Weather,How exactly was the "Nightline" piece anti-Iraq war? Are you one of those who thinks we should hide our eyes to the reality of war, dead American soldiers. How would you honor the soldiers that are dying in a war you obviously strongly support? By agreeing that censoring images of the dead returning home is good for morale or supportive of the troops. How does keeping silent about the death of our troops honor their service in any way? Also how would you explain this:In a letter to the president of [Sinclair] group (the people who censored the program, not for political reasons at all, Naw.....It was about "supporting the troops man"), Mr. McCain, who was a prisoner of war in Vietnam and is a leading congressional voice on military issues, called the decision to block the broadcast on the company's ABC affiliates "deeply offensive.""There is no valid reason for Sinclair to shirk its responsibility in what I assume is a very misguided attempt to prevent your viewers from completely appreciating the extraordinary sacrifices made on their behalf by Americans serving in Iraq," Mr. McCain wrote. "War is an awful, but sometimes necessary business. Your decision to deny your viewers an opportunity to be reminded of war's terrible costs, in all their heartbreaking detail, is a gross disservice to the public, and to the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. It is, in short, sir, unpatriotic. I hope it meets with the public opprobrium it most certainly deserves."Obvious insincere anti-war propaganda/rhetoric from the Republican Senator from Arizona.Nothing more.