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May 07, 2004
Quote of the Day

Regarding Abu Ghraib and the War on Terrorism in general:

Let's have some perspective here. While our handful of abusive troops represent the exception, the same is not true of our enemy, whose true nature we dare not forget. The ordinary enemy combatant is an unrepentant murderer.

The enemy and his sympathizers rejoiced as they mutilated our people and dragged them through the streets. Sex-related humiliation is one thing, but how about the deliberate killing of innocent women and children as a theological obsession?

Where's the outrage for the actions against us? Where are the condemnations? Where are the apologies?

David Limbaugh, at Townhall.com.

UPDATE: see also today's Cox & Forkum editorial cartoon.

Posted by Russ at 01:00 PM, May 7, 2004 in Quotes

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