Mostly harmless (corto) wrote,
Mostly harmless

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sweet geeeezus... today has been one long freak out...
but, I'm done. :)
Now it's time to write somethin... :D :D :D :D

and now for a word from our sponsor... (that would be me)


I believe it is not a conflict of judgement, morals or duty to vigorously oppose the war in Iraq and yet support your country's troops stationed, fighting, and dying there.

It is not a conflict of your sense of patriotism to adamantly oppose the results of an election or the person elected.

History has written some very interesting dialogue to represent the American experience in Vietnam and we need only look to the development of that information over the decades to understand how good citizens can strongly oppose government decisions.

Young men and women did not die in the parking lot at Kent State university because they wanted to be considered bad Americans.
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