American CPT Hostage Tom Fox Murdered


Tom was not seen in a video from the 'Swords of Righteousness Brigade' released March Seventh by Al-Jazeera. Today the FBI says that Tom was murdered.

Yahoo News :The FBI verified that a body found in Iraq Friday morning was that of Tom Fox, 54, of Clear Brook, Va., spokesman Noel Clay said. He said he had no information on the other three hostages.

Clay said he did not know how Fox was killed but said additional forensics will be done in the United States. The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad is investigating, he said.

Fox's family has been notified, Clay said, and "our heartfelt condolences go out to them."

Yes what kind of group could possibly murder in cold blood a good peaceful Christian like this. He never hurt a fly. These terrorists cannot appeased or reasoned with. They have no respect for the kindness Tom surely showed the people of Iraq. May he rest in peace and may God keep him always. Again we must call for the release of all the remaining hostages.

Full details on the CPT hostages here

Jawa Report archives on all hostages in general here.

Rather sad Hat Tip : Jesusland Carlos and George Ramos.

Update : Tom was Tortured before his Murder.

Yahoo News : Interior Ministry Lt. Col. Falah al-Mohammedawi said Fox was found with his hands tied and gunshot wounds to his head and chest. There were cuts on his body and bruises on his head, indicating torture, he said. The corpse was dressed in Iraqi-made clothing.

Fox's body was found near a railway line in Dawoudi, a mixed Sunni-Shiite area that has been largely shielded from violence. Shocked local residents on Saturday condemned Fox's abduction and killing.

"These acts are terrorist ones and will hinder the political process and distort the reputation of Iraq," said Dhamir al-Samaraie, who had come to see where Fox was found.

So they Cut, Beat and Murdered an old man. That ought to please Allah.


Posted by: Howie at 09:53 PM

Comments

1 poor fool.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 10, 2006 11:00 PM

2 Harsh guys. I reckon he figured that out now didn't he, the hard way.

Posted by: Howie at March 10, 2006 11:15 PM

3 Poor guy. I hope his end was swift; RIP, bro.

Posted by: jonathan at March 10, 2006 11:30 PM

4 The comments of "Goodriddance" and forest hunter were deleted by me.

Any more expressions of sympathy for the terrorists who murdered this man will also be summarily deleted.

Yeah, you read that right. If you think this man deserved to die because of his ideology, you're on their side, not ours.

Posted by: Vinnie at March 10, 2006 11:33 PM

5 I get no satisfaction from this but if he is typical of the Christian "peacemakers" I honestly have mixed feelings. Blind to evil, but why? Deep down, do they hate good? A fool indeed.

Posted by: Javapuke at March 10, 2006 11:40 PM

6 Deserved to die? No.

Knowingly and willingly walked into the lion's den? Yes.

Purpose for doing so? We all have our opinions.

Sympathy for him? No more than absolutely necessary, considering line 2 above. Like we used to say in demolitions training; if you screw up big enough, you only need to do it once.

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at March 11, 2006 12:50 AM

7 Perhaps we should continue putting our people in the LOF for their sake Vinnie. I do not hold with in any shape or form that this poor soul deserved to die. They need to stay clear of that place until a more appropriate time to spread the word. Obviously, I feel bad for his entire family. RIP Tom Fox

How you got to sympathy for the terrorists from what I said, escapes me.

His ideology is not what got him dead. But it does put others at risk when he finds out that these pukes mean business and our people are obligated to fetch him out as it were. He will be used as bait and more than one will do their damnedest to free him. Maybe even die trying, it's what they do and you know that.

I truly am sorry for him and all like him who will continue to step into that same trap.

Clearly my remarks have you misinterpreting my meaning. I'll take responsibility for that by not being clear. But make no mistake my stance on these terrorists or any other.

I'm sorry from the bottom of my heart if it came across that way to his family and you. I'm sorry.

Posted by: forest hunter at March 11, 2006 01:09 AM

8 I want to thank the folks at The Jawa Report for their archives. I am sure that much will be written about Tom as the shock wears off and the griefstricken find their voice. But the Jawa Archives of the Christian Peacemaker Team is a valuable contemporaneous record. You will not find anything like it anywhere else on the net. I hope you will keep it intact and treat it as hallowed ground.

I know many here did not agree with the choices Tom made. That's ok. If we were all cut from the same mold life would not be worth fighting for. It would have been nice if he had returned and had a chance to address the comments himself. I prayed he would.

