While technically he could say that and not be incorrect, it is a misnomer.
We support the troops fighting the war on terror;
we support the Iraqi people in their efforts to bring stability and freedom to their country;
we suport the continuation of the battle to achieve this.
In short, we support victory and those who fight for it.On a much more personal note:
Holy Schamoley, it was a GREAT DAY. I feel much better about this weekend now than I did yesterday.
I will have an AAR posted on one of my sites soon.
I was too busy running around getting stuff organized to take pictures (I hate being in the middle of all this stuff, cause it limits my direct participation in the festivities), but I LOVE being in the middle of all this stuff cause someone had to do it; so anyone who took pictures FReepmail me and we'll work something out.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO CAME OUT!!!!!!!!!
This Ain't Hell, (but you can see it from here) has a great write up on the weekend's festivities, with words and pictures and videos and everything.
Pro war is good. war is good. dead enemies by the tens of thousands is extremely goood. Wailing women in destroyed homes are good.
Victory after destroying the enemy is priceless
Very good and clear points about terminology.
Thank you so much! and thank you for the link to the writeup of the weekend!
Thanks for picking me up and dropping me off at the bus station, Bob! I just got back to Rachacha at 9am and need to catch some shut-eye, but it was great meeting everyone and the highlight was when the school kids on the bus from California, joined in with us on the March on Constitution Ave.! (actually, it was all a highlight to me, you guys are the best!)
I’ll post more later, when I won’t be nodding out at the keyboard after 12 hours down (to DC), 12 hours rallying in support of our troops and their mission, 12 hours back (to Rochester)! :-)