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kill the rats

Posted by Citizen on June 25, 2007

The majority of American casualties in Iraq are caused by roadside bombs.

Will someone please explain to me how somebodys can go out at night, dig a hole in the highway, plant high explosives, and NO ONE HAS A CLUE?

Where are the commanders who are charged with the well being of their troops? How can he look his guys in the eye and say, “hope you make it back GI Joe, there’s IEDs out there and I DON’T HAVE A CLUE HOW TO PROTECT YOU FROM THEM. Good luck.“?

Where is American technology? How is it possible that a camera can take a picture of any traffic violation on any road in America, yet the soldiers don’t have any bomb violation pictures to shield them?

It appears that protecting our troops as much as humanly possible isn’t a priority for the command structure. Where’s the outcry from the homeshore? It is outrageous that we are permitting the enemy to get away with this. Those bombers should be trapped, hunted down, and shot like dogs. No, wait, that’s not what I mean. What I mean is that those bombers should be hunted down, trapped, and shot like rats.

We have robots. We have UAVs. We have cameras. We have listening devices. And the bombers are able to outwit every one of these things? I don’t think so. I think somewhere someone has just shrugged their shoulders and calculated that a few dozen blown-up Americans every week is just the cost of doing business. That person should be hunted down, trapped, and prosecuted like the rat he is for the malevolent neglect of our troops.

Is anyone else as outraged as I am about this? If so, that memo hasn’t landed on my desk yet.

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