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Iraq Veterans Against the War: ‘Winter Soldier 2008'

Iraq Veterans Against the War: ‘Winter Soldier 2008'

Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan was a 4-day event from March 13-16 in DC that brought together veterans from across the country to testify about their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan.


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Makes me so mad

That these f***ers who are pushing the war and Staying the Course are completely ignoring the voices of the soldiers who are fighting THEIR cause. I miss the days where an army's leader, the one who sent them in there, led from the front. Put Bush, Cheney, Rice and McCain on the front lines, THEN see how long the war lasts.

Live Free or Die - Amen to that

Live Free or Die - Amen to that

Our soldiers still deserve our support

Some have cracked under the strain of too little sleep, too much brainwashing, too much stress, over medication, but these are OUR broken soldiers, we should help MEND them. Many of them come home and take up a new standard, that of the Ron Paul Revloution. Many of them know exactly what is going on, and are torn in their hearts every day. The man who ordered them to war is nowhere in sight. To refuse orders leaves their brethren, the men who count on them to have their back, exposed.
Hate the war, end the war - but remember that most of the people fighting are doing so because they believed it was the will of "We The People." Remember September 12, 2001? That is when many of our soldiers signed up.

Truth exists, and it deserves to be cherished.

We Need Our Soldiers Support

Dont get it confused the army is a tool to control us.

And your fellow Americans will be holding the trigger while you digg your own grave.

I wish they were brave, could resist illegal orders and arrest their commanders.