Fire for Effect

Monday, December 05, 2005
Don Rumsfeld sure did.

We have arrived at a strange time in this country where the worst about America and our military seems to so quickly be taken as truth by the press and reported and spread around the world -- often with little context and little scrutiny -- let alone correction or accountability after the fact. Speed it appears is the critical determinant. Less so, context.


MeaninglessHotAir said...

It's pure anti-semitism in the form of anti-Americanism. The better the US military does, the more it shows itself capable of toppling dictators without substantially hurting civilians, the more powerful and efficient it it, the more it will be hated. For, as Truepeers points out below, it is not hated for being evil; it is hated for being good.

truepeers said...

what he said

terrye said...

me too.

Doug said...

It is doubly hated for being doubly good.
There was a very good reason George Washington's signature was missing on of our founding documents.

In a just world LTC Kurilla would be on every nightly newscast.
He won't be mentioned.
(unless and until the blogging revolution produces a real info revolution... given human nature, something less is more likely.)