Selfish, not selfless.
On a light note, isn't she a beauty:
Now, down to business:
Some people just don't know what they are saying, they jump on a bandwagon and they use others to futher their own agenda. Take these protestors for example:
If their country was being held hostage by a tyranical dictator, who executed mass roundups, firing squads, killed innocent women and children and disposed of them using mass graves, they would be the first to welcome Coalition Forces, to welcome anyone who would help them.
What is the point in having a 'Peacekeeping' organisation, if it cannot be deployed to keep the peace?
These people ask for the troops to be brought home from war. What is the point of having troops if they cannot go to war?
Perhaps these protesters have convenient amnesia, here is a reminder. Blair and Bush have decided that they won't stand by and watch the slaugter of innocent people, they have decided to do the right thing.
If people don't agree with doing the right thing, with helping people in need, that is fine, they have the right to free speech. But you also have the right to free speech, and you say these people are selfish, heartless and should put themselves in the shoes of the people in Iraq, who were suffering everyday.