Two thousand dead - and for what?Quicklink submitted By Douglas Drenkow Permalink
|Her son, she said, shares her skepticism about the war in Iraq. Lots of his fellow Marines do. Support for some broader policy is not what motivates them.
"Really, they don't train these guys to protect their country," Elaine Brower said. "They train them to protect each other. I asked James, 'Why are you going back?' He said, 'My buddies are over there, and I need to protect them.'"