Guest Commentary 5
And Still the NYT Doesn’t Get It
©2007 Resa LaRu Kirkland
something about hope. No matter how
bad things get, man still clings to the tiniest shred of faith that things can
change. It is innate within all
humanity, a truly glorious thing.
it’s applied to Islammunism and its co-conspirator the New York Times.
That is when hope is pointless and dangerous.
wonderful happened on
read like a combination of a leftist Hallmark card and a sandal-wearing
communist professor shaking his bony finger at those who present facts that
don’t agree with his drug induced, Leary-esque, Kumbyah krap.
Not a single headline honoring the victims for whom justice was decades
in coming. Not a single “Kudos”
for the hard-won victory that brought him and his evil spawn to justice before
both man and God. Not a moment of
cheering Iraqis—who FAR outnumbered the few supporters who complain about
missing the days of Sunni murder and rape, and to whom NYT gave coverage
overkill—not a moment of “Ding Dong, Saddam is Gone.”
No job well done, no justice prevailed, no thank you, no resting in
peace…at least not for those who did the job well, let justice reign, were
grateful to bring down a despot, and who are ready for some well-earned rest.
was a wonderful death in every possible meaning of the phrase.
And the NYT chose the side—again—of an evil man who got better than he gave…or
you wonder what Saddam had on the NYT, doesn’t it?
Given their constant collusion with all things evil and Islammunist,
it’s not really a stretch to consider.
from the pathetic John
there was a moment when I pitied him, and it came back to me after the nine
Iraqi appeal judges upheld the death sentence against Saddam last week, setting
off the countdown to his execution. As I write this, flying hurriedly back to
indecent haste. Well boo-freakin’-hoo,
John. Justice claimed its
own—that’s about as decent as it gets.
just in case his love letter to evil doesn’t state it clearly enough, Burns
also gave us this little slice of deviancy:
But the more general mood, even
among Shiites, was one of subdued reflection, as if millions of Iraqis had
exhausted their emotional and psychological reserves during the long years of
Burns, I know you’re suffering from a bad case of leftist autism, but exactly
to be more gutless and kowtowing, Sabrina
Tavernise gave us this deviant morsel: As
vicious as he was, Mr. Hussein also held the country firmly together. Beyond
military control, there was a subtle social glue: Iraqis of all sects loved to
hate Saddam together. Now that he is gone, Shiites are afraid to joke with
Sunnis about him, and Sunnis feel they are being blamed for his crimes.
That “social glue” this waste of space speaks of was actually the
sticky red blood of men, women, and children.
Yeah, that’s MUCH better.
it was the LETTERS
TO THE EDITOR section that took the cake, loading it with more crap than a
Mary Holbrow: And even assuming that Saddam Hussein was guilty of the crimes laid at
his door, the cost of putting him to death is unacceptably high, since it adds
to our sorry image in the Middle East as violent, self-serving intruders.
you’re the reason I never wanted daughters.
I feel for the young people who saw such images in their fresh and
untainted minds. This execution by hanging reminiscent of the Middle Ages is not
helping them consider other kinds of punishment.
Not one word about all the “young people” he murdered with a gas that is eerily similar to your last name. Beyond pathetic, Priscilla.
the above examples of Politically Castrated Eunuchs are hauntingly retarded,
I’ll tell you exactly what Hussein’s execution accomplished.
It stopped one evil mass murderer from EVER again raping, torturing,
stealing, destroying, invading, threatening, colluding, killing, warmongering
and genociding. He will never again
be able to hurt a single human being…not one more human being.
is why this was a wonderful death—because it means life for so very many
others. 1938 all over again?
You bet your boots it is, but with one deadly twist.
This time, the American left is cheering for the bad guy, and NYT is
writing the score. Ain’t it a
crying shame they couldn’t have been there for Hitler too?
After all, it was
your heads in shame, NYT. You just
Keep the faith, bros, in all things courage, and no substitute for VICTORY.
Resa LaRu Kirkland is an avid military historian, with her main focus being on the Korean War and its forgotten warriors. She has been given many names by her beloved Korean War Vets, her favorites being "War Chick," "The Pitbull," "Rambo Brockovich," "Hellraiser," "Tiger" and "D-Day."