But as someone who believes the war in Iraq is a complete disaster and that we need to get our troops out now (www.getourtroopsout.com), I look at the natural disaster in California and feel compelled to also ask President Bush and every candidate who thinks it is okay for our troops to remain in Iraq until 2013 or longer - where is our National Guard?There were also remarks from Barbara Boxer and Nancy Pelosi that I am too lazy to look up that came to the same conclusion; the fires were raging out of control because the evil Boosh had taken all of California's National Guard resources and sent them off to die in Iraq.
It is a sad irony that yesterday, the very day I sent fire crews to California, 300 more New Mexico National Guard members were sent to Iraq. Just when we need them most at home, more of our brave men and women, true public servants, are sent away to a war we cannot win.
The state has determined it had enough spotters for the helicopters it knew were available but had to scramble to find spotters for the Marine and some of the Navy helicopters because it wasn't expecting them, Padilla said.So really, it wasn't that there weren't adequate resources, there were too many resources. The National Guard was too prepared, and the state couldn't deal with it.
"When we found out how many military and Marine helicopters were available, we put in orders and began trying to find qualified managers that weren't already assigned," he said.
The big-hearted Scouts from Cambridge Troop 45 had placed donation boxes at the city's 33 polling stations in hopes of collecting toiletries, magazines, candy and other items after one of O'Connor's relatives was injured in an IED explosion while serving in Iraq.What kind of absolute moron thinks that sending magazines to the troops is a political statement? Oh, that's right, the kind of rabid, Bush hating, anti-American idiot who thinks that our soldiers are the real terrorists.
But someone complained to the city, allegedly claiming the boxes were a “political statement,” and the boxes were removed.
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