Wednesday, June 01, 2005

In the Sandbox...

Makeshift Bed #127...

"...The United States and Britian are doing a very noble thing here. We stuck our necks out on the world chopping block to free a people. I've already talked the weapons of mass destruction thing to death, bottom line, who cares, this country was one big conventional weapons ammo dump anyway.
We have probably destroyed more weapons and ammo in the last 30 days than the US Army has ever fired in the last 30 years (Remember, this is a country the size of Texas), so drop the WMD argument as the reason we came here, if we find [them] GREAT, if we don't, SO WHAT? I'm living in a "guest palace" on a 500 acre palace compound with 20 palaces, with like facilities built in half a dozen towns all over Iraq that were built for ONE man. Drive down the street and out into the countryside 5 miles away (I have) and see a family of 10 living in a mud hut herding two dozen sheep, Then tell me why you think we are here."

Respectfully,
ERIC RYDBOM MAJ,
ENGINEER Deputy Division Engineer
4th Infantry Division
(source)

...USCG girls...
one, two, three, four, five

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