Murdered Hostages Count: 17

One more for the count. May God bless you and bring swift justice to those that murdered you.

1) Daniel Pearl (Feb. 2, 2002)

2) Martin Burnham (June 7, 2002)

3) Fabrizio Quattrocchi (April 16)

4) Nick Berg (May 12)

5) Hussein Ali Alyan (June 12)

6) Paul Johnson (June 18)

7) Kim Sun-il (June 22)

8) Keith M. Maupin (June 28)

9) Ivaylo Kepov (presumed dead) (probably July 14)

10) Georgi Lazov (July 13) (rant)

11) Sajad Naeem (July 28)

12)Raja Azad (July 28)

13) Murat Yuce (Aug. 1)

14) Uknown Egyptian National in Iraq (Aug. 11)

15) Mohammed Fawzi Abdaal Mutwalli (Aug. 13)

16) Khaled Abdul Messih (aka, Jamal Tewefic Salman) (Aug. 25)

17) Enzo Baldoni (Aug. 26)

Posted by: Rusty at 08:30 PM

Comments

1 He was an introspective pacifist. He would not want "swift justice," but rather probing, long-term solutions.

I am NOT a pacifist, but I am also not in favor of an all-out conflagration in the Middle East, which is precisely what this mad administration is leading us toward.

I can give you 500 reasons why the Iraq war was a bad idea at the time we went in, and another 500 for why the Bush administration has completely botched the war. The last thing I want is this president leading us on a revenge crusade.

It startles me just how many people seem to be able to cheerlead for Bush's foreign policy, and just how few seem to either understand it or be able to offer an intelligent defense of it.

My personal opinion, based on countless hours of thoughtful research (I am an independent) is that this president is an utter moron. If someone can disprove this, I'm willing to listen to your reasoning. Anybody who can convince me that this president is anything more than an crude, arrogant high-school jock who never grew up, and one day discovered Christ and got overconfident in himself, gets a Guinness Book sized cookie from me.

Posted by: jrl at August 28, 2004 10:27 AM

2 Hmmm. And I thought you people also say Bush is a Machiavellian master of mind control, an evil conductor of the greatest conspiracies.

"Anybody who can convince me that this president is anything more than..." -- Why bother? Does anyone think you'd actually listen, much less be convinced?

How about "Anybody who can convince me that John Kerry is anything more than an crude, arrogant high-school blowhard geek who never grew up..."

It startles me just how many people seem to be able to cheerlead for Kerry's nonexistent foreign policy, and just how few seem to either understand it or be able to offer an intelligent defense of it.

**smirk**
(I know that drives you leftists nuts.)

Posted by: Beth at August 28, 2004 09:10 PM






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