Wednesday, May 31, 2006


Newsweak - Dragging our heros through the mud

Newsweak crossed the line today this totally bogus article lead on Mogadishu and specifically on the fiasco that happened there On the afternoon of October 3, 1993.

"June 5, 2006 issue - Mogadishu is a place most Americans would rather forget. During the 1990s, the "Black Hawk Down" debacle symbolized the dangers of dabbling in far-off lands we don't understand. TV images of a half-stripped GI being dragged through the dust by gleeful Somalis—he was one of 18 U.S. Army Rangers killed in a botched effort to arrest a warlord—became an emblem of American vulnerability. But Mogadishu, it seems, won't be forgotten. Somalia is erupting in violence again. And with little warning, Americans find themselves once more in the middle of battles they only dimly comprehend—and may well be losing."

Let's me clue in both Michael Hirsh and Jeffrey Bartholet - the writers of this f-king piece of sh_t article.

Mogadishu was only a debacle ONLY because of Clinton's arrogance and dereliction of duty, and NOTHING else.

The mission was 'comprehended, but the Commander and Chief left us high and dry for no other reason than he's an incompetent boob, choosing to "cut and run" ( a Democrat trait) instead of finishing the job.

Newsweak should be removed from every newsstand on every military base in the world, and banned. This isn't journalism, it's an opinion and not even a half assed educated opinion.

Newsweak - the rag that once again shows it will go to any length to slime the service and honor of those who gave their lives and drag them through the mud so to make their biased military/Clinton loving point.

They're useless.

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