Very disturbing pics-US soldiers killed in action today. We will never forget!

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  1. see i know I will never forget, but unfortunately I KNOW lots of people will.. I mean ****, seems lots of people already forgot about sept. 11 2001

    yeah i was watching msnbc or one of those channels last night, where the guy "wolf" asked about the rules of engagement. The govt official said they would not change them, but would just be more cautious when apprehending surrendering iraqi troops. It appears that the soldiers that had surrendered, layed down their weapons..our troops went over to get them or whatever..then the iraqi's picked up their guns and fired into the marines line. NOW what they will do is keep the weapons on the iraqi's until they are patted down and stripped of all weapons...

    why wouldn't you do that before I don't know, i mean they are the enemy, whether surrendering or not

    h19


  2. Absolutely awful.

    Times like these, I wish I had joined the Marines when I had the chance.
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  3. Indeed Savage, indeed.

  4. ww...thanks for posting this. and not only will we not forget...we cant afford to. what would make these ultimate sacrifices even more tragic would be if they were in vain....and its this kind of thing is the reason I get so bent outta shape with these "protestors"...they are all too willing to accept the benefits of this nation but are unwilling to support pur troops
    I agree with you mscl,
    people wouldn't even be allowed to protest if our government wasn't run the way it was.
    They would all be shot, and left there to set an example.

    The **** pisses me off a lot, is what the vietnam vets had to put up with,
    most coming back mentally ill, without limbs, no money no job, being called baby killers for risking thier lives....

    just bull****

  5. lets start a militia
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  6. Originally posted by Havok
    The **** pisses me off a lot, is what the vietnam vets had to put up with,
    most coming back mentally ill, without limbs, no money no job, being called baby killers for risking thier lives....

    just bull**** [/B]
    i agree...vietnam was a little b4 my time but i know enuf to know that our soldiers were shamefully treated......but hopefully that is no longer the case. I think most folks are really supportive of our troops and I pray it continues that way.

  7. there is definitely more people supporting the war then going against it........the media tends to focus on those opposed

    notice any of the interviews on the news with family members of soldiers who were either killed or are still fighting....are all in support of the war...even though they know there is a chance that member might be killed.

    h19

  8. Just to clarify my position (kinda from another thread I guess): I am a liberal, yes, but I hope everyone knows that even the craziest of leftists (which I'm not though) are in full support of our troops over there (maybe not certain concepts of the war situation, granted). These men and women have courage beyond measure, and they will not be forgotten nor their deaths trivialized. It pains me (as it does everyone) to see these, but I'm glad they're posted here to remind us of how precious life is, and what it means to protect it.
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