I know many here simply don't understand why he made the choices he did. I held out hope he would return safely and address the questions himself. Unfortunately, that's not going to happen. We are all the poorer for it.

At this point, it would be wrong for me to speak for him when he spoke so well for himself. In that spirit, I leave you with this entry from his blog:

Our apartment is across the street from a park. Many evenings around the time we are gathering for supper a mother and her three children walk by our living room window. The western sun illuminates her face and the faces of her young children.

I don't know her but in a way I feel I do. She looks tired. So many, many people here in Iraq are so very tired. She looks a bit fearful. Will today be the day when the insurgents set off a car bomb near the park? Will today be the day when the young men of the Iraqi National Guard, riding like cowboys in the back of their pickup trucks, get trigger happy and start shooting with her and her children in the line of fire? Yet day after day I see her taking her children to the park. Underneath the fatigue and the fear I can sense the hope and the courage in her heart. It reflects on her children as does the setting sun reflect on the nearby Tigris River.

She gives me courage to face the overwhelming difficulties of life in this broken land. She is living in the present moment fully aware of the dangers and uncertainties and yet she has not given up hope, she has not given in to despair, she has not let herself be driven into hiding by men with guns and bombs. She is my teacher. She teaches me how to live fully conscious of the horrors of today and still be able to envision a future of promise, peace and plenty. I would pray that we all live each day, no matter where we are, "for the sake of our children."

- Tom Fox , "For the Sake of Our Children"

===

Good bye, Good luck, God bless.

Posted by: 8ackgr0und N015e at March 11, 2006 01:36 AM

9 I find this situation irreconcilable in my mind, but not the sympathy aspect.
I have already seen people criticizing this mans ideology and trumpeting how it got him killed at LGF, which is ironic seeing as one of their threads which has been mentioned a lot of times was the "screw 'em" post about the "mercenaries" (Blackwater) killed in Fallujah at dailykos. I do not find it any different to blame the victim.

While I do not share his feelings, or reasons for going to Iraq, I can honestly say I cannot criticize his convictions, nor his feelings of wanting to be a part of something bigger than himself. Mercy was not afforded to him by his captors, I hope he is granted the peace he wished for in the next.

I pray for the safe return of the other hostages, this man was not singled out because of his beliefs neither religious, nor political but because he was an American, as such that affects us all.


Posted by: davec at March 11, 2006 02:04 AM

10 davec, Likely his being an American may just have as easily been a surprise and bonus in the eyes of the Islamo pukes that stopped his mission.

These jerks bank on the emotional card being in play. It's not for people like me to comment on on the depth of Tom's presumably and most likely ".... wanting to be a part of something bigger than himself." For me, all of his ideas in doing what he felt lead to do are not what's in question.

If these terrorists are granted opportunities/targets they will attempt to take advantage of it. I'm in favor of limiting their options in the form of reducing exposure. If I want to draw in more targets I'll take one of theirs and let it be known, in the hope of bringing more death and destruction to my enemy.

In other words if the terrorists are trying to be a part of something bigger in regards to the future Tom Fox's over there, they might, have and will repeat this action to that end. Minimum they get one of ours. Limit our exposure. That's plain common sense.

You order me to a rescue mission, I'm gone. But we don't need to add potential fuel to the fire. As a former pastor, believe me when I say I know what Tom hoped for, at least through my own understanding. There is a time and place for almost everything, not everything.

Posted by: forest hunter at March 11, 2006 02:44 AM

11 We could reduce their targets to nil forest hunter, if we took all of our troops out of their country coudn't we?

Posted by: Pringle at March 11, 2006 07:06 AM

12 The fact that he was the only American in the group speaks volumes. These kidnappers and their ilk have sent a very clear message to us at the expense of this man's life. This is exactly what I feared had happened when we didn't see him in the video. I'm sorry for his family.

Posted by: Oyster at March 11, 2006 07:10 AM

13 Uh, not considering that far more Iraqis have been kidnapped than Westerners, Pringle.

FH, thanks for the clarification.

Don't get me wrong, none of us bloggers here support the CPT's mission, nor did we agree with why they went to Iraq in the first place.

But being kidnapped and murdered (AP is reporting he died of gunshot wounds, btw) by Islamonutters isn't anything they should have had to endure.

One last thing before I head to work. These posts don't exist in a vacuum. People, namely family and friends, will no doubt go online looking for information. They may stumble across this post. Causing them more pain by nasty comments doesn't do anyone any good.

