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And somewhere, Michael Moore weeps

Stacking Minutemen like cordwood:

BAGHDAD (Reuters) – U.S. warplanes launched strikes in western Iraq on Tuesday which the U.S. military said killed an al Qaeda militant named Abu Islam among other fighters, and which a hospital source said killed at least 47 people.

“Intelligence leads Coalition forces to believe that Abu Islam and several of his associates were killed in the air strike,” a U.S. military spokeswoman said in Baghdad.

A hospital official in Qaim, near the Syrian border, told Reuters at least 47 people died in the U.S.-led strikes. Mohammed al-Aani said 35 people died in one house and another 12 in a strike on a second house.

Hmm. Near the Syrian border, were they? How very odd. Wonder if any of the libs who’ve been using the “Iraq is a distraction from the WoT” excuse for their snarling Bushate are ready yet for a jaunt into Syria? Speaking for myself, I can only say: well done, guys — and you can take that as both a pat on the back and a request for another heaping helping of Fricassee de Terrorist con la Napalme. More, and faster, please, before the “Loyal” Opposition has time to fill their lungs with air to shriek about how this latest American victory is actually a defeat.


6 thoughts on “And somewhere, Michael Moore weeps

  1. ooh, they were near (gasp) Syria…I guess that justified the whole thing

    I’m sure every last one of them really was a terrist, don’t you feel safer in your SUV now. And mr. Abu Islam was about # 1,398,976 in charge of al qaeda

    the people that publish this site will be the last holdouts to support Bush when his approval rating is 20% in a few months.

    at least you got rid of the moronic graphics.

  2. Hey juaniflaco, the guy that dropped the bomb was #59,396,245 of the people still willing to defend America instead of surrender and become a muslim by force. The terrorist have hit America ,hit Asia, hit western Europe, hit eastern Europe, hit Africa.It’s not Bush’s fault, its what we are, not what we did.

  3. ooh, they were near (gasp) Syria?ǨI guess that justified the whole thing…

    Look at it this way Mike- Zorro needed a coffee break.

  4. I’m ready for a jaunt into Pakistan to get Osama bin Laden… but why won’t Bush follow-up on his promises?

    And yes, the United States occupation of Iraq is a distraction… and expensive… and I bet the Cubans are pissed the Iraqi’s jumped to the front of the line like that.

  5. Because, Darryl, Bin Laden as an individual is scarcely important in the overall war. Capturing/killing him would be a major PR victory, but nothing more than that.

    Actually, I think that if OBL were captured now, the anti-Bush crowd would say that it’s only a publicity stunt to divert attention form Bush’s failure reagarding the Katrina disaster.

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