It is impossible not to believe that the decision to list of the names of the Fallen in Iraq is politically motivated, and is done as an anti-war gesture. If that was not the case, why not include the names of the Fallen from Afghanistan? That intentional omission clearly defines the motives of those who wish to use the names of the dead, before this war is over, as a method of getting to the public and attempt to rattle their resolve.John Kerry said "that failure is not an option in Iraq."
Pictures have done that in the past. And as evidence, I'm posting a few pictures that have shaped or altered American public opinion. Never forget, that wars are lost not on the battlefield, but on the home front.
Does Koppel agree with Kerry?