Posted by: Vinnie at March 11, 2006 07:14 AM

14 Now, today, in light of what has happened to Mr. Fox, we can all say, "Rest in peace, fellow American, and go with God." And may his family and friends find comfort and hope in the Heavenly Father.

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 08:44 AM

15 Yes Pringle, if we behaved like little chickenshit liberal cowards and ran home with our tail between our legs, they'd love and respect us then.
The Turks only invaded Europe and Arabia because of America.
The Moors only invaded Spain because of America.
The Persians and Afghans only invaded India because of America.
The Egyptians, Turks, Arabs, and Kurds only invaded the Holy Land because of America.
The Arabs only sided with the Nazi's because of America.

See? It's all America's fault, isn't it? Liberals are all so stupid you should be killed for the good of humanity.

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at March 11, 2006 09:14 AM

16 Pringle : Stay with the potato chip concept, get in the back, under your mommas skirt and leave the driving to the big kids. Your clueless and stupid which makes you more than dangerous.

Make your asinine blather somewhere else and some other time.

Posted by: forest hunter at March 11, 2006 09:24 AM

17 Here are a few comments made by regu;ars to the MPJ Nov. 29th concerning the deserved fate of the Christian Peacemakers. JLC "I hope they all die" JLJ "How do we know that they are innocent" IM "I hope those goddam terrorist loving assholes get a dull knife used on them"

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 10:04 AM

18 >>>JLC "I hope they all die"

john ryan,

That is slander. I never said it, and I never would say that. Show me the thread and then have the IP checked on it. More likely it's a Lib troll (probably you) dropping turds to make the blog look bad.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 10:36 AM

19 Improbulus Maximus did say that though. He got his wish. Tom Fox is now dead.

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 11, 2006 10:58 AM

20 And yes Jesusland Carlos, even though you are a conservative you have never wished death on anyone. I thank you for that. Improbulus Maximus on the other hand.

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 11, 2006 11:00 AM

21 Robert,

I find john ryan's intentional slander and lying even more disturbing than maxie's hyperbole. Hey john, fuck off and die asshole.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 11:01 AM

22 RIP Tom Fox. I hope the remaining hostages make it out safely.

Posted by: Graeme at March 11, 2006 11:32 AM

23 john ryan: Clean off the bottom of your shoes. You just stepped in a big one.

The "I HOPE THEY ALL DIE" quote was by a Marvin Woods (email - Alexlineman7@aol.com) on Feb 3rd.

Posted by: Oyster at March 11, 2006 11:34 AM

24 John Ryan, I find your constant mining of the Jawa archives to point fingers at what people said in the past to be disgusting. I for one don't give a rats behind what JC may or may not have said three months ago. It's in the past. Even if he did say it, sometimes people say stupid things which they may regret later on - that's life. You're just showing yourself to be a manipulative little weasel. I pity those who have to work or live with you.

Posted by: Graeme at March 11, 2006 11:42 AM

25 JLC I do make mistakes but this is not one of them. It is a comment that was posted by Jesusland Carlos Nov.28th 2005 at 02:53 I will send the comment in full if you wish.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 12:17 PM

26 john,

yes, please do send it immediately.

Tom Fox was shot in the head, and his body showed signs of TORTURE. They are WORSE than animals. If his death has any meaning at all, it's to let the world know exactly the kind of people we're dealing with.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/meast/03/11/iraq.hostage/index.html

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 12:22 PM

27 The post was by Rusty headed "(Updated American among those held.....) about the 8th comment directed to "Rhonda" ....... Rhonda, their very bible calls on them to evangelize so these so-called "christians" who do not believe in evangelizing are just run of the mill Leftwing moonbats as far as I am concerned. And moonbats are traitors, so I do hope they die for their cause.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 12:25 PM

28 Howie,

please delete and ban that moron for christ. It's pretty obvious what he's up to.

ryan,

it was hyperbole. But you delivered the goods. What can I say.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 12:39 PM

29 Jesusland Carlos "What can I say?" I DEMAND that you publically stae "I am a human and I make mistakes (occasionally,sometimes,frquently....your choice) JLC the reason that I posted that was by doings so I could tone down the rhetoric. Moonbats should not be killed, at worst just laughed at. Also, so that we might be better able to forsee the future by looking at our past views. By the way when I wikipediaed "Tom Fox" I saw something their that really surprized me, Tom Fox served 20 years in the Marines honorably discharged (ret). He was an active Quaker for many many years.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 12:55 PM

