Skip to comments.Reuters Now Showing Photos of Dead US Troops
Posted on 06/21/2004 6:13:57 AM PDT by oblomov
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I don't know but I have observed that Reuters is very much anti-American and anti-Bush. No real surprise there. I rather suspect that Reuters is also p.o.'d about not being able to show our American soldiers caskets being transported per Viet Nam era style. Reuters is one the worst about biased/slanted coverage as it pertains to America and its war on terror. I usually try to avoid reading anything they print.
It's a posed photo prolly. Just more evidence of Reuters/terrorists coordination
Well, we can't exactly stick our heads in the sand and hum "God Bless America" until the whole thing's over, regardless of how objectionable images of war dead might be . . .
D@mmit, people! We don't lump all Christians in with the clinic-bombing fundamentalist fringe, so why are you associating all Muslims with a few jihadists? It's borderline racist, at best. Religion is a convenient war-cry, and has been ursurped and misused as a pretext for war by followers of Islam, Judaism, and . . . Christianity alike. Evidently, war and destruction are human nature, regardless of religious affiliation . . .
You may call it whatever you like, but don't be surprised when your freindly neighborhood truck driver/bridge bomber or the local hero soccer team/jihad camp graduates show up on the front pages of the newspapers after being caught planning to kill as many Americans as they can.
(run-on sentence...mea culpa)
My war cry is "American Semper Fi" and I'm sure not in the mood to gather in the "healing circle" and sing Kumbaya.
The apologist crybabies in this country are going to "understand" us right into extinction.
I'm neither an apologist nor a crybaby, and 'Kumbaya' makes me want to punch people in the head. My point was, and is, that it is utterly illogical to lump all members of any faith, nationality, military branch, etc., in with the actions of a few. What sucks is that the actions of a few result in suffering for many--families of dead Marines included.
And I, sir or madam, am not a borderline racist. I am sick unto death of the "understanding" that we all are now supposed to show the Muslim community. The rights of the few trampling on the rights of the majority. Not the American Way, is it?
This is the attitude that continually hamstrings our military officers. This is the mindset that allows Muslim culture to be taught in public schools. This is the arrogance that allows the mosque bullhorn call to prayer in a Detroit neighborhood 5 times a day. Enough already!
Funny, I don't see them at my Sunday Mass, trying to "understand" me.
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