I hold an endless amount of sympathy for those that lost their lives in the attacks, and their families.
However, I have to respectfully disagree that President Bush was correct in his actions concerning invading Iraq. I could explain my reasoning here until I'm blue in the face, but I don't want to start an old-fashioned mudsling.
I just simply disagree. I'm not out marching or screaming and shouting, but I will show my disagreement come election time in November.
I've been to two funerals for men from my husband's active duty unit. I worry myself sick about him, as I worry about all of the men and women over there. I pray for all of them and their families. I believe American people are getting murdered in Iraq for unjustified reasons. (Don't mistake me...I agree with going after any Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. And I think we should be nosing in Saudi Arabia as well, but that's neither here nor there.)
I just wish that everyone would realize that we are all seperate individuals with different backgrounds that spawn an endless amount of views on what's going on. Continually shouting back and forth why one side is right and the other is not gets pretty darn redundant after a while. It would be nice to see two 2004 presidential candidates that would agree to disagree, stop flicking boogers at one another, and get on with what strengths they feel they can (and will) bring to American leadership.