30 Oyster I checked bottom of shoes.... not perfect but pretty clean !! We all make mistakes sometimes, this was not one of mine. It was an accurate quote from a post by Jesusland Carlos.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 01:04 PM

31 john ryan,

why would I have to state publicly that I am human and make mistakes? That should be obvious. Using hyperbole that can later be used against me is the least of my sins. It's true that I do wish some people death, but not harmless fools like this Tom Fox fellow.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 01:05 PM

32 Tom Fox was in the Marines' band. He refused to join the fighting part of the Marines. He was what you call a conscientious objector.

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 11, 2006 01:29 PM

33 Yes JLC it should be obvious but sometimes we all forget. JLC the "demand" was a joke. I thought it might make it easier for you to apologize either for your comment on Nov 28th wishing death on the hostages, or for your series of comments about me.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 01:33 PM

34 >>>or for your series of comments about me.

consider those comments retracted, with an apology.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 01:35 PM

35 Not to nitpick, john, but no it was not "an accurate quote" in your first posting. You quoted "I hope they all die" and attributed it to JLC. When I did a search, the Feb 3rd comment by Marvin Woods was the only one in the history of this blog using that exact quote.

That is why I told you to look at your shoes. So if you're feeling smug right now, remember - "we all make mistakes sometimes" and sometimes we mislead unintentionally with misquotes.

Posted by: Oyster at March 11, 2006 01:59 PM

36 Carlos, is a better guy that me.
I'd never retract any comment I've ever made about you John Ryan, you're a useful idiot, with your Iraq hyperbole, and constant anti-military slant, just because you can use copy, and paste to make people feel bad doesn't make you a hero, it makes you a vindictive idiot, who despite Vinnie's comment:

One last thing before I head to work. These posts don't exist in a vacuum. People, namely family and friends, will no doubt go online looking for information. They may stumble across this post. Causing them more pain by nasty comments doesn't do anyone any good.

felt the need to inject comments from an old threat to disparage and place regulars in a bad light.

Here's a clue: if you don't like the people here, or the message : www.dailykos.com , you'll fit right in.

Posted by: davec at March 11, 2006 02:11 PM

37 No Oyster that IS an accurate quote, albeit only part of a longer quote. even JLC now admits so. I also posted his complete quote. Why did I post that and the other quotes from Nov 28th ? To show what was said in the past in the hope that it might guide all of us in the future, Moonbats,liberals,dhimuits,demorats,pacifists,peacemakers, etc should not be tortured and killed eiher in Iraq, these United States, or any othe place. Nor should we wish for those things to happen to them.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 02:18 PM

38 no, just because you're a vindictive twat.

Posted by: davec at March 11, 2006 02:22 PM

39 JLC apology accepted.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 02:22 PM

40 Why don't you put up my entire post, John Ryan?. I would like to know exactly what I said, not one piece perhaps taken out of context. Not that you would ever be guilty of picking out parts of a post to make someone look bad.

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 02:28 PM

41 John,

This is a Saturday afternoon and I'm feeling kinda' lazy, and since you had already gone to the trouble of trying to find a post to brickbat me with, I was assuming you would have the entire post researched and ready for publication. Am I going to have to go look it up myself?

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 02:57 PM

42 JLC I did post it I quoted it in my post at 12:25 in these comments. but I will post it again. first the post from Rusty Nov. 28th header is (Updated) American among those kidnapped with Peace activists in Iraq comments follow the 8th comment is a reply to the first comment by "Rhonda" "Rhonda, their very bible calls on them to evangelize, so those so-called "christians" who do not believe in evangelizing are just run of the mill left wing moonbats as far as I am concerned. And moonbats are traitors, so I do hope they die for their cause" end of quote/comment Posted by Jesusland Carlos at Nov 28th 2005 02:53PM Should you wish to check the accuracy of my quote please note that on that date Nov 28th that there were several posts by Rusty these comments were posted under the post where the header is (Updated) American Among Those Kidnapped With Peace Activists in Iraq.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 02:58 PM

43 He was an old man who cared about the well being of others and these animals murdered him anyway in the name of their bastard death cult religion. My prayers are for his family and friends, and for the steady hand and even trigger squeeze of the next Marine who kills one of these animals so that I might dance in the streets and hand out sweets to the children in celebration of the removal of another piece of shit from this world.

