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Posted to Poetry and Politics

We're all on the same side of the fence, because not a damn one of us, anti- or pro -war, civilian or civil servent, not even those soldiers out there in the desert right now, want to die in a war. What it comes down to, for me personally, is what to believe. What is the right decision and what is the wrong one. Because if we meditated in the gray nothing would ever get accomplished, and because it is in my nature to believe something.

Aren't the anti-war protesters also using that box, along with some well-chosen propaganda, to convince the public that this war is wrong?

Don't worry about me friend, outside influences hold little sway when it comes to signing me up to their ranks. But occassionally they do shine a little light on a corner of truth I had possibly overlooked.