I was a supporter of the war…conservative before my time. Because I did support the war, I planned to enlist if drafted, so I wasn’t particularly worried, although I was very frustrated by the war protesters and main stream media undermining support within the general public. As we now know from the people we were fighting, they thought the war was virtually lost, but the US snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. I was so unconcerned that I didn’t check the lottery numbers until three days after the fact, only to discover while walking to an on-campus cafeteria that my date of birth got me a number in the high 350s. I was a junior at the time and after graduation in 1970, I went straight to law school. I regret to this very day that I never served in our armed forces. The only similarity between Vietnam and Iraq is the behavior of our MSM.