How does the killing of people (ours and theirs) half way around the world make us safer in America.
Does anybody really believe that our country is safer than it was seven years ago?
If we are so safe, how did all the killing occur at Virginia Tech?
When it comes to war, what are the definitions of losing or winning?
Really, how do we know when a war is won or lost?
If our goal was to capture Bin Laden, why did we give up the chase?
When COC stood on the aircraft carrier with the sign "Mission Accomplished," why didn't we bring the troops home?
Saddam Hussein is dead. His rule is over. If that was our goal, why are we still in Iraq?
Tell us, Mr. President, what are your goals in this war? If you won't set any time lines, would you please tell us the details of victory so we will recognize it when it comes?
Are we in a long-lasting Vietnam with no satisfactory conclusion in sight?
When will we learn from history?
NOW ON A LIGHTER SIDE:
RULES OF THE SOUTH
Rule #1. That farm boy you see at the gas station did MORE work before breakfast than you do all week at the gym.
NOTES ABOUT GEORGIA
Note 1. Possums sleep in the middle of the road with their feet in the air.
YOU KNOW YOU'RE FROM GEORGIA IF:
1. You measure distance in minutes.
I'll bet you that everybody reading this blog, has already received the entire list of this good ol' southern stuff, but ain't it great!
Do you know that if I'd get a comment or two from time to time, I might try to post more than once a week.