American war culture has produced songs from the Revolutionary War: "Revere the Minuet", The Mexican War: "Llores, No canta", The Civil War: "When Johnny Came Limping Home Again", The Spanish-American war: "The Havana Sweem!" WWI: "I'll be Mustard Gassed for Christmas", WWII: "The Hiroshima Glowing Blues", Korean War: "Kimchi, Kimcha", Vietnam War: "Secret Agent Orange Man"
The Iraq Civil War, the first true civil war created by an outside invader has found a song of its own. The US 50's hit Until Then has lent its crooning sentimentality to the the Tillman controversy. Possible the hundreth Bush Administration corrupt blunder, nfl Star Tillman has become the focal point of Bush lies and catastophic errors.
A top sports star volunteers to fight in Iraq, He is killed by his own troops, they cover it up, a general warns his superiors that this is bullshit, he (the victim) is awarded a Silver star and then we learn that a high ranking officer warned his top brass to advise the top B-ass about the propaganda scam surrounding our football hero killed by our hotshot poorshots!