Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Deadilest Day So Far

AP reports
BAGHDAD, Iraq – A Marine transport helicopter crashed during sandstorms in Iraq's western desert Wednesday, killing 31 troops, while insurgents killed five other American military personnel in the deadliest day for U.S. forces since the Iraq war began.
Why are we still there? When is enough? How many more young kids will lose a mom or dad? How many more moms and dads will lose a son or daughter? Haven't Halliburton, Bechtel, and the rest of Bush's war-profiteering campaign donors stolen enough? Why are we there?

This blood is no longer just on George Bush's hands. Now this blood is on the hands of every American who voted for him, on every American who failed to vote against him, on every American who has not yet publically denounced this insanity, on every so-called Christian who preaches about the "culture of life" while supporting to this adminstration of Death.

2 comments:

Jason said...

I share in your concern and I have the same questions. As someone who was appalled at the results of the last election, I am grateful whenever I find other awakened souls.

Keep asking questions, and keep up the good work!

Grassroots Mom said...

We have to keep denouncing them for our own sake, the sake of our country, and the sake of the world. They are evil.