You’ve all heard by now of the airman shot by an unhinged anti-war gunman, who then turned the gun on himself.
Ace wrote about the media cover up for this sorry excuse for a man’s actions, here, and it didn’t take long for a troll to make the mock of it:
Life is just turning so unfair for the right.
I think prayer may be the answer.
Which of course, inspired some colorfully worded responses from the morons.
It never ceases to amaze me how low, these leftists can go, and how in tune they are (not seem to be…ARE) with the goals of the terrorists.
Look at this, from Gateway Pundit, and if you’re not enraged, well, you either don’t have a pulse, or your a liberal, (like Meathead in the comments section who can only work up some angst over the fact that “Gateway Jimmy” posted the pictures).
Do you get the feeling that they believe victory is near?
Don’t you moronic leftists get it? Victory is theirs if we leave. Why would you want that? Is the BDS really that strong? Despite what Harry Reid says, the Iraqi people don’t want that. ( Gateway Pundit, again). They’re begging for us to stay. Reid, apparently is speaking for the Iraqi terrorists, who are begging for a “timetable”.
The whole damn thing just makes me sick to my stomach, especially because a few Republicans are now caving in.
Anyway, the whole point of this post was to give you the address below, which helpful, AOSHQ commenter Kensington found:
Readers wishing to send Airman Schieken a get-well card and thank him for his service to our country can reach him at:
Room 720 by the door
Cooper University Hospital
1 Cooper Plaza
Camden NJ 08103
Ace has a good point about the Republicans who are jumping ship on the war effort:
These people — Dole, Alexander, Snowe, Collins, even cry-like-a-bitch Voinovich — have proven susceptible to
constituent outrage friendly persuasion before.
Why not again?
Just because these people bowed to our demands the last time around is not enough to give them a free pass to undermine the war in Iraq. I think it’s time for the blogosphere and talk radio full court press again.
Here’s the list of U.S. Senate contact numbers.