"These deliveries pose a direct threat to the lives of coalition forces fighting in Iraq and will be considered a 'hostile act' if they continue.  
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld
In a televised new conference, March 28th. 2003
Concerning shipments of military supplies crossing the border from Syria into Iraq, .

- Has anyone in our government bothered to think that maybe, just maybe, a few other countries around the world might just consider the US invasion of Iraq an 'hostile act."

- If you were Syria wouldn't you be wondering if you were next? After all, in my lifetime, the policy of the US has been to fight it's wars on someone else's turf. Maybe that's what the Syrian's are thinking. If we can stop the US on Iraqi soil it will save us from having to fight the US when they decide it's our turn!

- We can only pray for the lives of our precious young soldiers who have been illegally and immorally sent to yet another foreign war by the so-called 'leaders' of our country. But we cannot blame other countries for wanting to assist Iraq in their battle against American aggression.