I was a patriotic teenager during the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan on Dec. 7, 1941. It made me very angry, and I could hardly wait for my 17th birthday so I could join the Navy and serve my country.
When another sneak attack occurred in New York, on 9/11, I was in my 70s and could do nothing but grieve. These two events cost thousands of lives, and we can't stand still for another attack.
In spite of many disagreements with some government policies, I fully support this country's effort to prevent any more catastrophic events such as these.
Iraq supports and encourages terrorism, and this type of government cannot be allowed to exist.
U.S.A., all the way.
Jack Jasper, World War II veteran, Payson