Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Thank You, 4000

As the media is hyping the 4000th death in Iraq, CJ over at A Soldier's Perspective has the proper perspective, one of thanks!


CJ said...

Thanks for the link, Cajun, and for spreading the true meaning of the 4,000.

MHebert said...

CT: I'm not sure if you saw this but you might find it interesting:
Marine takes aim at Chicks
Eunice native writes anthem

short quote:
"'I have served in combat in both Afghanistan and Iraq with extraordinarily unselfish and brave Americans. I've seen so many good things happen in Iraq and I don't think it's time for the war to end," Thibodeaux said. "Anybody who doesn't think there are terrorists out there should open their eyes.'"


Mike's America said...

We are so blessed to live in a land where ordinary Americans volunteer to do extraordinary things to help people in far away countries and protect our national security.

Those fallen four thousand are a testament to the greatness and goodness of this country.

They will never be forgotten.

Anonymous said...

Remember Vietnam? 68,000 of our boys were killed because of politics. They would not let the Military do their job and that was the results. This war may have not been what we should have done but we are there and we need to have enough troops to get the job done.
Reinstate the Draft. It would be good for the young people of today to learn a little dicipline and to know what it means to be free. With Freedom comes great responsiblity. The young people of today need to stand up or we won't be free in the future.
Featheriron's Mother