Thursday, June 15, 2006

Guess What? We're Winning In Iraq
But CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS won't tell you that (or at best, they'll glaze over it)

In what's been described as a "huge treasure" of documents found in Zarqawi's hideout following his death, Coalition forces have carried out 452 (that's right four HUNDRED and fifty two) raids across Iraq using information gained from the attack that killed terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, and 104 insurgents were killed during those actions. But CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS won't tell you that (or at best, they'll glaze over it).

According to a translation of the document, insurgents were being weakened by operations against them and by their failure to attract recruits. To give new impetus to the insurgency, they would have to change tactics, it added. But CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS won't tell you that (or at best, they'll glaze over it).

"Generally speaking and despite the gloomy present situation, we find that the best solution in order to get out of this crisis is to involve the U.S. forces in waging a war against another country or any hostile groups," the document said. "We mean specifically attempting to escalate the tension between America and Iran, and American and the Shiite in Iraq". But CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS won't tell you that (or at best, they'll glaze over it).

The captured documents said the insurgency was being hurt by, among other things, the U.S. military's program to train Iraqi security forces, massive arrests and seizures of weapons, tightening the militants' financial outlets, and creating divisions within its ranks. But CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS won't tell you that (or at best, they'll glaze over it).

I don't understand all this... according to CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS... we're losing, right?



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