Houston Parade For Iraq Veterans On Saturday, April 7—You Can Go And Still Not Forget That The War Was A Lie
There will be parade in Houston on Saturday, April 7 to honor those who served in Iraq.
“The parade, sponsored by the City of Houston in partnership with the Astros 2012 opening weekend festivities, will step off from the corner of Texas and San Jacinto at 4 p.m. and then proceed east on Texas to Crawford and then north (left) on Crawford to Congress, ending at Minute Maid Park.”
I will attend this parade.
You can honor our veterans without forgetting the fact that War in Iraq was based on lies, and that more than 100,000 Iraqi civilians died in this war.
My dad, who saw combat in Korea, was always clear to me that he viewed himself as just an unlucky guy fighting a bunch of other unlucky guys.
He saw combat veterans, and civilians killed in a war, as people for the most part being harmed and used by others who did not have to bear the cost of what was taking place.
In any case, I hope to have some pictures of the parade up on the blog within a few days.
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