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Press Release Category Society - Government - serveyournation Release Date: June 15, 2008

War, The Ideology of Small Minds and Large Nations

By serveyournation
June 15, 2008
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Young irreplaceable Americans, getting a good education is a terrific way to serve your country. Don't die for a lie.

PR9.NET June 15, 2008 - San Diego, CA - If September 11, 2001 taught us nothing else, it should have taught us that jet fighters and aircraft carriers are no match for hatred.

"Young irreplaceable Americans, getting a good education is a terrific way to serve your country. Don't die for a lie. When George W. Bush said, "Mission Accomplished" he was talking about his mission, not ours", said Mr. Bob Miller owner of

He added that "Before you join the military, look around and tell me how many Support the Troops bumper stickers and Yellow Ribbons you see now. Give me the name of just one politician or officer who has been convicted of war crimes like our young enlisted soldiers have. Allow me to save you some time; no politician or officer has been convicted. Not one!"

Before NAFTA, war, financially speaking, was a profitable venture. That is no longer the case. The $3 trillion proposed spending in 2009 by George W. Bush would be the first time that milestone has been reached. Bush also presided over the first budget to hit $2 trillion in 2002. It took the government nearly 200 years to reach the first $1 trillion budget, which occurred in 1987 during the Reagan administration.

Exposing the hidden ill effects of war, explains the real meaning of patriotism and prevents the American youth from dying for nothing in war.

Bob Miller is one of America's most controversial writers. His anti-war and anti-Bush publications and speeches have circled all around the globe and have created awareness among people about the ill effects and needlessness of war. Miller served in Vietnam and was shot down twice. He is the recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with 29 clusters. Miller worked as the golf professional on Holland America's ms Westerdam.

For more information, visit

Bob Miller
San Diego, CA 92101, United States
Phone: 1-954-714-0765

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Bob Miller is the author of six books. His book “Kill Me If You Can, You SOB,” a Vietnam memoir, has been in top one hundred books of its genre on since release. Visit his websites and for more information.

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