Such sour grapes...too bad.
Wot, no barf alert?
Please, no more UK garbage.
Sigh, more liberal-speak puke from the leftie-liberal Guardian. (yawn)
The MsM really somewhere deep down believe that if theislamorats stayed and fight they would win...It just kills them the US military is so superior,in all aspects of war, air artillery,open country.close quarters,house to house,they just can't believe it. It is actually funny to watch.
The good old Guardian is still at it,eh?
"Over the week, the two units I'm accompanying have lost at least two marines and seen several injured in the push through the Jolan district, a rebel stronghold. Captain Brian Chontosh says about a dozen men have been captured and a similar number killed." This Hilsum 'journalist' needs to be found trembling in a basement, accompanied by the 'insurgents' he appears to admire ... if he doesn't lose his head to the insurgents before Americans arrive. The Guardian isn't one of my favorite British rags, BTW.
the small, poor, dusty city which has become the symbol of America's failure in Iraq. I am guessing there are a few hundred thousand dead Iraqis who were less than happy with Saddam's "success" in Iraq. And a few million Iraqis with renewed hope now that might quibble with the whole failure thing.
They need to wrest back Falluja not simply to quell the insurgency but also to show the 'hajis' - as they call the rebels - that they cannot match the mighty US Army Well, all fine and dandy, but didn't he just interview some Marines? Was there another DOD reorganization that I missed?
'I guess there are some good people - it's jus' that we don' have nothin' to do with them,' mused a marine Of course, the Guardian will be sure to show you that the barbaric Yanks all talk like Gomer Pyle with a blood fetish; I wonder how much they 'accent' comments from Americans they agree with. Wait, I forgot; there are none.
One stuck a paper flower behind his ear and posed for the camera before changing his mind - 'I don't want people to think I'm gay!' Probably caught a winsome glance from the Guardian reporter and felt a little icky all the sudden...
By this reasoning getting all the terror thugs on the run with nowhere to sleep or hide after a series of such "empty victories" will really be hollow. There will be an almost complete reduction of their attacks and that will be really "empty" in the eyes of the press. They they'll write about how even though we've reduced the attacks to insignificance, it's not a real victory because we could have done it more "gently."
Curious to know how this "reporter" could divine the speaker's spelling.
Is this how a victory won by the blood of patriots will be stolen by the lies of leftwing pencil pushers?
And most of them are already employed by The Guardian.
I this meant to be a "fact" ? Leftist garbage...from a socialist leftist American loathing rag of a paper!
I'm sorry if I blow up here for a minute, but I am so sick and tired of the media, both U.S. and International, consistently trashing our military. These brave men and women are putting their lives on the line and smashing the bad guys all over the world while the rest of the world (save the Coalition) cowers in fear. Sadly, there have been casualties in Fallujah, but they have been thankfully lighter than feared. But, the a--wipes in the MSM start their broadcasts with the body count. Other than ignoring the MSM and mocking them, what else can we do?
Uh. Except for 1600 of them.
Can this Captain Brian Chontosh be the same who heroically won the Navy Cross during earlier combat in Iraq?
Guardian pecker-envy alert.