Tuesday, March 25, 2008

tuesday reads

Chris Floyd: Still Not Worried? Petraeus Blames Iran for Green Zone Attack

The AP takes a look at the more than 100 foreign-born members of the U.S. military who earned American citizenship by dying in Iraq.

Cheney on 4000 American Dead: "They Volunteered"

U.S. Army soldier Mike Belgrove opens up a discussion on his blog on this unfortunate milestone.[from the comments]:

I've opened up a discussion on my blog so I can talk to people and answer their questions and hopefully make people understand that not all military are supporting this war and that every one of those deaths was important and unneeded. I'd like it you'd stop by and toss in your two cents.

I'm all for defending my country but U.S. did not need to be defended from Iraq.

Faced with the dramatically spiralling costs of wheat, rice and corn, the World Food Programme has made an unprecedented appeal for at least $500m (£250m) to help it continue supplying food aid to 73 million needy people this year.

An interesting article from the Asian Times: Tibet, the 'great game' and the CIA

A gun belonging to the pilot of an American plane went off during a domestic flight at the weekend.

McCain = four more years of Bush.

fubar says...pass it on

It looks like Sen. John McCain has a post up over at The General's place.

Happy Birthday Susie Bright!

1 comment:

Mike Belgrove said...

Thanks for spreading the word. A lot of people don't like what I'm saying but it needs to be said.