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“We did nothing in Vietnam that I was ashamed of.” — Nick D. Bacon, state director of veterans affairs, in an op-ed column in the Democrat-Gazette. Bacon complained about misleading media coverage of the war in Iraq. The media “have largely missed the incredible story about the success of the Iraq invasion and replaced it with a daily body count.”
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