Posted by: Dadzilla at March 11, 2006 03:01 PM

44 Uh, John, I think you are confused. I'm Joe, not Carlos, even though we are both from Texas, it is a big state. He is in the hill country and I am in Abilene. Except I'm in Russellville, Arkansas, working at the present time. Try again.

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 03:05 PM

45 http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/135680.php is the link to the MPJ archive but you may wish to just use the MPJ search box

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 03:09 PM

46 Sorry about that Joe ..... I did notice that even back then your comments about the christian peacemakers were sympathetic to their plight.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 03:12 PM

47 what a loser.

Posted by: davec at March 11, 2006 03:19 PM

48 Apology accepted, John, and even though I never agreed with what these guys were doing, or even knew what they were trying to accomplish, they never deserved to be harmed in any way by anyone.

I was curious to know exactly what they were doing, and wondered if they knew how much danger they were in. I see now that they knew and one has to admire men who stand up for what they believe, even if you think they were wrong. And I pray the grace of God will settle on the friends and family of Mr. Fox. None of them deserved this.

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 03:20 PM

49 Now, I shall retire to the couch and indulge in some basketball and potato chips. All are welcome to disparage my choices while I am gone, but beware, I shall return.

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 03:26 PM

50 His family were all Quakers so I think they supported him. I am sure that they all knew the danger he placed himself in. The wikipedia article on him was a cool read, the part about him being in the marines for 20 years was quite startling. I do remember that the marines had to draft in the 60's maybe that is when he joined. In any case he served his country honorably for 20 years and then devoted the rest of his life to serving his God as best he knew how.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 03:28 PM

51 All are welcome to disparage my choices while I am gone,

JJ,

you should be ashamed of yourself. I'm outside hauling rocks and clearing cedar under the hot Texas sun. It's in the high 80s here.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 03:34 PM

52 john, you're insufferable! "I hope they all die" all by itself (and in order to elicit an apology?) does not equal "...so I do hope they die for their cause".

Do I need to quote your first post on this? Well, here it is since you can't seem to scroll up:

"JLC "I hope they all die""

Since you were unwilling or unable to link to it so anyone could see, we were left to either trust you quoted him correctly or do our own search for the comment. Accuracy has only one meaning. It doesn't mean "almost" or "nearly" or "sort of". The Internet is funny about accuracy. Quoted searches don't work without accuracy. That's why I couldn't find your "quote". Just say you paraphrased rather than try to prove me wrong, because you already lost that one. And since you're so hell bent on getting apologies, why don't you email good ol' Marvin and a few others who made disparaging remarks. I'll leave you to search them out in the archives yourself since you're already so inclined. don't hold your breath waiting on one from me though.

You have a bone to pick here and I find it childish for you to treat others here as if you wouldn't sit next to any of them on a bus. Davec was exactly right about your motives. Do any of us need you to play the role of our conscience? I don't think so.

Posted by: Oyster at March 11, 2006 03:39 PM

53 Great, so John Ryan fancies himself some sort of "Anubis of the Internet" running around weighing what people say now against what they said months in the past to expose their virtue or lack thereof. All for the betterment of mankind of course.

Posted by: Graeme at March 11, 2006 04:53 PM

54 Hmm...hauling rocks and clearing cedar. That reminds me of someone, but I shall not say who at the present time. I never know who is watching...haha!

"Anubis of the internet", now that's just funny, Graeme. My, my, son, you have the gift of gab. LOL!

Posted by: jesusland joe at March 11, 2006 06:15 PM

55 Nothing wil please Christ more that when in just seconds "Warrior for Christ" goes bye bye. Y'all agree? Thanks for all the comments. To those wishing to post condoldences please ignore the blabber. It's normal.

