Friday, November 12, 2004

Freeing Iraq

This is from the site Picasso Dreams: from an interview with a soldier from Iraq.

Former Marine Staff Sergeant Jimmy Massey: “As far as I’m concerned, the real war did not begin until they saw us murdering innocent civilians,” he said. “I mean, they were witnessing their loved ones being murdered by US Marines. It’s kind of hard to tell someone that they are being liberated when they just saw their child shot or lost their husband or grandmother.”

And it’s exactly what I’m talking about.

And all the folk who voted for Bush because he’s a stand-up guy who has liberated those Iraqi citizens need to go take a look at some of the photographs of those dead Iraqi kids and those dead Iraqi brothers and mothers and husbands and tell me just how liberated they think those people feel right now. (Photographs available at

Or grateful they think their families feel right now either.

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