Master Sergeant Heather Hughes salutes her husband, Master Sergeant Derek Hughes, who is deployed to Afghanistan.
No how much the right-wing news media tries to play it up,there is no glory in this obscene war!
Correction,I meant to say,No matter how much the right-wing media tries to play it up,there is absolutely no glory in this obnoxious war and it needs to end. The sooner,the better!
You are so right,Bledsoe. Too bad the American public doesn't buy that,especially in this year's mid-term elections as they vote for the wrong people as usual,that is, the Conservative fanatics!
Correction i meant to say no how much the right-wing news media tries to play it down,there is no gory in this obscene wear!
I see that you're back again,Phunnie boy. But don't worry,nobody missed you!!!
Did he ever leave,Bledsoe? It does't appear that way since he's been using my name recently in other blogs.
I have to admit Phunnie boy,what you blogged in my name above is kind of funny. We can all use a laugh out of life once in a while.
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