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Every soldier, sailor, Marine or airman who dies, is wounded for life or otherwise scarred by this useless exercise in political fascism, certainly evokes pity but for those vicious swine who plotted this war and who have kept it going without any plan to end it, should be taken out and shot in batches of ten and without the benefit of clergy.

How many fucking times have we killed al-Qaida's No. 3?

Officials: CIA missile strike kills al-Qaida No. 3
While Pakistani officials publicly said Rabia died in a blast caused by explosives stored in a house for bomb-making, officials speaking on condition of anonymity told NBC News he was killed by a CIA missile strike carried out by an unmanned Predator airplane.

'U.S. assassinated al-Qaeda commander',7340,L-3178610,00.html
CIA launched missile, killing another four people

CIA Denies Using Torture
The European Union is proposing to suspend voting rights from any country it finds to have supported the alleged United States' torture camps. McClellan added that there is no greater proof that "by liberating people in Afghanistan and Iraq --some 50 million people-- no one has done more when it comes to human rights than the United States of America," and he said the people of the United States agree with him?

Condoleezza Rice, US secretary of state, is expected to begin her trip to Europe next week with a forceful rejection of requests for information regarding alleged secret CIA prisons in Europe and clandestine transiting of war-on-terror suspects.
While refusing to respond to reports of secret prisons and transport of detainees in Europe, officials insist that US actions are in compliance with US law and international conventions. US law prohibits secret prisons on US territory.
Elizabeth Cheney, a senior state department official and daughter of the vice president, told Arab reporters this week that “a new set of rules” was required when dealing with an enemy like al-Qaeda. European concerns have been exacerbated by the Bush administration’s efforts to exempt the CIA from proposed US legislation that would prohibit the “cruel, inhumane and degrading” treatment of detainees.

14 GIs Die After Worst Attack Since Aug.

Bush: Marines Sacrificed 'For an Important Cause'

Senator, General Defend Iraq Propaganda Plan

Pentagon: Not Sure if Paying for Stories Is Legal

If another 10 Marines had not been killed Thursday outside Fallujah, this would have been the week to note that Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld's preening gamecock persona finally has realized its comedic potential.,0,3137922.column?coll=cl-home-more-channels
Maj. Gen. Rick Lynch — the U.S. military's top spokesman in Baghdad — defended the program because the Al Qaeda murder gang's local thug-in-chief, Abu Musab Zarqawi, "is lying to the Iraqi people" through the media. According to Lynch, the United States doesn't lie. "We don't need to lie. We do empower our operational commanders with the ability to inform the Iraqi public, but everything we do is based on fact."

It began with the willful misrepresentation of intelligence on Saddam Hussein's weapons programs and then proceeded through the cover-up and justification of torture and abuse of prisoners, to the deliberate suppression of information concerning Iraqi civilian casualties that now appear to number in the tens of thousands.

Propaganda intended to counter enemy propaganda, U.S. military says
The articles were designed to counter "misinformation and propaganda by an enemy intent on discrediting the Iraqi government and the Coalition, and who are taking every opportunity to instill fear and intimidate the Iraqi people," the statement said.

U.S. propaganda effort described
Military officials in Baghdad for the first time described a Pentagon program that pays to plant stories in the Iraqi news media, a method the top U.S. military commander said Friday was part of an effort to "get the truth out."

The Federal Emergency Management Agency pulled all its workers out of New Orleans's Lower Ninth Ward yesterday after threats of violence and planned to request additional police or National Guard support, a FEMA spokeswoman said?
One relief worker in the region said an angry resident berated a Corps of Engineers employee before delivering a threat to the effect of "I'm going to go get my gun, and I'm going to kill you." Federal agents have arrested six people in the New Orleans area in recent weeks for making threats against FEMA workers, who have been advised against wearing clothing with the agency logo in public.
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So when do we get invaded to remove the rogue government that spies on its own people, gases its own people during anti War protests, stages "terrorist" attacks, holds crooked elections, attacks other nations without cause, and uses torture on innocent people looking for WMD that don't exist?

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