If you want a lover I’ll do anything you ask me to. And if you want another kind of love, I’ll wear a mask for you. If you want a partner Take my hand. Or if you want to strike me down in anger Here I stand. I’m your man
Colonel Davis: Do you agree that the military codes of conduct be strictly adhered to at all times? Tasha: I always have. Until now. Colonel Davis: I’m sorry? Tasha: One of the things that is asked of us when we go to the front lines is that we be prepared to be separated from the people that we love. And we ask that of them, too. We ask them to go and let us fight for their freedom. Maybe to never come home. And when we do come home, we feel blessed. It seems so wrong, now. To have my personal freedom denied to me within my own country. It seems wrong to watch the person that I love be interrogated like a criminal, when she did nothing wrong. Colonel Davis: Person you love? To whom are you referring, Captain Williams? Tasha: Alice Pieszecki, Colonel.