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Thursday, May 26, 2005

Pentagon admits, white washes Koran charges


Breaking:


Pentagon spokesman has admitted several claims of Koran abuse within the military establishment, but assures a nervous nation that it all fell within the established procedures. Reminds everyone that detainees are "evil-doers." Concedes three cases of intentional Koran mishandling. Does the Bush administration owe Newsweek and the American people an apology? Admits an incident involving a waste pail at the old Camp X-Ray facility. Stay in touch with The Freeman's Burden to learn more as this story develops.

3 Comments:

Blogger sanna said...

Wait a second. We captured these terrorist, who were hell bent on killing Americans, and we gave them Korans along with specific instructions to not touch the damn things. Two people accidentally touched the precious little books the wrong way and three did something on purpose. However nobody flushed it down the toilet and you are taking the side of the terrorists. Would you maybe take the side of America if we had never been so nice as to give them a Koran? In Pakistan today, where some of those wackos were protesting, there was an explosion in a mosque that blew up a bunch of Korans, why are you not taliking about that. Also think about how Christians are treated in places like Pakistan.

10:13 PM  
Blogger Glen Dean said...

The above comment was not actually written by Sanna. It was written by me, Sannas husband. I happen to be on her page and did not realize I was using her sign on.

10:19 PM  
Blogger Free2Smooze said...

Of course I want those that would harm the nation detained, my concern lies in the fact that many people around the world believe that the White House strong armed Newsweek into retracting a politically damaging story. It is not necessary to side with the enemy to realize the damage this does to American credibility because now all those people that assumed the worst feel validated. This administration has earned the distrust it engenders. Doesn't mean I'm happy about it.

12:36 AM  

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