Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Musings 75--The second thousand...

There has now been over 2,000 U. S. troops killed in Iraq. (See Link)

We are losing soldiers nearly every day. Is the end in sight?

Some of us still remember Viet Nam. How many more, Mr. President?

2 Comments:

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At 6:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you hate it when you see your comment box has comments in it, but only by people who are only interested in promoting their own websites?

If so, I feel your pain.

Just a former student checking in and saying hello. I'm still here and hopefully close to graduation.

I must say however, that watching the political chaos has been entertaining. Its almost like at the end of the movie Maverick, when Mel Gibson turns to James Garner and says: " Like my old pappy always used to say, 'there is no more deeply satisfying religious experience than cheatin' on a cheater."

Except that, indictments for felonies isn't cheating and poetic justice still exists.


-TH

 

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