Wow, I'm amazed. I guess the "war" isn't taken very seriously in this group? I allude to the thread started earlier by myself that attempted to illuminate how this "war" might not be going so well. I think we can reasonably ascertain from the evidence thusfar discovered that there were no WMD's. I think we can further ascertain that our pResident lied when he claimed he knew about them, where they were, and that they presented some kind of an "immediate threat" to our Country, the US of A, or even that they presented a threat to the immediate Iraqi neighbors. Pipe dream at this point, don't you think? Now the inclusion of "women" in the fight against a perceived American aggression somehow depicts desperation? What about the "women" that WE send and that suffer in this war? Even our most famous female POW says it's all a bunch of propaganda from the Pentagon. I'm almost left speechless, "almost". Anyhow, how do you think this dilemma might escape congressional scrutiny? Will the media be involved? Will the election year hysterics play a large part? Will the American people ever know the truth? If high school history is an indicator, I would have to say NO to the latter and YES to the former. Don't you agree?