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A mom feels the slings and arrows of war talk

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(Illustration / Nathalie Dion) Illustration / Nathalie Dion
July 9, 2006

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My son is deployed in Iraq. He has given up six years of his life as a Marine Reservist and wouldn't have it any other way. Frequently people tell me what a waste it is for my son and the United States to be in Iraq and that my son must be stupid or cruel. All I say, in a ... (Full article: 1020 words)

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