Navy SEALS Prosecuted for Slugging Barbarian

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In yet another exercise in  flaunting its “sensitivity”,  the Navy is prosecuting three of our extraordinary Navy SEALS for slugging a terrorist.  Not just any terrorist, mind you.  Ahmed Hashim Abed was the mastermind of the annihilation and mutilation of four Blackwater security guards whose mission on that day was to transport supplies for a catering company. 

“The Fallujah atrocity came to symbolize the brutality of the enemy in Iraq,and the degree to which a homegrown insurgency was extending its grip over Iraq.”

Little Abed was considered a high value target whose capture should be feted.   Three of our elite special forces team:  Matthew McCabe, Jonathan Keefe and Julio Huertas face several  charges fundamentally for failing to take proper care of little Abed Fauntleroy.  Who knew terrorists were such a bunch of cry babies?  Ft.  Hood jihadi, Hasan Nidal was perpetually sniveling about people picking on him.  Now the hapless and genteel  Abed is whimpering about a bloody lip.

“The military is sensitive to charges of detainee abuse highlighted in the Abu Ghraib prison scandal. The Navy charged four SEALs with abuse in 2004 in connection with detainee treatment.”

If you can collate savage slaughter and mutilation with having to put underwear on your head, the Navy’s zero tolerance for a non- nurturing attitude toward terrorists may make sense.  The most iniquitous facet of socialism is moral relativism.  There is no right or wrong for the socialist.  The lack of moral consistency immutably leads to corruption and destruction.

Our three SEALS will be arraigned, appropriately enough on December 7th.  We the people need to make our voices heard on this one. 




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  2. Larry
    Posted March 11, 2010 at 7:11 am | Permalink

    The poor baby. The should have put a bullet in his head. I was a S.E.A.L . in vietnam. We took em out. They have no rights. I have lost all faith in the Navy for this injustice. We have become the feel good country. Better wake up america.

  3. Greg
    Posted January 24, 2010 at 4:20 pm | Permalink

    This is one of the big problems we are having in this country. We are doing the wrong things to are own people like prosecuting them for doing their jobs. Are Goverment needs to think more on the lines about keeping are country strong and safe. If we keep on fighting on putting are people behind bars and let the bad take over, there is something wrong with are way thinking. If one of this terrorist had did something to your own family you would think alot different than giving them a break. Thank You P.S. I love my country and let them do their jobs.

  4. Faith Ferolino
    Posted December 7, 2009 at 11:12 pm | Permalink

    America….Terrorists have NO RIGHTS!! Every year families sacrifice their loved ones to protect this country and this is the THANKS our govt has to offer?? F.U govt i say, if u believe for a sec these animals have rights, REMEMBER 9/11!!

  5. atiwy
    Posted November 25, 2009 at 10:08 pm | Permalink

    If the government keeps prosecuting our soldiers for doing their job, soon we will be seeing street justice in war zones.

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