Daily Kos: "When Operation Yellow Elephant was launched and supported by Markos, atrios and others, I objected to it because, it seemed to me, it call
July 3, 2005

Daily Kos: "When Operation Yellow Elephant was launched and supported by Markos, atrios and others, I objected to it because, it seemed to me, it called for fellow US citizens to stifle their views unless they served. I disagree with that. The right of American citizens to express their views is not dependent, in my opinion, on their willingness to participate in the policy they support.

But I have changed my mind, not on the ability to express views, but rather on what the makeup of the military serving in Iraq must be -- the censoring of the soldier Leonard Clark by the Army because of his opposition to the Iraq Debacle, and the attendant views that soldiers in Iraq MUST support the operation leads to the inescapable conclusion that only the supporters of the Iraq Debacle can serve in the manner the Army deems necessary...read on"

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