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Chief Chaos BS: American Soldiers Torturing Iraqis (306* d) RE: BS: American Soldiers Torturing Iraqis 03 May 04

Do you need another of your so called "warrior culture" to tell you that this war is wrong as he did a few posts back? Well here it is:
This war is wrong! I and many of my personnel are against it. The administration needs some adult supervision.

Guest, you are a teacher? How can you even worry about the warrior culture killing and torturing Iraqi's when our own children in the states seem hell bent on killing each other. They sure as hell aren't in uniform.

I know you don't want to listen but from someone who knows, we do not, in the military, allow brutalization of enemies or our own troops. There was a time in the military that discipline was handed down with a cat o' nine, or taking someone to the Bosun's Hole for a beat down. There are some in society who feel that is the way to handle all problems (check out religious groups who say that they can beat their wives because the bible tells them so). We have gangs in this country that do this sort of thing all the time. Are you doing anything about them? Is the abused child in your classroom a military brat? Or is he or she the child of a civilian.

Your broad brush tactics against the military are just so much ranting and raving. The people who did this will be held accountable.

I tell you again, the war is wrong. The abuse is wrong. The personnel responsible will be held accountable.
But this behavior is indicative of our whole society not just the military which you hold a frothing hatred for.

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