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The difference between good guys and bad guys

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I would love those on the left, especially the Religious Left, to acknowledge the veracity of this poster.

Won't happen. 

Doesn't fit the meme.

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hmmm....didn't Harry Reid u... (Below threshold)
Justrand:

hmmm....didn't Harry Reid use an 11 year old boy as a Human Shield at his press conference 2 days ago. Why, yes, he did. So much for "honor", eh Harry?

Of course, you could always... (Below threshold)
Lurking Observer:

Of course, you could always simply shoot the children, and blame the other side.

In the case of Mohammed al-Durrah, we have a case of a Palestinian child, terrified, shot in front of French TV cameras.

Who was to blame?

Why, the dastardly Israelis, of course.

Except that, checking the ballistics, the angles, where there were Israeli troops, it seems that this would have to be magic, invisible Israelis.

Or actual Palestinians.

Of course, in the world of the media and the opinion-makers, we know the meme that determines who the "good guys" and who the "bad guys" are.

Honor, it's one of the qual... (Below threshold)
Gmac:

Honor, it's one of the qualities our soldiers are made of.

The liberals are hiding beh... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

The liberals are hiding behind this young soldier also. The left has these freedoms and rights they so enjoy yet they totally forget how much blood was shed and will at other times be shed to keep us free. They are oblivious to the reality. ww

I remember the photograph o... (Below threshold)
Mike Giles:

I remember the photograph of a bomb going off in some Iraqi town, and one of the children immediately taking cover behind one of the soldiers
Found it.

I would restate as 'A' diff... (Below threshold)

I would restate as 'A' difference.

Yup, they're the best.... (Below threshold)
recovered liberal democrat:

Yup, they're the best.

If there was any justice in... (Below threshold)
docjim505:

If there was any justice in the world, this photo would stand alongside the Rosenthal pic of the Marines raising Old Glory on Suribachi as a visual testament to what our Marines - and, by extension, all our fighting men and women - are made of.

Too bad al-Murtha isn't alive to see this photo... or have a copy shoved down his piehole.

Why in the world would the ... (Below threshold)
Jill Mabli:

Why in the world would the "left" not also be filed with pride and brought to tears by this poster? How many "lefts" sent their sons over there to fight? Or is that not enough of a sacrifice? Easier to just pigeonhole everyone, exaggerate their opinions to the point of absurdity, and then feel self-righteous. For all of us "lefts" who have or had loved ones fighting for our country in the Middle East, I have reposted this poster everywhere I can think of to honor our brave soldiers. I'm sure they would be proud that you think their loved ones are "also hiding behind them."




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