As we remember today all the sacrifices made and the lives given so we could be
free, the war in Iraq still rages on and lives are still being sacrificed.
"The greatest memorial to our fallen troops cannot be found in the words we say
or the places we gather," Bush said today. "The more lasting tribute is all
around us."

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ALL AROUND US HE SAYS! Small words from a small man. The question
is... HOW CAN HE SAY THESE WORDS AND STILL NOT HANG HIS HEAD IN SHAME? HE SENT OUR YOUNG TROOPS TO DIE FOR HIS EXPERIMENT. A PLAN THAT ONLY REQUIRED THE CHILDREN OF OTHERS, THE BLOOD OF OTHERS AND THE EXTREME SORROWS OF OTHERS, WHILE HE AND HIS COHORTS KNEW ALL ALONG THAT THIS WAS A CHOSEN WAR, AN UNNECESSARY WAR AND AN ILLEGAL WAR! That very moment, as he stood in front of
the graves of our fallen heroes and spoke the shallow dialect of his superficial
mind, troops were dying! thinkingblue

8 U.S. Troops Die In Iraq On Memorial Day

CBS News Interactive: Iraq – 4 Years Later


(CBS News) BAGHDAD The U.S. military has announced that eight troops died
in Iraq on Monday - Memorial Day in the United States - and Iraqi police say two
vehicle bombs tore through Baghdad on Tuesday, killing at least 38 people and
leaving scores wounded.

All of the American deaths came Monday in the volatile Diyala Province, north of
Baghdad. All the dead were Task Force Lightning soldiers. The military said six
soldiers died in explosions near their vehicles, and two more were killed when
their helicopter went down. They gave no further information.

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YOUNG DEAD MUST FOLLOW THE RULES OF THE CHICKENHAWKS

The young, fight a war for an ideology of the rich and lazy, who are perched safely on IVORY TOWERS to oversee their experiment. They tout in unison that their war is good and call those who fight, brave soldiers. Yet, they treat them like children when their illusionary "WAR IS GOOD" image is jeopardized.

HEY GUYS, NO MORE COMPUTER TIME FOR YOU BECAUSE SOMEONE MAY SEE YOUR CREATIONS, AFTER YOU'RE DEAD AND THINK YOUR DEATH IS TRAGIC! THAT IS NOT THE MESSAGE WE WISH TO SEND!" thinkingblue



YOUNG DEAD

The phenomenon is growing because the war dead are young - as of March 24,
more than three-fourths of those killed in Iraq were 30 years old or younger -
and comfortable putting personal information online.

"A lot of the younger Soldiers, especially young enlisted Soldiers, have a
MySpace page," says Army Sgt. Tom Day, one of the living who has served three
tours in Iraq and is currently deployed to Kuwait. MySpace has more than 100
million registered users.

The result has been pictures of war that are "much more personal and much
more public," said the History Project's Patrick. "That's a function of
technology."

The number of Soldiers who leave behind online profiles could drop after the
Pentagon's recent announcement that servicemembers deployed to Iraq and
Afghanistan won't be able to access MySpace and other social Web sites from
Defense Department computers. But the new rules don't affect commercial or
private computers ... READ MORE, CLICK LINK BELOW.

http://www.military.com/NewsContent/0,13319,137200,00.html

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BRING THEM HOME NOW

CAROLYNCONNETION - I've got a mind and I'm going to use it! thinkingBlue
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YOU CAN BEAM ME UP NOW, SCOTTIE. Thinkingblue

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