Good British people are dying out there,and thanks to pathetic left wing views of complete pratts, their efforts are worthless.
No, their efforts are not rendered worthless by 'left wing' views. But they have made sacrifices for politicians of dubious motives. When you join up, of course, you do so knowing you will obey orders whether you agree with the motives or not. The loss of the 100th British serviceman is another tragedy, and it's a milestone that will only serve to increase public opinion against the war, as is happening in America.
During the run up to the war and for sometime after it began, I was 'on the fence' about whether or not it was the right thing to do.
After nearly three years, I'm now of the view it wasn't the right thing to do. The end of war is not in sight, and the USA has got itself embroiled in a war which will cost it lives and dollars for years to come.
The huge profits of the American oil giants announced this week, the result of the uncertainty over oil supplies pushing the price up, is scant consolation for the USA. Iraq was always supposed to be a money making exercise, and it's gone wrong.
Sorry to hear you lost a friend there SC.