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As someone who went through the process with my (Korean) wife over the past year, I can only say good luck and get ready to hold your temper. USCIS f’d up and issued her the wrong visa/green card not once but twice and we only just got the correct green card about a week ago (initially approved in July 2012). Fortunately – nay, miraculously – she was able to enter the States and start her degree program without any hiccups.
» Posted By Aaron On 24/April/2013 @ 5:04 am
Reminds me of the year my dad gave my mom a new set of (plastic) hubcaps for the Camry as a Christmas gift.
» Posted By Aaron On 14/December/2010 @ 6:20 pm
I have an even harder time believing he’s a Democrat.
» Posted By Aaron On 12/October/2010 @ 9:14 pm
If, like me, you’re wary of leftist governments, South America doesn’t have great track record. That said, I’d love to get to Chile – the only place down there that consistently seems to have its patos in a row.
» Posted By Aaron On 12/October/2010 @ 9:11 pm
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Sheehan’s views may not reflect the specific views of the American majority, but they do sit alongside a string of polls that show a growing public distrust of Bush and a disdain for the war. I think most Americans, however – including myself – take a view of resignation: we shouldn’t just pull out now and leave that mess to the Iraqis.
In the end, I think some of Sheehan’s critics are dismissing her too quickly. Is her vision clouded? Absolutely. But she brought the war home in a far more personal way than any other event I can remember.
I agree that her son was in Iraq as a volunteer and, as such, knew of the risks. A grieving mother, however, is prime media fodder and from a PR standpoint, Sheehan’s critics – including Bush and his “get on with my life” comments – make asses of themselves when they gnash their teeth at her.
» Posted By aaron On 22/August/2005 @ 8:42 pm