Could it be because this kind of agony is from women who are crying out about this awful, illegal, and unjust war?
The Bush administration doesn't like strong, opinionated women
who are willing to stand up against the prez and his henchmen in support of bringing the troops home. Women who are Bush supporters are Faux News saturated and/or have something to gain from his policies... probably money and status, or else they're just too ignorant and detached to care what he's doing to them, to their children, and to their very lives.
I often wonder how a mother with a child serving in the hell of Iraq could possibly still support this neanderthal.
President Bush's May 2003 announcement aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln that "major combat operations" had ended in Iraq has been replayed endlessly. What is less well remembered is just what the president claimed the United States had accomplished. "The battle of Iraq is one victory in a war on terror that began on September the 11th, 2001," he declared. The defeat of Saddam Hussein, he told the American people, was "a crucial advance in the campaign against terror." In fact, the consensus now emerging among a wide range of intelligence and counterterrorism professionals is that the opposite is true: The invasion of Iraq not only failed to help the war on terrorism, but it represented a substantial setback.
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