Thursday, June 22, 2006

Prisoners of War


Ask them to recall recent history...

Saddam Hussein, Uday and Qusay are history. No more mass graves, no more torture rooms at Abu Garaib.

Twelve million Iraqi risked death by dipping fingers in purple ink 2005 to vote! They now have elected government officials, a 250,000 military force in 2006.

When a political hack mentions Abu Garaib, or our facility in Guantanimo, casually mention these facts:

We put our war prisoners in a cage, feed them Muslim food, provide them with the moral values of the Qur'an, give them prayer rugs, treat them with decent medical and dental services, and allow them to whine to the International Red Cross about their "unfair" treatment.

When the Islamic Terrorists take prisoners, they murder them, gouge out the eyes, and cut off their heads.


It took us a long time, but with increasingly improving Intelligence, our forces finally nailed Abu Musab al Zarqawi. The Kill-Culture Chieftain is dead this June 7th.

For three years we have heard partisans in the Senate and The House of Representatives loudly calling our president "nazi-like", and accuse him of lying to the American people about WMD's...well finally, after all this trash about impeaching the President for 'misleading the country into a no-win war', we finally have the truth. Our military has just discovered a large cache of Risen and Mustard Gas. That's the stuff Saddam used to kill 5,000 Kurds. That's the material U.N.'s Chief Inspector Scott Ritter could not find (remember him)? Well, Snake Hunters remembers.

Now, we can't say the War-Protesting college kids are traitors, nor will we. But we do suggest that they were purposely misled by vicious political smear tactics and slanderous behavior by political hacks hoping to regain their powerful positions in government!

The shrill voices are still there, the President's poll numbers are still reflecting the verbal bleatings of the appeasers, and their clamouring chants of surrender, with ignoble "Exit Strategies" at the end of this year.

Well, we have an alternative plan. We acknowledge that George Bush is the Commander in Chief, and he has a West Point Graduate in Iraq. His name is General Casey, and he, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff, led by a very able USMC General Pace... and they will advise our president on troop strength, and any possible redeployment.

They will determine when Iraqi military & police are ready to assume responsibility for Command and Control, not a few overly zealous politicians in Washington D.C.

That's Snake Hunters view; your comments are welcome on this blogsite. reb
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