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Thursday, March 18, 2004

The American Enterprise: The Cold Realities of Our Fight in Iraq: "Right back here in our own land, about 300 defenders of public safety (cops, firefighters, prison guards) sacrifice their lives every year in the process of protecting the domestic tranquility of our streets, homes, and gathering places. That's 3,000 traumas per decade, a bill paid less visibly than war deaths, but just as inexorably. Both sorts of losses are part of the blood price of keeping our civilization secure."
The red in the flag is the blood of those who fight to keep us free. If you won't fight, you won't be free, either in the streets or in the world.
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