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Monday weekend round-up

August 3, 2009


On this date, August 3rd 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson announced plans to ship 45,000 additional soldiers to Vietnam.

August 3rd, 2009Tens of thousands more U.S. soldiers may soon be needed in Afghanistan to quell the raging Taliban insurgency, top American generals are preparing to tell President Barack Obama.

There seems to be an eerie parallel between the Vietnam Conflict, and the war against the Taliban in Afghanistan.  Let’s all pray that the end result is not the same.

U.S. troops enduring a sandstorm while transporting an injured comrade.

U.S.troops in Iraq

Should we declare victory in Iraq? It wasn’t such a good idea the last time was it?

Having a God-fearing president is a good thing, right?

Everyone, please leave Sarah Palin alone!

A war hero has been found.

A new strain of HIV has been discovered in women.

So, who’s got a clunker?

Lou Dobbs:  Dead man walking.

The feud has ended.

Michelle Malkin proves once again that ignorance fuels the unfortunate.

Will the U.S. economy continue to grow the second half of the year?  Mr. Beautiful says yes it will.

Alan Greenspan says the president’s health care reform bill does not go far enough.

Is this what the recently recessed Congress will face back in their own districts?

John McCain says President Obama flunks bipartisanship.

We should all applaud Jorge Munoz.

Do we have international incident of major proportions on our hands?

I’m sorry, I thought this was the year 2009.

A new spin on health care by the president.

More help is on the way for the nation’s unemployed.

“There are no whole truths: all truths are half-truths. It is trying to treat them as whole truths that plays the devil.”

Alfred North Whitehead

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