Bush: Privacy of Families Outweighs Photos

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    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20040423/D824QRSG0.html

    I agree. If i had a family member over there die in battle, i wouldnt want their coffin being used by to gain political advantage for any Politician. That goes for Bush, Kerry, Nader, on down to a local councilman or mayor.
     
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    I agree...they shouldn't be used for ratings either for any of the networks. The media seems like they have no heart at times.
     
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    I love the way democrats try to pin this policy on Bush. It's a pentagon policy that was in place before Bush came into office.

    And he's absolutely correct. There's no place in politics for airing soldiers remains. The soldiers and their families deserve respect and privacy.
     

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