support the troops
It should go without saying--alas, it doesn't, but it should--that opposing Bush's ambition to make war on Iraq by no means reflects on America's fine servicemen and-women. Supporting the troops is by no means the eclusive claim of those who support the war.
Here's a great opportunity to prove it. Security restrictions have restricted the earlier practice of sending care packages addressed to "any service member," but for a US$25 donation, the USO will do it for you.
Regardless of one's position on the war, it should go without saying that Americans support their troops in the field. One may disagree with politicians and policies, but our soldiers are responsible for neither. I urge anyone who can afford it to shell out the 25 clams and send a little reminder of home to our troops in the field--especially as I fear they may be facing greater risks and a longer commitment that our Administration is willing to discuss.
(via Ipse Dixit)