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Wednesday, October 26, 2005

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As against some who discount the heroic sacrifice of American troops in Iraq and Afganistan...
Powered by Castpost Think of this song and weigh the words of Lt. Col. Steve Boylan as Mass Media Podpeople and Loony Left Moonbats and their ilk in the "tear America down" crowd thump the "2,000 dead" nerve:
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Shortly before U.S. military deaths in Iraq reached 2,000 on Tuesday, the chief spokesman for the American-led multinational force called on reporters covering the conflict not to look at the event as a milestone. U.S. Army Lt. Col. Steve Boylan, director of the force's combined press center, described the number as an "artificial mark on the wall." "I ask that when you report on the events, take a moment to think about the effects on the families and those serving in Iraq," Boylan said in an e-mail. "The 2,000 service members killed in Iraq supporting Operation Iraqi Freedom is not a milestone. It is an artificial mark on the wall set by individuals or groups with specific agendas and ulterior motives."
And as you contrast the service of our men and women in uniform to the "tear America down" crowd, consider the ancient Persian advice to parents to
"Teach your children to despise all lies"
h.t. Michelle Malkin for the link to the comments by Lt. Col. Steve Boylan.
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