The Question Is, Who Cares?

An “eye witness” says that he saw US troops beating an injured man who had a beard like Zarqawi. Now there is an eye witness for you. Someone tell me if there are any Muslim terrorists who do not have a beard. In addition, do we really care if troops beat the hell out of him or any other terrorist? We did not want him alive any way, that is why we dropped 1000 pounds of bombs on him. I am glad he was killed and even happier that he lived long enough to see that it was the US that got him.

These Iraqi eye witnesses come out of the wood work when the US is involved in something but when a terrorist walks in and blows something up the survivors never saw anything. Want to know why? The US pays people for injustices and Iraq is based on a tribal system where injustices are compensated with cash or other items of value. America has money and every Iraqi is looking for a way to say he was wronged so he can cash in on the experience.

To the eye witness I say, big freaking deal. I don’t think our guys beat an injured man but if they did, good for them. These terrorists believe they should die in Jihad and go get their virgins so our fellows, if they did it, helped his sorry ass along. Come to think of it, they should be paying our guys for that.


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2 Responses to “The Question Is, Who Cares?”

  1. Bosun says:

    Yep, they are coming out of the woodwork to besmirch our military reputation. The politically correct crowd is going to have the be told that war is war and what happens in war is going to stay on the battlefield.

    We can nip it in the bud, the drive-by media and terrorists working against us with media techniques.

  2. T J says:

    I am not only glad that the U.S. got Zarqawi, but that he lived long enough to suffer before leaving this world. This in itself makes the kill much more appreciated.