I support the troops but I don’t support the war. Is that possible? Is it logical to say we support the people but not their mission? Does it communicate “we love you but we think the work you do is pointless and your hardships and death are in vain”? What does that mean to you–I support the troops but not the war? I’d also love to hear from some servicemen and women on their interpretation of the phrase. Is it morale boosting or busting?
I Support The Troops But…