Sarcasm? Sean, I asked a legitimate question. It has nothing to do with who controls the actions of whom. I don't condone the non-combatant/civilian deaths we've caused in Iraq — or Afghanistan, either, for that matter. But it seems there are those that are quite content to pardon whatever the insurgents or terrorists do as long as it provides a chance to proclaim how thoroughly evil the U.S. is.<br><br>The actions of the U.S. military may seem heavy-handed to those of us far-removed from the battle field, but I dare-say the actions of the insurgents have been overtly murderous and without any regard whatsoever for human life. In fact, I'd love to hear MacTeak's take on this.<br><br>Deaf ears. Blind eyes. Whatever is convenient, eh?<br><br>
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