I started this thread because I had a conversation with a friend of mine who happens to preach Farenheit 9/11 like it is the gospel and we got to talking about soldiers that do not believe in the war. His position was that it is unfair that people who don't believe in the war have to be over there fighting. I disagree. I told him that they made a commitment and part of that commitment meant that there was a possibility of being involved in a war. He went on to tell me that most of them join the armed reserves because they had nothing better going for them and it offered them good money. First of all, I don't think this is the reason a majority of our troops join the forces. Most join because they believe in America and are truly patriots. For the ones who do join for the money and do not realize the ramifications of their decision, I would have to say that they made a poor choice. I think regardless of if you agree with the war or not, you have to agree that this reasoning is pretty bad. I'm curious what others think.