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 Presidential Address
Remember all the lefty, tree hugging birkenstock fruits who were against the "War for Oil". Where are they now? If they can change their reasons for the war why can't the president?

On a more serious note, the president was correct on three major points in his speech I must address.

1) There has not been an attack in the US since 9/11. That could be for one of two reasons. It takes a number of years for the terrorists to plan the attacks. Or, because of our attacks, the terrorists are concentrating on fighting our troops in Iraq as opposed to fighting us in our homeland. I would like to believe the later be fear the earlier statement. With such porous borders and our concentration elsewhere, an attack may be likely. I pray not though.

2) Leaving Iraq now would be detrimental to the stability of the region and an insult to the brave men and women who already gave their lives in this struggle. If we leave now, the Iraqi forces are not strong enough to defend their country yet, the terrorists will surely overtake the land and create another Taliban state.

3) Honor our men and women in uniform. Too often I hear the people against the war, "I am against the war because I support our troops." That makes no sense to me. If you support the troops, you need to support the action in which they are currently involved. Let them do their job to finish and get home. That means stop supporting the enemy by asking for the closure of Gitmo, and demanding a military tribunal every time a troop sneezes. The media needs to back off and stop reporting all the negative. It is time to report the positive and give the country at large a reason to cheer.

Colin Powell is stating as telling the Bush Administration before the Iraq War that Iraq is like a china shop, you break it you bought it. It would seem that Bush broke an entire cabinet, but I support his decision to go to war because I love this country and despise all those who would wish it harm, either domestic or foreign. I also have utmost respect or our men and women in uniform and pray for their safety and a swift end to the mission so they may return home. May God's graces shine upon them all, and may God bless America.

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