Now we got’m, now we don’t.

Posted by on January 14, 2006

Well shoot. What happened in Pakistan early friday morning is a perfect of example of going from Hero to Goat in the span of a few hours.

The Pakistani’s and our own barbarian supporters will be screaming their typical rants of:

I’m not thrilled with the prospect of killing innocents in this attack. It saddens me but I have to realize that terrible things happen in war. Any number of things could have happened here. Perhaps we were given bad intel on purpose. Maybe Zawahiri **WAS** there but had left before the attack was launched. Maybe someone mis-identified someone as Zawahiri(as a CIO of a certain education organization accused me the other day, “they all look like”. Yeah, MP, I’m alittle pissed about that). Who knows what happened to cause this but the bottom line is we killed 15 or so people, including children, in a military strike against a legitimate target but our intelligence was wrong. Terribly sad but it happens in War. It’s the nature of War.

I’m just wondering when Al-Kennedy or Al-Pelosi will crawl out from under their rock and demand an investigation into why the Administration targeted these civilians for attack.

Counterterrorism Blog has the complete round up.

Last modified on January 14, 2006

Categories: American Warriors, Intel on Barbarians
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3 Responses to “Now we got’m, now we don’t.”

  1. Joel Esler Says:

    Here’s a mind pundant. Did they deserve it for hanging around him?

  2. pilgrim Says:

    uh…yep. 😉 It seems we did get one of their Chemical guys tho.

    My wife was pretty upset about this strike, thinking we should have consulted Pakistan first. She didn’t know that Pakistan’s Intelligence group is a wholly owned subsidiary of UBL.

  3. SingleMind Says:

    Looks like we nailed about 3 or 4 of them. I don’t like it that civilians are getting killed, but keep in mind that terrorists are well-known for using innocents as “human shields”.

    It’s like that great philosopher–what’s his name, Grant?–said: “War is hell.”

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