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How 'bout you fix your title?

D'oh! I'm a free spirit, man. I won't be bound by your "spelling" "rules" ... fixed it. I'm a slave to The System.

Sorry, but compared to most of the pro-war crap I read, you got off pretty lightly. All in all I'd say it's a good article. You seem to think that the reporter disparaged some of the protesters for being out of work, but I think he accurately outlined the nature of the forces arrayed against this war. The unemployed, under employed and those in social services will oppose this war, and thanks to Bush there are more unemployed every day.

Instead of criticizing the reporter, it would be better to have commenters compliment him on this important story, and then offer up their own stories of how they've worked to raise Americans consciousness of actual conditions in Iraq.

You have a chance to co-opt this guy. Fighting with him will just ensure that he's even pissier the next time around.

Instead of criticizing the reporter, it would be better to have commenters compliment him on this important story, and then offer up their own stories of how they've worked to raise Americans consciousness of actual conditions in Iraq.

I don't want people to criticize the columnist. I want them to do what you said. Although obviously I disagree with you about the quality of the story.

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