Has anybody seen the movie by michael moore called farenheit 911? If you did what did you think about it? Me personally I felt like it was a slap in the face. It was the part where it showed me and my friends in the 3rd Infantry Division (the square diagonal patch) acting like pyschopaths. My face wasnt shown on the movie, but the guy silhoueted by the fire (misspell) was my friend. It seemed to only show the bad. It didnt show the good stuff like peaple cheering and shaking our hands and saying thank you soldier. When I was leaving the movie theater I had a t shirt on with my 3rd ID patch on and i kept getting nasty looks and had to leave fast cuz I thought I would get mugged. Another thing is the news. How do you feel when you see liberal media bashing the war on the tv? Does it ever make you wonder if you did the right thing? I feel I did the right thing but it is hard when all they show is the bad and when peaple ask me about iraq I speak the truth about what I saw and I end up hearing "opinions". I find myself living life in a rage because I find my efforts in Iraq are being downplayed by the bleeding hearts in the media. Sometimes I feel like it is the 60s all over again but there is no spitting at the airports it is now the "awww poor little terrorist" mindset of the media making us look bad. Anybody else feel the same way? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!