{ An Autopsy of Democracy }

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Ex-Marine leader poses hard questions about war

The Post and Courier | Charleston.net | News | Charleston, SC

"Occupation breeds resentment," he said. "When you have a boot on someone's neck, they don't appreciate it."

"I have more sympathy with the anti-war protesters, at least they're involved. My gripe is with the apathetic middle."

— Nathaniel Fick, former Marine commander

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