Thursday, August 31, 2006

The Human Cost of War

Charlie Brown has another great diary up at Daily Kos today.

How is it possible there is even a contest between this man and the slimy John Doolittle?

One thing we can know without question: When Charlie Brown is in congress, defense contractors won't get away with killing our troops with greed and neglect. Charlie talks about some friends of his who died when he and they were stationed in Vietnam:

You can find the names of Brian Rye, Larry Froelich and the others who died with them on the Vietnam Wall in Washington, D.C. Go down to the `V' where the two sides come together, then go up a few names on the left side. These men weren't killed by hostile fire--they were killed by poor management of government contractors, and those who put profit ahead of "supporting the troops."

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