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Thursday, June 15, 2006

Zarqawi death showing libs wrong...again

There are a fraction of people in this country who wake up every day in dread and fear to turn on the news and hear....good news. These people were quite down when they heard that Zarqawi was nailed. They scrambled quickly spin Zarqawi's death as not very meaningful. He was simply an administrator of the organization; 20 more will take his place, etc. These are the same people who attach meaning to Osama Bin Laden not being nailed yet. I happen to place significance on both.

The claim that the Zarqawi strike was meaningless has been relegated to the liberal heap of "wrong again". The house that Zarqawi was staying in was so secluded that it cannot be seen from any residences surrounding it. First, this shows the falseness of the words of a neighbor claiming our soldiers stomped Zarqawi to death after he survived the bomb. Once again, I guess it is ok for some Muslims to lie about infidels. The important part about the seclusion of the house is that Zarqawi felt quite confident he would not be detected there. MyWay is announcing today that in this safe house (no longer safe):
...a "huge treasure" of documents and computer records was seized after the raid on terror leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's hideout, giving the Iraqi government the upper hand in its fight against al-Qaida in Iraq.
In fact since Zarqawi's death according to AP:
American and Iraqi forces have carried out 452 raids since last week's killing of terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, and 104 insurgents were killed during those actions, the U.S. military said Thursday.
143 of these raids were handled by Iraqi forces alone without US assistance. There were 759 "anti-Iraq elements" captured during the raid. A very interesting term. I don't know if it is new, but the term underscores that these "insurgents" may claim to be doing this for Iraq; they are actually against the Iraqi people. The tendency of liberals to make these heroes or revolutionaries or anything morally equivalent to our soldiers is ridiculous and a sellout to our troops.

Well, two great things happening in the aftermath of killing a man who forfeited his right to walk the earth. Two meaningful things. Can the media now admit that they bypassed an opportunity to celebrate a significant event in this war? Probably not. They will be going to bed tonight worrying about what good news they will have to report tomorrow.

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