That Taliban attack in Afghanistan last week? Yeah, the media got pretty much every fact wrong.
No matter. Another media drive by, they expect to be three stories ahead before their misfeasance here becomes apparent.
So what was the final cannibalism, gang rape, and mass murder in the Superdome body count from Katrina, again?
So aside from the non-defeat at the non-base, note that the military didn’t release any figures for how many unarmed civilians were in those homes that got bombed.
I’m sure that will be the basis for the next story on the subject.
My quibble with the linked story is with the idea that that airborne unit was particularily and especially offended by the notion of a defeat after kicking so much Talib ass. It doesn’t matter if it was Special Forces, a SEAL team, Chuck Norris and those guys from those stupid Cannon Pictures releases, or the MASH 4077th who did it and didn’t get credit: they’d be offended that the story got it wrong, too.
And good job, soldiers.
Don’t forget the wedding parties bombed by our guys, too, Jon. Probably dozens of weddings, hundreds of dead brides and grooms.
In those cultures, it’s probably a tradition to give away at least 40 AK-47s, twelve RPGs, and to dress in a combination of fatigues and traditional dress for a wedding. I don’t know where the bridal registry is, but I wish I had thought of using that one rather than get a bunch of Fiesta Ware and some sheets.
I recall seeing a headline in the last week on CNN or MSNBC that US troops had abandoned its “base” after the attack, implying a retreat. I guess this fits with their narrative.
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