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December 16, 2005 5:31 PM | Permalink
Wonderful photos! I can just imagine the excitement and anticipation that permeated the air. It gives me goosebumps. Keep up the good work!
Cheryl Friend |
December 17, 2005 7:51 AM
Thank you for these honest pictures from Iraq. We are starving for them here. What PHOTOJOURNALISM!!! HOW MANY people are lined up at these polling places? We would never see polling places in the United States with lines as long as these (unless they were giving away XBox 360s with every vote!). We have many lessons to learn from the Iraqis about appreciating our freedoms. President Bush, the American Military, and above all, the Iraqi people have my utmost respect for what they have endeavored and accomplished in this defiled and disrespected country (no matter what the pretext). God bless and keep you all.
It breaks my heart that the mainstream American media outlets either do not consider this story worthwhile, or worse, REFUSE to tell it to the American people for political reasons. Their brainwashed bias or, in some cases, outright lack of integrity, does not represent the truth and needlessly weakens us all. What good is your left arm if its only function is to stab you in the gut?
December 18, 2005 10:17 AM
Thanks Bill for the photos! They are truly evocative of the hopeful and festive atmosphere there. Keep up the good work!
Sharmila Rao-Pence |
December 18, 2005 10:33 AM
Thank you for your reports from Barwana, and a glimpse into the 3/1.
I enjoy reading your honest approach to what is happening on the ground.
Proud father of Lima Co. Marine
Daniel Wigg |
December 18, 2005 10:36 AM
Thank you for the great photos. Keep ‘em coming; this it what we are starving for back here on the homefront.
Great big hugs to you and all of our troops, and a hearty THANKS for all that you do!
December 18, 2005 7:11 PM