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Saturday, October 29, 2005

does anyone know if o'reilly has covered this?

Because I've been so out of the political loop I read here and there about the big hoopla the MSM was preparing to make over the 2000th death in Iraq, but I didn't actually get to hear about what kind of shenannigans they were pulling until I read this.

I mean...are you kidding me? I guess I shouldn't be surprised, I mean after they completely took Bill Bennet's words out of context recently, it shouldn't really surprise me that they would go even further and take the final goodbye of a brave American marine and then twist it into whatever works best for their own selfish purposes...

There are so many things to say about this story. First, it is heartbreaking that such a fine young man is gone from our midst. It is pathetic that the New York Times can't even respect his memory enough to not mutilate his final goodbye to his girlfriend. It is disgusting that they don't have enough respect for those who loved him, who are still and probably always will be grieving his death. I would say the New York Times should be ashamed of itself but liberal moonbats like those who work at the Times probably feel about as ashamed as my cat does when she purposely pees on my bed in protest of an unchanged litterbox.

(Okay, weird analogy, but I'm running on very little sleep here, so cut me a break please).

Anyway, the part of his letter that struck me the most was this:

I'm here helping these people, so that they can live the way we live. Not have to worry about tyrants or vicious dictators. To do what they want with their lives. To me that is why I died. Others have died for my freedom, now this is my mark."

How the New York Times could twist that into what they did, can only be explained by the miracle of liberal goggles...they see what they want to see and if it's not there, hell they'll make it work anyway.

wingless was still breathing at 9:45 AM -

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