Monday, June 20, 2005

Black is White and White is Black....

What in God's holy name is wrong with our country? This morning on the Today show I saw a Crpl. Jonathan Reese and Spl. Sean O'Shea being interviewed by Matt Lauer, not for their bravery on the battlefeild, no, not to get a read on their opinion of the war in Iraq, nuh uh, not even to give these gentlemen an opportunity to speak with their family, who I am sure misses them a great deal while they are serving. Nah! They were being interviewed because they have the "priveledge" or so you would think, of guarding Saddam Hussein. Yes, they have been gaurding the brutal, evil dictator for about 10 months and were on the Today Show to give their first hand account of what Hussein is like behind bars.

I have to admit, when I heard the plug I was interested, foolishly thinking that I would hear some type of reinforcement of the fact that this man is going to be tried for his atrocities against his own people, that while being treated humanely, these soldiers are eager to see justice meted out towards this man. Nope. The talk about their experience with this brutal man was as if they were guarding the Pope or something. It seemed that the interview consisted of Matt Lauer asking about what he was fed and that Saddam Hussein expressed some dissapointment in the fact that the guards didn't say goodbye before they were reassigned. Amazing!

What is going on with the MSM? Have they completely lost their minds? Are they that stupid or are they really against America winning this war? It baffles the mind sometimes to realize some of the foolishness being uttered by high profile figures in the press and among politicos, from GITMO being compared to gulags to embarrasing photos of Saddam being considered cruel, and now we have the Today show running a PR campaign for Saddam Hussein.

"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!"

Isaiah 5:20


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