Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Around the Blogosphere in Less than 80 Soecond

Interesting article on military blogs. Hat Tip: PebblePie.

Battle for Mosul: Progress Report to follow up with Michael Yon's Gates of Fire report.

Check out how Patriotic Mom spent her September 11th.

Positive stories coming out of Iraq:

Ejecting "some of the worst human beings on the face of the earth,"

Also, from the Washington Post. Hat Tip: Patriotic Mom. And this. Hat Tip: PebblePie.

Task Force Liberty Soldiers Kill Terrorist Sniper.

Injured Iraqi girl captures medic's heart.

It was always ONLY about wmds, right? I clearly remember humanitarian reasons being one of the cases for going to war. And I think it's wrong that those who were opposed to war in the first place believing that there were WMDs, now use that as a hindsight argument for being against the war, when it was never their argument to begin with. No matter what your position on the war before we went in, we are there now and how can you not want the U.S. to succeed? If you really do care about the innocent Iraqi lives, how can you continue to sabotage our side by making us look to be the bad guys over there? Or wanting us to cut-and-run when our soldiers are very motivated and don't feel like they are losing over there? A winning strategy is getting behind the mission 100% and seeing it through. The terrorists win a small victory everytime their actions get a strong response from our media and our Democratic leaders crying "quagmire!", "Vietnam!". It's sickening.

And did anyone really believe relinquishing Gaza would lead Israel down the road to peace? And why are we still giving $50 million in financial aid to Palestine when the gratitude shown is to threaten and denounce us? (Hat tip for the link: The Right is Right).

Hamas vows genocide.

When have Palestinian authorities ever called for anything short of the extermination of Israel?

The withdrawal isn't even recognized as such by Palestinians as an olive branch of peace by the Israelis and a move toward compromise; but as an act of concession and defeat from their onslaught of homicide bombers. Seems they plan on continuing with this execution of terrorism strategy until there is no more Israel.

Some more thoughts on Hurricane Katrina...namely, what National Guardsmen out of Louisiana have to say on the matter. Too slow? Says who?

Rest in Peace Sgt. Josh Russell.

No comments regarding John Roberts confirmation hearings, but there's plenty of commentary around to be had. Just start clicking to the right of me.

2 Comments:

Blogger NYgirl said...

That was a great wrap up.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005 7:21:00 PM  
Blogger Mary said...

I didn't know that anyone had been killed performing hurricane rescue missions!!!

Sgt. Josh Russell's story should be given much more attention by the media.

He made it home from Iraq alive and died while aiding Americans.

His death highlights the danger involved in what our military are doing on the Gulf Coast.

They are heroes.

Josh and his family are in my prayers.

Wednesday, September 14, 2005 9:44:00 PM  

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