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May 03, 2005

i don't buy it

Read this post and tell me what YOU think about it. I call bullshit on the entire thing.

I have no doubt in my mind that some US troops have done asshole things in Iraq and Afghanistan. You'll ALWAYS find assholes in any crowd. But I DO NOT believe that breaking coke bottles over civilian's heads is a common practice performed by American troops, nor do I believe that people who do such things go unpunished.

Understand one thing when you read this "testimony" by Aidan Delgado. You'll find disgruntled liars everywhere you go. Most of them are craven people who will do almost anything to make their asses look good, except the job they were paid to do. They are the people who think they make themselves look taller by tearing someone else down.

I've seen 'em all my life, and they never change. I've stepped in better dogshit than the character these people possess. Don't he sound holy and Christ-like in his story? Of COURSE he does, because HE'S telling it. Whatta man.

I don't believe a damn word. I also think he is a coward, a shit-ass, and a Judas in the midst of his fellow troops. I wouldn't want his candy ass in a battle with me. I prefer people with a spine.

Of course, that's just MY humble opinion.

Comments

Baldilocks poses the question about Coke still using glass bottles. Yes they do (have you had a coke from Mexico lately?) but that glass is thick man. It would split your fucking skull if you were hit by one from a moving humvee. So on that point alone I call bullshit on Delgado's story. Who gives a shit what that little pussy-fag says anywho.

Posted by: gravdigr on May 3, 2005 12:29 PM

Mr. Delgado is a chicken-shit pussy. I agree, his story is total bullshit. He's just a coward that wanted out of the military. Fuck him. He should be dishonorably discharged and left in Iraq.

Posted by: assrot on May 3, 2005 12:39 PM

Yeah, what ^they^ said.

Dishonorable discharge and leaving him in Iraq seems fine pennance for such a dipshit reject pussified piece of camel snot..

Posted by: Florida Bill on May 3, 2005 12:47 PM

Guy's full of shit. His language is too stilted and riddled with cliches.
He's nothing but a fuckin' liar. A three year old could see through his bullshit.
Yea, he's a pussy-fag too.

Posted by: Ralph Rattfuc on May 3, 2005 02:22 PM

EVERY organization in the world has assholes, in it, some with higher ratios than others, and the Military is no exception. However, notice that we almost never hear of the heroic acts of brave men, like 1st Sergeant Brad Kasal. This guy could very well be awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for shielding a wounded comrade from a grenade blast, but the perverted Spring Break antics of a couple of degenerate reservists gets almost daily coverage for weeks on end by the MSM.

Posted by: JG22 on May 3, 2005 06:22 PM

Further elaboration concerning Kasal, I doubt that any major news organization besides FOX has bothered to even mention his name, and if they have, I'd be pretty fucking impressed that they brought themselves to do that; he should've been on the cover of Newsweek or something.

Posted by: JG22 on May 3, 2005 06:29 PM

JG22,

I'm with you man. The only reason I heard about SFC Paul Smith (received the Medal of Honor for heroic actions in Iraq, posthumously) was because his sister (?) lives in Atlanta and the local radio guys had her on the air. Too many of these type stories go unnoticed and it's a shame.

Posted by: Leuthen on May 3, 2005 08:43 PM

He's the John Kerry of his generation.

Posted by: Brainster on May 3, 2005 08:56 PM

I can expect Delgado to be in the next Michael Moore movie.

Posted by: dancusa on May 4, 2005 12:41 AM

Really? How's Moore gonna work him into a two-hour long editorial on the Healthcare system? Did Delgado get wounded and receive crappy treatment?

I expect him be a guest on one or more of those shows on the silly embarassment that is Liberal Talk Radio. Unless he or someone else can provide credible evidence to back up his statements, he won't (or shouldn't) make it far beyond there.

Posted by: JG22 on May 4, 2005 03:39 AM

It's the NY Times, a paper with an agenda. Nothing new here, newspapers have been doing it for hundreds of years. Don't forget, it was on the op-ed page. The news sections are effected by political leanings, the op-ed page wears them on it's sleeve.

Posted by: Dishonorable Schoolboy on May 4, 2005 03:30 PM
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