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Sunday, October 23, 2005

Taking a Break

I took yesterday off. Only the second day this month that I wasn't out there working feverishly to put bread on the table. I needed the rest.

So, instead of working, I chopped down trees, cleared brush, trimmed weeds, and extended a stepping stone walkway.

I feel rested.

The Troops Press On

Despite the best efforts of the Democratic Party and the entire mainstream media, the fighting spirit among the troops in Iraq is still high.
U.S. troops maintain high morale in Iraq
By Antonio Castaneda, Associated Press Writer

BAQOUBA, Iraq (AP) -- As U.S forces approach a dark milestone of 2,000 American dead since the war began in March 2003, many say morale has remained high, bolstered by the need to protect each other, by concentrating on their daily assigned tasks - and by amenities provided by the military to keep life in a war zone as normal as possible. (link)
Where's Cindy Sheehan? She was supposed to have fixed this problem. And Jane Fonda. I read recently that Hanoi Jane is so upset she's putting together a bus tour next Spring that is intended to "end the war." At least our military's participation in it. She and Cindy were hoping to draw down the morale of the troops, force the withdrawal of our soldiers from Iraq, and take us back to the good old days when only American men, women, and children in New York City were being killed.

This news must be very demoralizing. Good.