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Portrait of death 2.jpg

Portrait of death 2.jpg

Bush's portrait is comprised of mini photos of soldiers who died in Iraq.

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Guest 15-Jun-2006 07:24
Michael Moore guest, my brother died in Iraq. You have no idea how wrong you are.We don't have to fight this war, in fact, it's almost pointless. This war is just bush trying to show the world how tough he is, so don't go around saying my brother died for my freedom, bush killed him.
Guest 14-Dec-2005 21:57
this is an amazing photo and that poster is moving as a 20 year old this hits close to home. i cant wait until he is out. but it will take many years to clean up his mess.
Guest 11-Dec-2005 07:29
A perfect description of the man. Through the guise of protecting freedom, Bush's actions have reduced humanity to a new low level. We are all doomed, as the greed for oil is now viewed as a need for national security, and people view support for the President's lies as a show of patriotism. Those soldiers died for a number of reasons: their own need for self-worth, a misguided sense of honor, a need for financial support, or just plain boredom. They didn't die for me, as this chaos created in Iraq will never end. Thank you for the potent image and statement of truth.
Guest 08-May-2005 01:01
yes, he is a very noble man. killing for his own damn good, so noble. sad, so sad.
Guest 04-Dec-2004 05:47
nice attitude guest idiot. too bad your picture isnt on there
Guest 04-Nov-2004 21:29
Michael Moore propaganda. These boys died to preserve your freedom. You Socialist idiots!
Kokomo Photography11-Sep-2004 22:15
Very moving.
Erich Mangl06-Sep-2004 15:01
a color version of the poster:
Guest 04-Sep-2004 21:19
This is really powerful.
Rhonda 21-Aug-2004 00:59
Absolutely stirs the emotions. I must say it almost brought me to tears and left me speechless the moment I read that the picture of BUSH is made up of men who have lost their lives in the war. Isn't it ironic.--more like an atrocity.