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MURDER MOST FOUL
New York Post ^
| FREDERICK J. CHIAVENTONE
Posted on 05/11/2004 11:37:51 PM PDT by kattracks
Edited on 05/26/2004 5:21:45 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
May 12, 2004 -- AMERICA shouldn't have been surprised by the repellent murder of Nick Berg, but we were preoccupied by the furor over the bad behavior of a handful of our troops at Abu Ghraib prison. Now we have the so-called response by some of the monsters we went into Iraq and Afghanistan to stop.
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TOPICS: Editorial; News/Current Events; War on Terror
posted on 05/11/2004 11:37:51 PM PDT
Good post, thanks. I expect to see many more articles like this. If not, the country is sinking faster than I thought.
posted on 05/11/2004 11:43:20 PM PDT
"As we engage in this national fixation on our own navels, as we indulge in the televised rituals of self-flagellation and remorse over Abu Ghraib, we must not forget the enemy and of what he is capable. We must never forget that whatever ills we may have brought to Iraq, however inadvertently, the alternative is infinitely worse"
Aye! Wise advice.
The vast majority of his victims are non-combatants.
That's you and me, folks.
posted on 05/11/2004 11:53:32 PM PDT
(CAUTION! People May Be Dumber Than They Appear In The Forum)
That's all folks.
Islam is a death cult. An aggressive one at that. Have we forgotten??
posted on 05/12/2004 1:48:02 AM PDT
(Sen. Robert Bryd has seen more hoods than Iraqi prisoners ever wore....)
Excellent article. Easy to read and to the point. Perfect for sending to friends and relatives who may not be very politically savvy. We have the responsibility to spread the word since half of America is still watching Katie Colonic and Matt "hairplug" Lauer.
posted on 05/12/2004 6:01:53 AM PDT
(Beagles For Bush!)
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