I prefer a majority opinion to a vast MINORITY opinion.
How many are veterans from the Iraq War?
Wanna bet mor than 59? BWA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HAHow many are veterans from the Iraq War?
Plus, that site is 3 YEARS OLD. I wonder how many still support Bush now.
Not sure, but some people probably like being at war, and others want to say something that reflects how they're trying to cope; certainly if you're stuck there, you might not give your 3 o'clock in the morning thoughts to an interviewer.I prefer a majority opinion to a vast MINORITY opinion.
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What's the membership of that orginization? 56??????
try this one...Veterans for Bush, Vets Support George W. Bush in 2004 Vets4Bush.com
I can give you 3 or 4 more that size if you want.
Plus, a lot of blood under the bridge since 2004Not sure, but some people probably like being at war, and others want to say something that reflects how they're trying to cope; certainly if you're stuck there, you might not give your 3 o'clock in the morning thoughts to an interviewer.
Then there are the bulls#itters who could care less and just thrive on the strife they can create here for fun........Rod, you will find that the same people who lifted up the election of Bush as being a new direction for this country because of majority elections are not nearly as interested in following the majority when it may oppose their own thinking. When the majority agrees with them, it is right. When it disagrees they believe it to be wrong and the result of leftist media. They seem to have no confidence that Americans are smart enough to think for themselves.
Pelosi will lead you to the kool aid font!Military Families Speak Out
Military Families Speak Out : Index
is an organization with over 3,300 military families opposing the war in Iraq.
This organization still may have less members then the organizations RF referred too in his links. However, I do not think ONLY the military families or the troops should dictate how the United States Government sets its priorities, spends its money and resources. We do live in a democracy. I think on November 7, 2006 the MAJORITY of Americans did vote for a new direction in Iraq.