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June 21, 2007

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Azul

Amen, sister!

Comments like these make me think he must be so lucky that he's never had a loved one be affected by a genetic condition that has the potential for cure through stem cell research.

Leslie

that is awesome! I love it

Priscilla

You know I love ya, but I had to post a conservative voice ;-)

Destroying life at the beginning stages is different than a soldier dying in a war. There is no draft, every soldier enlisted knowing of the possibility of combat.

This war is definitely sad and tragic I know. I don't want our soldiers dying either. But I do think the issues are very different.

Don't dis-inherit me as your friend, k? ;-)

Sheri

totally agree that this is an ironic statement. It really hits home when you know the fallen soldiers personally. Someone needs to stop the insanity!

Sheri

totally agree that this is an ironic statement. It really hits home when you know the fallen soldiers personally. Someone needs to stop the insanity!

Sheri

totally agree that this is an ironic statement. It really hits home when you know the fallen soldiers personally. Someone needs to stop the insanity!

Sheri

totally agree that this is an ironic statement. It really hits home when you know the fallen soldiers personally. Someone needs to stop the insanity!

Monica

And that's just one more reason I love you.

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