Fight for your country, not for a political belief. Do not lay down your life for criminals, liars, and thieves. Fight to put those same criminals where they belong: in prison.
Fight for your country, not for someone else’s. Do not die far off in some foreign land or for the greed of an emperor or king. Fight to protect your homes and your loved ones, for there is nothing in this world more important. And if the Good Lord blesses you with health, a happy family, and love, and you one day die in your sleep as a righteous old man or woman, rejoice that you stood for truth in your days on this earth. For you shall surely be rewarded by Him.
There is a test of wills going on right now in Crawford, Texas between a loving mother who lost her child in a war built on lies and a man who is a despicable liar and arguably a mass murderer--as are those who support him. They must be stopped.
Help support Cindy Sheehan in her efforts to stop this insane war that is killing untold numbers of innocent children. Put an end to this disastrous battle that is bankrupting you, compromising your children’s future, and destroying your country.
Join me in spreading a message of peace. Show the criminals and their king that you will not tolerate the Land of the Free becoming an international pariah.
So please friends, fight alongside Cindy for peace. Help her as she works to expose the truth and end this senseless, criminal killing. After all, in the end, she is fighting for all children. Isn’t that a cause worth supporting?
If you cannot pay a visit to Cindy yourself, please consider sending flowers and a note of encouragement to the following address:
Mike Rogers was born and raised in the USA and moved to Tokyo in 1984. His first book, Schizophrenic in Japan, is now on sale. He plans to visit Ms. Sheehan in Crawford this coming week. Mr. Rogers may be reached at email@example.com
This article was previously posted at here, at lewrockwell.com, and is published in the Chronicle with permission of the author.
This story was published on August 15, 2005.