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September 25, 2008

Two Sides to Every Story
Posted by Ilan Goldenberg

There has been a viral video going around of a disabled Iraq War veteran slamming Obama for opposing the surge.  It's a powerful piece from a powerful messenger.  But it's important to remember that there are two sides to this story.  I have met many Iraq veterans, who are proud to have served this country but who genuinely disagree with the Iraq War and believe it was a strategic mistake.  Questioning the decisions of our leaders and holding them accountable for their mistakes is just as patriotic.  So, I'm glad that someone has responded so forcefully.


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Of course though, I'm sure if this came from anybody besides a vet, you'd be slamming it.

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