Saturday, September 01, 2007

The Legacy of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney - Section 60, Arlington National Cemetery


6 comments:

Sheila said...

I'm mad. I'm sad. What a foolish waste of lives, time and money that could have been used to help improve something! Have we left Iraq better off? Not in my opinion.

Marsha said...

What a powerful post. There but for the grace of God go I.

Leanderthal, Lighthouse Keeper said...

Thanks for your powerful photo post. I only wish that your site be as readily visited as those of the Main Stream Media with their compliant "reporting".

Your post is a fine example of the Fifth Estate, something I wrote about in my post, The Blogosphere and the Fifth Estate.

Leanderthal
Lighthouse Keeper

Kimberly Edwards said...

Wow...That picture gallery certainly was tough to view...

...tough to choke back the tears of the mess that's going on in this world...

I'm not saying we didn't need to go over to Iraq and respond to what happened on 9/11, but we are no longer wanted or really needed there...

I think it's time to reassess the situation AGAIN!!!

Kimberly :?

Sacha Veldhuis said...

The picture of the greaving fiance of James Regan gets to me everytime.To quote the photgrapher:

"Some people feel the photo I took at the moment was too intimate, too personal. Like many who have seen the picture, I felt overwhelmed by her grief, and moved by the love she felt for her fallen sweetheart''

AC said...

@Kimberly Edwards

Explain the connection between Iraq and 9/11. You can't find one. THAT'S the crime here. We waged war on a country that had nothing to do with 9/11 and 9/11 only duped us into being sheep and following the shepherd right overseas. So we fell right into Bush's game. This is OUR fault. Yours, mine, and everyone else who misinterpreted patriotism to mean we couldn't question. In hindsight, nothing about the past 10 years makes sense. Someone should be held accountable, aka the Bush administration. Yet he walks free with no criminal case against him. Welcome to where blind faith gets you.