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Sunday, March 12, 2006

Hang in there...

Dearest Freedomlovers,
Freedom's work is never done, but battles do come to an end. I'm proud to report that the light of freedom is shining brighter and brighter in Iraq each day, and at such a low cost to freedomfighters from the U.S. and those enjoying freedom in Iraq, the Iraqi people. Only 2,300 American soldiers of freedom have fallen in the name of freedom thus far and only 16,600 have been wounded. Trifling numbers compared to the giant leap for humankind, especially the Iraqis. Only 33,400 of them have passed away with the sweet taste of freedom on their lips. I can think of no sweeter or more fitting way to exit this stage than that! Can you?

And this is not all we have to celebrate, freedomlovers. Recently, a kind web acquaintance, a Good Samaritan to be sure, directed me to a reputable site of information on the Iraq War, GOP.org, where I was awestruck at the many advances in Iraq that have been denied to my freedom-eager bearded pig eyes by that freedomhating liberal media. In the event that you, too, have been denied the pleasure to celebrate these accomplishments, I shall share a few with you. Witness the facts and decide for yourself:

"Before 2003, The Iraqi Media And Public Information Were Under Full Control And Censorship By The Former Regime While The Concept Of Free Press Was Nonexistent." (United States Agency International Development's Website, www.usaid.gov, Accessed 3/8/06)

"[Now] The Iraqi National Media Pool Consists Of More Than 25 National Media Bureaus." (United States Agency International Development's Website, www.usaid.gov, Accessed 3/8/06)
A Female Reporter From Dijila Radio: "This is a real development for media in Iraq … it enables us to get first hand information, which before was inaccessible."(United States Agency International Development's Website, www.usaid.gov, Accessed 3/8/06)

Freedomlovers, we can only salute these developments toward free speech and a free press, hopefully spearheaded by the exemplars of free democratic debate, our freedomloving friends at ClearChannel.

And that is not all:
"Separately, More Than 300 Tribal Chiefs, Politicians, Clerics, Security Officials And Other Community Leaders Met Last Week In Hawijah, About 35 Miles Southwest Of Kirkuk, And 'Declared War' On Al-Qaeda In Iraq." (John Ward Anderson, "Iraqi Tribes Strike Back At Insurgents," The Washington Post, 3/7/06)

So much to celebrate, freedomlovers, yet so little time. Freedom calls. Ye shall one day be rewarded.
Blessed are the freedomlovers!
Stay Free!
CF

1 Comments:

Blogger Feral Mom said...

Welcome back, Captain Freedom! You pig.

8:08 PM  

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