Why do liberals always dodge questions about the war by asking when the conservative in the conversation is going to join the military? What does that prove? Last time I heard this country has a volunteer army. That is part of what makes this country great, we can all choose to contribute in our own ways. I personally support the war in Iraq but am not fighting it. This does not make me a coward. However, I do plan on giving back when I have my law degree. I might do JAG or work for a district attorney. These are very good ways to serve my country. Those who have chosen to go to war have made that personal choice because they believe that avenue suites them. An overwhelming majority of them believe in what they are doing. I think that their perspective on Iraq is better than any of ours is.
You yourself dodged the question. You never did address the original post.
Who says people are avoiding it? We support the war that is going on. Nobody ever said you had to take part in something to endorse it. You yourself dodged the question. You never did address the original post.
sure julie did. bluecoward's whole thing is to get america to fight kurds' war, even as kurds have no intention of staying part of iraq.hey, and how about that police torture in anwar? what we fighting for again? and anwar will blow up soon as british and americans vacate.
hey, and how about that police torture in anwar? what we fighting for again? and anwar will blow up soon as british and americans vacate.
Yea, that's the answer, pull out and let the country go to hell. This is where so many Americans mess up, war isn't easy, that doesn't mean it's not justified. Who ever said you have to fight to make good decisions? There have been many great world leaders who didn't fight the front lines in a war (Lincoln and Reagan, or one for the liberals, FDR).