To: Patriot from Philly
For the sake of accuracy, it's activist leftist judges who are wasting taxpayers' money trying to undermine our alliance. I'd me more careful before labeling a whole nation, especially the one that has been nabbing or helping capture the highest percentage of islamonazis in Europe. Our pro-USA stance is costing a lot to us and the MSM don't lie only when they treat American issues. Also, I don't consider your judges legislating from the bench to be "the USA" and I won't confuse your great people with the liberal minority even if Hitlery got elected. God bless
posted on 11/19/2005 8:39:58 AM PST
("W 04, YEE-HAW !" from old Italy !!)
I apologize. I know it is judges and not the Italians who have been good allies.
Also, one of my criticisms of Bush is that he should ensure that countries that support the US and its policies get some benefit from it.
I'm not sure that is the case with Italy.
I was mad at Italy because I read something in a Rome newspaper that said they should try the soldiers involved in the Sgrena case in absentia since they did the same for Argentine torturers when it involved Italian citizens.
They did not seem to grasp the difference between a tragic friendly fire incident and torture. It's like the Spanish judge charging the US soldiers with murder and crimes against the international community. You would think if he wanted to charge that badly he might try manslaughter...
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