Saturday, April 07, 2007

The Few. The Proud. The Disillusioned.

by anthony at 21:23 PM BST

Conflict in Iraq: Some active duty troops, while proud to serve, are speaking out and signing a petition against the war

Joe Garofoli
SF Chronicle
Saturday April 7, 2007

Mike Ergo is a 23-year-old honorably discharged Marine who fought in Fallujah. A tattoo on the inside of his left forearm depicts the first insurgent he killed in Iraq. A tattoo on his right arm reads: "Born to Fight." He loves the Marines, is proud of what he and his colleagues did overseas and is on inactive ready reserve through July 2009.

Yet a few weeks ago, the Walnut Creek native marched near the front of the anti-war demonstration that rolled through San Francisco. Yeah, he said, it felt odd to march among the 9/11 conspiracy theorists and socialists. Still, Ergo said he'd march again to underscore his opposition to U.S. foreign policy in Iraq and would try to bring more than the handful of Iraq War veterans who demonstrated with him last month.



Global_Evildoer_Fighter said...



Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...


So, we'll pay for gas like all other countries now? LOL

Suzie-Q (S-Q) said...

What a concept.. to get oil without people dying for it!

Global_Evildoer_Fighter said...


Good concept!

Better yet, Convert our cars to run on Corn Oil and grow our own fuel..

If S.America can do it we surely can do it!