A somewhat interesting AP piece on the growing frustrations some soldiers and their families are feeling in regards to the war:
“I’m not sure we’re doing a whole lot of good,” Myers, 46, said of the U.S. presence in Iraq. “Everybody thinks we are. We’re trying to, but we’re not going to change what they want to do, and if they don’t want to change, they’re not gonna.”
I say somewhat, because the piece deviated quickly from the headline into a debate about the merits of John Murtha, when it owuld have been much more interesting to simply examine the opinions of soldiers.