Posted by: Howie at March 11, 2006 06:33 PM

56 OK Oyster again here goes how to find it. #! in the MPJ archives go to Nov 28th. When you find that date scroll down until you come to the post by Rusty His header is (Updated) American Among Those Kidnapped With Peace Activists in Iraq #3 scroll down thru the comments to about #8 that is the post from Jesuland Carlos. Another way of locating this post would be #1 go to the upper left corner of the MPJ homepage. #2 in the search box type in "christian peacemakers" #3 when the page showing all posts on this subject comes onto your screen go to the bottom of the screen the second to last will say (updated) American Among Those kidnapped With Peace Activists in Iraq. Click on this then scroll down thru the comments until about #8 there you will see the one from Jesusland Carlos. It will read " Rhonda, their very bible calls on them to evangelize, so these so-called "christians" who do not believe in evangelizing are just run of the mill Leftwing moonbats as far as I am concerned. And moonbats are traitors, so I do hope they die for their cause." Posted by Jesusland Carlos Nov. 28th 2005 02:53 PM the page that shows this shows as http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives135680.php I will be happy to provide any further assistance necessary in showing the way to this post.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 06:45 PM

57 Oh on just to add to the topic a lot of stories are saying "Found Dead" or "Killed". My thoughts not it's freaking murder and that's the difference. This was cold blooded murder of a noncombatant for the purpose of terror. It would not surprise me if a snuff video doesn't turn up soon. So to me that's the difference these people are Murderers!

Posted by: Howie at March 11, 2006 06:54 PM

58 >"So to me that's the difference these people are Murderers!"

Howie, Howie, Howie,

only the Sith think in absolutes. Those murderers... cough!....combatants just have a different point of view. It's all shades of gray out there.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 11, 2006 07:07 PM

59 Graeme I don't recall posting any of my own "judgements" on this matter. I simply posted comments made in the past by others. How the people who orginally made those comments feel about their comments at this time, is a judgement they alone should make.

Posted by: john ryan at March 11, 2006 07:11 PM

60 Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Macktaskic Rusty Wicked hath made me a Sith Master.


Speaking of absolutes is it not silly to think that war is wrong always especially in the face of an enemy that 1 thinks it just fine and dandy and 2 wants to kill you! I think this man was doing the Lords work as best he knew how. I don't fault him I fault the er uh Murderers!! it's a clear cut case if there ever was one.

Posted by: Howie at March 11, 2006 07:41 PM

61 I suppose I could change the headline to : misunderstood great fun guys permantly put an end to the captivity of Tom Fox but now they feel bad about it really.

Posted by: Howie at March 11, 2006 07:44 PM

62 not for peace. on the other side.
i feel sorry for his family.
but he was a dupe - at best - who served the enemy.

Posted by: reliapundit at March 11, 2006 11:36 PM

63 John, I don't know what you take me for, but I'm not the dim wit you appear to think I am. I found the post. I found it immediately AFTER you quoted it "accurately". Scrolling up and reading these comments in their proper order and context might reveal that little nugget.

You're not comprehending what I've said. You're too busy wallowing in your smug condescension.

"How the people who orginally made those comments feel about their comments at this time, is a judgement they alone should make." Yeah, with a little help from you dredging up months-old comments to facilitate their "personal judgements". (BTW: Between the quotation marks above is a proper quote, in case you get me wrong again. I'll link back to it in, oh, say about 3 1/2 months in case you forget your own little lesson in wisdom.)

Posted by: Oyster at March 12, 2006 06:19 AM

64 Honestly, how can anyone really have sympathy for someone who put himself in harms way explicitly to support terrorists? He chose the wrong side and paid for it with his life, but he should have had the common sense to know better in the first place. One less liberal; nothing more, nothing less.

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at March 12, 2006 07:33 AM

65 Ooookay, In other news Jill Carroll is still being held and may be the next American hostage to be killed. Will we be too late to save her? Find out next month.

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 12, 2006 08:40 AM

66 >>>"Jill Carroll"

What is it with moonbatism that makes people so stupid.

Praying for her safe return.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 12, 2006 10:08 AM

67 Shut up

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 12, 2006 12:20 PM

68 no.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 12, 2006 12:31 PM

69 Dumbass conservative. For your information, I'm not a liberal. I think both parties are hypocrites.

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 12, 2006 12:49 PM

70 I didn't say you were Liberal.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 12, 2006 12:55 PM

71 Yeah you did. You called me a moonbat which I never even knew what it meant. I had to look it up at Urban Dictionary. Stupid Ass motherfucker.

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 12, 2006 02:46 PM

72 No, I called Jill Carroll a moonbat (but methinks you are one too).

Praying for her safe return.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 12, 2006 04:09 PM

73 Whatever

Posted by: Robert Savage at March 12, 2006 08:32 PM

74 bro, you need to take a pill. It's just a blog, it aint worth it.

Posted by: Jesusland Carlos at March 12, 2006 08:59 PM

75 hahahahaha.

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76 Ooooookay!

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