>Talk about Ungratful

>Released or Rescued?
Call me callous but I don’t think we should have our brave soldiers, risk their lives to rescue ungrateful twits.
How do you feel?

“…Congratulations on the safe return of your activists. I’m sorry they did not all make it home safely. I read your press release relating the ‘release’ of the activists; please note that they were not released, they were rescued. The term release implies that their captors let them go. You know that is not true, they were rescued by a team of American and British soldiers who risked their lives to free people whom apparently have no gratitude for their actions. It is one thing to be against war and the actions of our military (I’m not justifying that position, just acknowledging your right to it), but another to deny when they SAVED YOUR ASS!!!!…”

Michelle Malkin: TALK ABOUT UNGRATEFUL:

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Posted on March 23, 2006, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. >The CPT site has apparently been inundated with less-than-friendly reminders that the captives were not “released.” They just added a little notice saying they were grateful to the soldiers who released their friends. They are also grateful that no shots were fired in obtaining their release. I am grateful no soldiers were killed while obtaining their “release.”Elzbth

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