Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Once in a rare while, a headline will pop up that gives me hope for the US media. Not much, but a little. And so it was with the headline from the Palm Beach Post regarding the story about the US military admitting that the helicopter in Iraq most recently recently shot down had, in fact, been shot down.
Army: Helicopters shot down by 'thinking enemy'
The precision of the headline is conveyed by the quotes: Yes, the Army has determined that the people fighting them can think. Apparently, Pentagon officials were told early on, probably by Douglas Feith, that they would be encountering a zombie army. Intelligence from the Office of Special Plans had confirmed it.


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