Monday, January 31, 2005
Sunday, January 16, 2005
Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Nor does ABC give further information that "security and stability operations in Al Anbar province" is code for "continued fighting in Falluja". Must allow Americans to think that mission has been accomplished.
Reuters follows the same script, releasing the military's official statement, adding this silly, but true, closing line:
Speaking of the relatively new "hot" spot, The Australian doesn't sugar coat the news that two bombs in the last two days have killed more Iraqi soldiers.
Indeed. And the "operations" in Falluja still constitute war, too. No matter how they avoid saying so.<
Tuesday, January 11, 2005
Saturday, January 8, 2005
People do recognize it for what it is. Some Americans don't. And some just refuse to admit what it is.
Support our troops.
God knows they need something. Maybe a little insight into reality.LA Times article
Maybe a freaking lick of common sense would be helpful.
I hope that was rhetorical. On the other hand, if it weren't, maybe it's actually a sign of hope that the ignorant grunts are actually starting to wonder about what's obvious to everyone else on the planet (except the wingnuts back home, of course).
This is how the LA Times is reporting on Falluja - headline:
How nuts. Again, as Zeynep asks, how can something like that be reported without any comment? Is anybody using their brain?
Wait, before you answer that...
Gee, Lance Cpl Yubeta, I wonder if they like you.
Maybe it just takes a few years of maturing - or maybe it's a Red State / Blue State thing.
Indeed. To maintain moral superiority, you have to have it.
Left I comments on one of the bizarre quotes in the article:
No. They're not listening.