So it is not enough that the mainstream media has become the propaganda tool for the Islamists and the enemies of America. Not satisfied with the results of their daily brain washing (or should I say brain clubbing) now they intend to shame the American people for having the courage of their convictions.
Over at CBS News, they want to know "Why So Little Protest On Iraq? (hat tip Steverino)
Why? Because we are at war you little shit you! Because we are fighting an enemy so insidious, so dangerous, so shadowy -- it will take the whole of the nation, all hearts and minds to defeat it.
To hear Dotty Lynch, who is rather dotty, tell it, she is confounded by our will to live.
They say, for example, that 400 of the 750 members of the Princeton class of 1956 joined the military, compared to only nine members of the class of 2004. Speaking on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos," Rep. John Murtha pointed out that only 1 percent of the people in the United States are involved in the war and many of them go back over and over again.
Is that the reason for the lack of protest? Is it because so few Americans are personally impacted that the outcry isn't louder?
No, no it is because war has been declared on America and we are trying to preserve our way of life. We are all impacted. We want to live, dotty Dotty, a full life .... pursuing life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But if it's a chador you are looking for, I am certain it can be arranged.
Meeting with Hizbollah, asshat.
Murtha said Sunday that actions like the alleged massacre by the Marines in Haditha "erodes - this is the kind of war you have to win the hearts and minds of the people. We can't win this militarily.
Thanks for the vote of confidence Murtha. John Murtha is a My Lai-R. Another traitor whose name no one knew until he came out against America and became a media darling. He and Cindy Sheehan - the only mother America is familiar with on a first name basis that lost a child in Iraq - the only mother America knows. Why is that?
And why aren't our Marines given the benefit of the doubt until all the facts are out and the military releases its findings. What, only OJ gets that -- do not "rush to judgment" -- free pass?
Or is it that Americans have become desensitized to gruesome pictures of the dark side of soldiers in war? The atrocities at Abu Ghraib and Haditha have shocked people for a few days but the images of My Lai are still seared in our brains. Will the words Abu Ghraib and Haditha bring back horror in 30 years?
No, you loon, we've become sensitized to the gruesome images of beheadings of people merely because they are infidels, we have become sensitized to hundreds of our brethren throwing themselves out of tall buildings to escape the fires of an attack on our great nation, we have become sensitized by the tens (maybe hundreds) of thousands murdered at the hands of Islamic terrorists here.
Abu Ghraib, my ass. A couple of losers doing stupid things and you define our efforts in that context? Shame on you - go. Go live under shariah. Go on now.
Analyzing data from 91,000 interviews in fifty nations and the Palestinian Authority from 2002 to 2005, the authors conclude that "America's reputation was badly soiled in Iraq."
Palestinian data? WTF? You, my dear, are what is badly soiling this nation. You, my dear, are the embarrassment of our nation because your premises are false and you stand for nothing. You are nothing.
People at CBS News were touched personally and deeply by the Iraq war on Monday. But must it take a direct a hit for all Americans to get engaged and demand a serious re-examination from those in power whose policies have caused so much bloodshed and damaged America's reputation around the globe?
Hey dotty Dotty, every loss is huge, every death is enormous. We are all on the front lines now. Shut up and fight or get out of the way.
UPDATE: Profoundly disgusting. This could have been written by al qaeda.