A Poll for Military Personel on their families

Discussion in 'Middle East - General' started by -Cp, Dec 16, 2005.

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Has the 2000+ dead soldiers been worth the cost for a free Iraq?

  1. Yes

    83.3%
  2. No

    16.7%
  1. -Cp
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    Please - only military, former military or their direct families vote. I'm curious to hear from America's finest and get their opinions...
     
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    what are we voting on
     
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    Should have put an "other" category on there for explanations.
     
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    I voted yes, I am a direct descendent of a soldier, a veteran of operations Iraqi Freedom and Desert Storm.

    However, if he had not come home, my answer may have been different. Before liberals make assumptions, it probably would be the same. A member of my church and a former co-worker lost his step-dad in Iraq. There was a very touching mass recently, and I did not want to imagine myself in his shoes, but I can guarantee one thing.

    The 2000 plud soldiers and my friends step-dad died for a cause. Millions of Iraqis are free and an evil tyrant is behind bars. Soldiers, current and former, I salute you.
     

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