Before this morning, waste-of-skin subhuman Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was last seen in an internet-circulating video needing help clearing his malfunctioning AK-47... such a fierce soldier was he.
The dinosaur TV news media chose to run the make over-make over photo in which Zarqawi is featured in a trimmed, cleaned up and Max Factored post-mortem Kodak moment.
We prefer this one which shows the true handiwork of a coordinated effort by SpecOps, air support and on-the-ground intel provided by local informants to knock on Z's door with a couple of 500-pound HE payloads.
The al-Qaeda leader and seven aides, including spiritual adviser Sheik Abdul Rahman, were killed Wednesday night in a remote area 30 miles northeast of Baghdad in the volatile province of Diyala, just east of the provincial capital of Baqouba.
I was once under a brief artillery barrage... I only wish Z had had enough time to be terrified.
We take you now to the winner of America's Worst Father of the Year Award... committed communist Mike Berg.
In interviews today the father of the Nick Berg (whose head was sawed off by Zarqawi) said, "I think the news of the loss of any human being is a tragedy. I think al-Zarqawi's death is a double tragedy," he said. "His death will incite a new wave of revenge. George Bush and al-Zarqawi are two men who believe in revenge."
Berg said "restorative justice," - such as being forced to work in a hospital where maimed children are treated - could have made al-Zarqawi "a decent human being."
Asked what would give him satisfaction, the coward said, "The end of the war and getting rid of George Bush."
Meanwhile, the seditionist news media are dismissing the death of the now very holey Zarqawi by insisting that it will just cause more violence. Imagine that... violence in a war.
Berg needs to be punched in his damned face... not because of his anti-American comments but because he is miserable pond scum unworthy of the name father, and don't give me that crap about people deal with grief in different ways. Berg is nothing more than a hardcore commie using his son's gruesome murder to run for Congress.
The loss of his son does not prevent him from being confronted for his comments and behavior... same goes for Cindy Sheehan and the four New Jersey millionaire broads whose husbands were killed in the World Trade Center; they've been milking those deaths and their 15 minutes for the last four years.
Out of almost 3,000 grieving families from 9/11 why is it that these four are the ones who are given all the media exposure? We don't even need to waste the time with the obvious answer since Tim Graham over at Newsbusters.org has already nailed the drive by media and the Witches of East Brunswick.
This is why Ann Coulter should be applauded for her very on-target comments about these people who use their husbands' deaths as a platform for attacking the U.S. policy and President Bush and as a shield against criticism of their outrageous political diatribes by anyone else.
They cannot have it both ways.
And this was probably the best exchange... Hillary! had the poor judgment to think she could draw down on Coulter:
“… it's unimaginable that anyone in the public eye could launch a vicious, mean-spirited attack... Perhaps the book should have been called 'Heartless'.”
dCoulter: "Before criticizing others for being mean to women, perhaps Hillary should talk to her husband, who was accused of rape by Juanita Broaddrick and groping Kathleen Willey at the very moment Willey's husband was committing suicide," Coulter said in an interview with Sean Hannity.
If only the Republican men in the U. S. Senate had the stones Coulter does.