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Ah jeez, I hate to see children get abused. But gee whiz, I wonder where the soldiers got the idea to waterboard, let alone waterboard children? Any guesses?
I wonder where civilians get the idea to punch their children or to drive them off into lakes. Certainly Susan Smith represents you.
Some probable terrorist gets his ass waterboarded by the CIA and the depravity of individual soldiers, who have nothing to do with nothing, gets explained? Perhaps a cook in the Army can murder his child and people like you can attribute that to other soldiers who killed in combat. Idiocy.
By the way, do you even have any idea as to how many were waterboarded? Got names? You'd be suprised at how few have ever been proven. Or are you still clinging to the politicial Democratic tool to exaggerate the issue? Notice since Obama took the White House the ongoing existence of GITMO and whatever goes on has become a non-factor in the politics of those who chose to seek extreme depravity? Perhaps this is because the whole thing was exaggerated to begin with. But hey, a few cases heard on television are surely enough to send an insignificant soldier off to abuse his kid right?
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What was the deal with Jessica Lynch anyway? I forgot.
Did it turn out she was lying or something?
I remember she was plastered all over every magazine cover for awhile, lauded as a Real American Hero™, a sort of anti-Lynndie England.
Then she just vanished. I heard vague rumors, but basically she just dropped out of sight, and the media never referred to her again.
What was the story, anyway?
If I were a judge, these cretins would be in jail for a minimum of 20 years.
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
It was embarrassing. I know where I was at, but couldn't point it out on a map exactly. I remember the big joke was that they were taken alive and that their weapons couldn't fire. The big bad American military came down to a few soldiers and their dirty weapons.
Last edited by MSgt; 08-26-10 at 08:39 PM.
More than a failure of the army in particular or the United States military in general, I'd call this a failure of Child Protective Services and of the foster care system of whatever state these people reside in.
I want to explore more about how we can attribute this soldiers idiocy to the institution of military. Certainly, with the vast majority of "soldiers" in existence, we should see more massacring across the American region. Certainly, the "horrors" of combat, that Hollywood has glorified for the entertainment of the typical civilian, we should have produced far more Rambos than the one fictional character. Certainly the dropper of nuclear bombs over Japan should have come back to society to torment and destroy our capital. With so many Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, where are the abusive and murderous maniacs? Where are the great majority of internal victims of our government? Why can't we dismiss such inconvenient truths as we seek the exceptional one or two that define the experience?
Some are too stupid to figure out the differences between media, hollywood, and political fiction and real life.
Last edited by MSgt; 08-26-10 at 09:28 PM.
They're out there.With so many Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans, where are the abusive and muderous maniacs?
But a lot of them were probably a few tacos short of a fiesta platter even before they enlisted.
Last edited by MSgt; 08-26-10 at 09:36 PM.