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Monday, February 04, 2008

Iraq: Nine Civilians "Accidentally" Killed



Thanks to Blogroll Amnesty Day, we have found new bloggers all over the net who say things we find interesting. We plan to feature them once or twice a week. Check out their blogs from the blogroll on the right, or click directly on the link below to read a specific post.

Over at Oak Creek Forum, One Fly flies outa the cornfield to tell us just how he feels about the accidental killing.
9 Iraqi civilians accidentally killed

"The U.S. military said Monday that it had accidentally killed nine Iraqi civilians during an operation targeting al-Qaida in Iraq — the deadliest known case of mistaken identity in recent months"

Fucking a right! Just an accident. So that makes it all otay and after they investigate they will let all know the truth. After all we're fighting al-Qaida member that? When I heard the phrase "I am a human being" for the first time over 30 years ago it struck me as odd but I was fresh outta of that cornfield and didn't have a clue. I feel for this country and the people in Iraq as they deserved none of this. The neo-murderers and the monkey are to blame and I despise them with all my being. Sonsofbitches!
Drop by and check out what else he has to say.

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2 Comments:

At 4:59 PM, Blogger One Fly said...

A very generous gesture much appreciated and unexpected. Thank you and I will do the same for you and others as I hope they will do. Need to make use of this nasty winter as when spring comes there will be much less time to pursure the many issues all of us have with perspectives not seen anywhere in this countries "diverse my ass media". So many made numerous friends with BAD that in the end this effort will only solidify bloggers from all over and that is the strength of the internets.
Giv'em hell Political Cat!!

 
At 6:17 PM, Blogger ThePoliticalCat said...

Thanks, buddy, and you do the same! Blogs are the voice of little people, individuals, with no lobbyists or corporate power. As long as we hang together, our voices will make a difference.

 

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