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Old 10-29-2007, 02:59 PM
 
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It's a question not asked very often. But it's policies were responsible for the huge investment in that "war"

As tensions in the U.S. increased dramatically as tens of thousands of Americans died there... frustrated Americans tried to change policy in their own ways. Many protested in the streets. A relatively small (but much hyped) number chose to change policy by protesting etc. in questionable if not outright foolish and wrong ways. The unfortunate side affect of this is that decades later, fringe protesters who made poor decisions are still focused on, and the leaders who made the ill-fated decisions (not to mention lying as well) that ultimately cost the tens of thousands of American lives, go unchallenged.
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