Now, that just pisses me off. "The media" reports what they're given, and they still report the "negative" things happening in Falluja - they just refer to it as al-Anbar province, so people will think just what Tim Ryan wants us to think - that Falluja is a glittering success story.
Hey, asswipe. Take a look at the military's own guidelines for coverage of the war. We don't do body counts of the "enemy". Remember? And for the record, telling me that you killed three or ten or a hundred times as many of them as they killed of us doesn't make me feel any better about what's happening over there.
If you paid attention, dolt, they told us all about it. And then they told us it probably wasn't her whose body was found. They tell us every horrendous beheading, torturing, disemboweling story that comes out of Iraq.
Those are not our failings. And do they somehow mitigate what we did in Abu Ghraib?
Say what? CNN is an Al Jazeera front? Or vice-versa? What?
Jesus, I think this guy really believes himself.
Like the Jessica Lynch story for instance?
Yeah. I heard it called "shock and awe".
Dude! They aren't permitted anywhere unless they're embedded. The few independents who are getting out and reporting events, risking their lives every minute, are reporting much, much worse stories than the media you are complaining about. Read some independent news for a change. That'll put your knickers in a twist.
Well, make up your mind. Do you like Al Jazeera or not?
It wouldn't matter, I suppose if you read that many military experts, intelligence operatives, and government analysts are saying the same thing?
Can this guy hear himself? "Ah, the sound of those bombs hitting their targets! Music to my ears. The staccato rhythm of cannon. A symphony. Just makes me feel so noble and good. Absolute annihilation of remaining forces makes for such peaceful surroundings." The sight of all those bombed out homes and dead bodies rotting in the streets, being eaten by dogs, must make him wet himself with orgasmic delight.
Tim goes on and on, but I have to stop now. Enough is enough.