Tuesday, May 17, 2005


Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

After reading of what happened concerning the Newsweek article and the subsequent deaths and riots that resulted in such a blatant disregard for the safety of our troops and Americans abroad I have come to this. The editors and managers that allowed such a travesty to be printed should be arrested and tried for incite to riot. Many a pioneer and swindler have hidden behind the first amendment and it has protected us and made us an unique and great country in this current world of ours. However, Freedom of Speech and The Press does not cover speech like yelling Fire in a crowded movie theater when there is none and that is what Newsweek has done. They jumped into the Middle East and yelled fire from the top of their lungs on every corner. The masses responded and 16 people are dead, our troops are in even more danger and every American abroad should be looking over their shoulder, all for a rag to take another shot at this President and the War on Terror. Examples need to be made of these people. I am not for censorship but if these idiots did some homework they would have found their source not as credible and the possible result of publishing this story on the 'arab street' dangerous.

As for Guantanamo Bay, abu Grab, etc.....these men are enemies of the state, they have taken shots at and have tried to kill American Soldiers. They have information on location, numbers, leaders, plans and abilities of terror cells across the globe and if they have to stand around with panties on their head to get that info then so be it. During WWII our boys did not have a spot of tea with German POWs to get intel on troop movement, war is a dirty business and above all else is the safety of our men and women on the front lines and the citizens at home, PERIOD. These ACLU layers who fly down to Cuba to represent these POWs forget something, these are not American Citizens and not covered by our constitution, these are prisoners of war and are getting more in their little cell then they would back home in the mountains of Afghanistan or Iraq, and if a few eggs are broken while getting information then too bad. I did not see any arab lawyer pleading for Daniel Pearl's life, or the other dozens that have LOST THEIR HEADS to these terrorists. And until the people realize that we are in a fight for our very lives in the Middle East and that this fight can be at our front door as I write this we will be on the losing end. How many 9/11s must we endure until we see that these animals do not play by the same rule book and that in order to take out the trash one must get their hands dirty.


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