For 60 years, this rural town in southeast Belgium has been tied to the United States by bonds forged in the fire and fury of the Battle of the Bulge when the locals and their American defenders stood in the path of a German onslaught during the bitter winter of 1944.
Tuesday, Nov 23rd 2004 (3:25am)
The occupation officially ends on June 30 and US forces will be in Iraq at the invitation of its sovereign government. This still leaves a few questions to be answered though:
Saddam? - Terrorism? - The Oil? - Who should we blow up next?
Monday, Jun 14th 2004 (10:56am)
Greetings all, thanks to Dave for the fine venue, and thanks also to Scoots for the kick in the virtual ass. For my first official post, not as some nobody, I'd like to discuss the rules of engagement for our troops in Iraq. No comment from me, though I'd like your thoughts on "Apache kills in Iraq" specifically.
Tuesday, May 4th 2004 (12:19am)
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I don't know if this is partisan anti-war propaganda, or a response to the Pat Tillman 'Hero or G.I. Joe' debate, and I couldn't give a shit either way. I'm taking my hat off to ABC and Nightline, where tonight Ted Koppel will read the names of more than 700 U.S. service men and women killed in the Iraq war.
Friday, Apr 30th 2004 (1:40pm)
A University of Massachusetts student has openly criticized Pat Tillman, calling the former NFL player a Rambo-like idiot in the school paper. The column in question was submitted by graduate student Rene Gonzalez and published Wednesday in the Daily Collegian. It was titled "Pat Tillman is not a hero: he got what was coming to him."
UPDATE 4/30 - Fucknut recants, apologizes
Thursday, Apr 29th 2004 (5:01pm)
'No terror state poses a greater or immediate threat to the security of our people and the stability of the world than the regime of George Bus- shit, I mean Saddam Hussein. Damn, I always screw that one up...'
See Donnie Lie.
Friday, Mar 19th 2004 (12:55pm)
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