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Michael Moore New Years Resolution: Stop Saying I Support the Troops

Chris2584 Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 7:05 PM
Halabja : America didn't seem to mind poison gas By Joost R. Hiltermann Published: January 17, 2003 AMMAN, Jordan— In calling for regime change in Iraq, George W. Bush has accused Saddam Hussein of being a man who gassed his own people. Bush is right, of course. The public record shows that Saddam's regime repeatedly spread poisonous gases on Kurdish villages in 1987 and 1988 in an attempt to put down a persistent rebellion. The biggest such attack was against Halabja in March 1988. According to local organizations providing relief to the survivors, some 6,800 Kurds were killed, the vast majority of them civilians.

Between his anti-Second Amendment rants and now saying he doesn't support the troops, liberal filmmaker Michael Moore sure has been in the news a lot lately. Moore recently wrote about his New Year's resolutions on his blog and said one of his goals is to stop saying he supports the troops because, he doesn't. He then wrote he will apologize for not supporting the troops, because it isn't their fault they get sent off to war.

4. Stop saying "I support the troops." I don't. I used to. I understand why so many enlisted after 9/11. Sadly,...