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March 22, 2009

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SGT. CAMPBELL

IM IN IRAQ RIGHT NOW YOU ARE DEFINITELY RIGHT ON MY 2ND TOUR AND NOT MUCH HAS CHANGE ONLY THE AMOUNT OF TROOPS WE HAVE HERE WHICH IS BETTER FOR US SHORT TERM

warcraft gold

Your government leaders need to realize that they're in the position to serve his countrymen and not to do his own political agenda. They need to learn to love themselves and learn to respect others and have fear with our God.

annie

i'm so sorry. i wish i could make it better.

Terry

May God bless you and your loved ones. Amen.

Willy Corder

Get up and move on with your life. Your not in Iraq in anymore.

bill

always remember bush did a very good job for a retard...

Diogenes

I think if your dream was really dead to you, you would not be mourning all the things you have lost. You would be talking how great things would be if only (insert name here!) could control everything and get rid of (insert other name.) Not forgetting that things were better once may be the first step to bringing those good things back again.
There is an old, old saying in America: "it's a bad wind that never changes." It means this-- even the worst wind will change direction someday. May this wind change and blow your dream closer.

Susan

I hope you dream new dreams.

Jeff

I read this interesting post and then I read the beautiful post about your pilgrimage to Karbala.

What do you think, would it have been better if Saddam were still left in place, despite his tyranny? Or is it better, despite all the mess and danger, that he is gone and you can do things like go to Karbala?

Or maybe you are between these opinions?

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