And so it goes...
From the Huffington post , The Army Times, and several other sources, milblogs will have to register their blogs with their unit now. Go to the link and read the memorandum from General Vines. It pretty much explains it all.
Soldiers fighting for Freedom of Speech, without having their own.
You see, I can see both sides of the coin, but still, I can see how much these guys need their voice. It's a harsh world the guys in the war lead.
Just read some of them:
watchyoursix.blogspot.com, who isn't in Iraq yet, but is on his way...
Ect., Etc., etc.
I guess we'll have to pick up for some of the guys out there, eh?
By the way.
For you guys, I've been talking to my friend, Dean Humphries, in email.
This is what he has to say:
"~> I've been reading quite a few military blogs and it's disturbing most of them believe people against the war are against the military. I wish they knew there's a few antiwar people out there that care so much that they don't want them to sacrifice their lives for something that was so badly planned by the suits in Washington, not old school generals that~know how to tackle the job at hand and keep as many people alive as possible."
So, an anti-war person who want you to know that people aren't against the military.
Even the anti-war people support you.
Bless you all and good night.