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Bonnie

THANK YOU!! I too have a big problem with calling the soldiers serving in Iraq "heroes." I think they're victims almost as much as their Iraqi victims are. They're forced into a situation where they have to lose their humanity in order to survive and keep their sanity while they're there. Then they have to come home and live with what they did and saw for the rest of their lives. But on the other hand I'm glad they're not hated and spit on like the Vietnam veterans were, because I think that would just make it worse for them. But after sitting through about 4 or 5 hours of Winter Soldier 2008 on Free Speech TV (since that's the only place it was even mentioned on TV) I completely believe these poor kids are definitely just more victims of the mass murderer George W. Bush. Thank you for saying it.

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