Kris Weberg | March 31, 2005
U. S. Intelligence on Iraq Was "Dead Wrong," According to Report


Jackie Mason | March 31, 2005
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Amy Austin | March 31, 2005
Probably better that they don't... but there's always the families. When you put it that way, however, I believe that most soldiers prefer to think that their deaths are for a higher ideal than a specific mission -- should it ever come to that. It isn't "the invasion of Iraq" that these guys are dying for... it's the principles of our country -- freedom and democracy. That doesn't mean that there may not or should not be guilty and/or bitter parties involved.

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