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Consciencelessness doth make cowards of us all

By Owen Paine on Tuesday October 10, 2006 09:52 PM

From the Washington Post:
There is no significant support for withdrawing U.S. forces immediately. Half of those surveyed -- about the same percentage it has been throughout the year -- said they would like to see troop levels decrease. Despite the high number of casualties, only a fifth said they supported immediate withdrawal.
Such a poll result makes cowards of 'em all -- we've seen it before, as in in 1970 over 'Nam.

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A breeze of concern for the Wal-Mart army blows in McMansionland.

Draft the fuckers' kids, now, so we can have peace.

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