Some of our countrymen want us to lose in Iraq.
Most military members saw through the media’s condescension toward them and most voted for President Bush. As a result, some reporters are no longer bothering to hide their contempt toward the rough men (and women).
This morning, I watched a reporter badger a Lieutenant General over US casualties during a Pentagon news conference on the progress of the Fallujah battle. The reporter (Charlie-something) attempted to bully the general—heh--into giving a fixed number of casualties. That Charlie was unsuccessful is a given. That the attempt was pathetic was also a given.
It was also the very first question asked. Charlie didn’t care about winning, about our troops, nor about the Iraqi people. With his faux outrage, he *does* “care” about those dead American bodies, however. Well, he’s not alone in this world: our enemies care about dead American bodies as well.
UPDATE: Yep. They sneer at real military men and women but will actually fawn over the words of that great military strategist, the well-informed Madonna (or whatever name she's using).
"Global terror is in California. There's global terror everywhere and it's absurd to think you can get it by going to one country and dropping tons of bombs on innocent people."
Shut up, you no-singing, brainless, never-was! I'm willing to bet that John Kerry wishes that people like you had kept your mouths shut as well.
(Thanks to Jim at Bill's place)
UPDATE: The "Charlie-something" mentioned above is Charlie Aldinger of Reuters.
(Thanks to FoxNews)