Monday, October 30, 2006

First Things First In Iraq: Kill Muqtada al-Sadr

(AINA) [...] The first thing we need to do is to kill Muqtada al-Sadr, who's now a greater threat to our strategic goals than Osama bin Laden.

We should've killed him in 2003, when he first embarked upon his murder campaign. But our leaders were afraid of provoking riots.

Back then, the tumult might've lasted a week. Now we'll face a serious uprising. So be it. When you put off paying war's price, you pay compound interest in blood.

We must kill - not capture - Muqtada, then kill every gunman who comes out in the streets to avenge him.

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Anonymous said...

Naw, Killing the enemy in wartime is just not kind and gentle enough for Bush.

Pastorius said...

Well said, Watcher.

Watcher said...

It wasn't said by me but I sign under every word of it. Twice.

Demosthenes said...

If PC won't let us kill the enemy, would the PC at least pay for some dentistry for the dude? He should be killed just so we don't have to ever see his teeth again.