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Bush legacy
by Ted Rudow III, MA (Tedr77 [at]
Saturday Apr 27th, 2013 1:31 PM
Bush legacy
So there have been plenty of Presidents who slaughtered millions! The Civil War was one of the most horrendous wars. It had the highest casualty rate, considering the population, of any war that the U.S. has ever fought,and virtually pitting brother against brother, fathers against sons, just slaughtering each other. Just horrible.
The question they need to put to the American public is: "Is that oil really worth American blood and the lives of your boys? Is it worth fighting & dying just to keep the price of gasoline down so you can go for more joy rides?--Is it worth your boys?" Well, as far as I'm concerned, it's not worth it!
A great columnist that said, if they'd put the presidents, kings and the politicians into the battlefield, you'd never have any more wars.--Because it's not the people who make the wars who have to fight them. If the people who actually made the wars and got the World into wars had to themselves personally fight them, there'd never be another war!
Ted Rudow III, MA