Afghanistan: The Flags for Tots Program Continues

April 19, 2010 by Keyser Söze | Filed under Afghanistan, Death.

Keyser still has no idea why exactly the US (and others) continue with the attempt to occupy Afghanistan. Maybe the on-going production of US flags to give to the children left behind by the dead is part of the effort to keep the US economy afloat through Federal spending.

U.S. Navy Cmdr. Dave Mundy, cialis executive officer of the Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron (VAW) 121, check presents a U.S. flag to the widow of Lt. Miroslav Steven Zilberman during his memorial ceremony April 8, 2010, in Norfolk, Va. Zilberman was killed March 31 when his E-2C Hawkeye crashed while attempting to return to the aircraft carrier USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) from a mission over Afghanistan. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class William Wienert/Released)

You know, back in the day accusing Bush of being a latter-day Hitler for his war mongering was de rigeur for leftists. Somehow, all of that outrage seems to have slipped away. Think maybe it was more the president than the concern for the troops that was at the heart of all that protesting? Hmm.

2 Responses to “Afghanistan: The Flags for Tots Program Continues”

  1. […] “publish” button had barely been pressed on the latest Lair posting about Keyser’s incomprehension of the reason why the US is in Afghanistan, when […]

  2. […] going to have to do something about the parting gifts. These flags are getting boring. Categories : Afghanistan, Bad Idea, […]

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