RE: "Tributes"<br>Then how should these deaths be mentioned?<br><br>Or do you believe that they shouldn't be mentioned till they break ground on a memorial??<br><br>It's not like he ends the night saying "and here's another senseless death in a quagmire that blah blah blah..."<br><br>
Lest we forget the images of the people dancing in the streets in the Middle East on 9-11...<br><br>Talk about pouring gasoline on the fire..<br><br>[color:white]God speed, mikeb. Go drive your Boxster in the big Autobahn in the sky...</font color=white>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Then how should these deaths be mentioned?<p><hr></blockquote><p>I don't mind that these soldiers are mentioned. But what I would like to see is as much time devoted to significant accomplishments in Iraq. Like a new school opening, or a hospital, or a woman learning to read, etc.<br><br>Rather's "tribute" is a thinly veiled, one-sided statement against the war, meant to change the public mindset about us being over there. If they showed some of the good that our soldiers have done, that would be nice (and fair!).<br><br><br>
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