In Reply to: Re: Where the spirit of the Lord is... posted by lolo on March 17, 2003 at 10:30:40:
I find it ironic to hear the world in a big tif all of a sudden, yet no one said a word hardly when the U.S. went in and rescued all those Muslims in Kosovo against a blood bath that wasn't even as bad as what Sadaam does to his own people, let alone what he'd like to do the West. What's going on in this picture? It looks to me more like a hate campaign against anything having to do with Bush or his office. I'm really getting ticked listening to the people that we've been feeding and protecting ditch us when we have to go in and take care of matters when everyone else only cares about saving their own skin. I'm sick of it too, because we have to bear the brunt of it and then get kicked in the pants and called all kinds of names, hate campaigns and the like. Well, I'm proud of my country and I bet there are others like me that are ready to ditch all the politicking and buying countries off with money and supplies and helping their economy so we can help protect THEIR world. I think it's high time the U.S. just let everyone fend for themselves since when it's our turn to need a friend, everyone runs and makes their bed with the Russians and the Germans whom they forget we saved them from before. How many of our soldiers are buried in French soil defending their country? About 50,000 wasn't it? Maybe we should bring their bodies home to our soil so they can truly rest in peace. I'm embarrased for them and sorry for all those who gave their lives for others and now their memory is being spat on and the soldiers giving their lives today have no support back home or around the world. Of course, as usual, everyone will reap in the benefit but we will get no thanks.