2004/11/23

No Evident Bias

Sometimes it's the little details that trip you up. I wrote earlier about Phil Carter's take on the incident in Fallujah. I expressed the opinion that Mr. Carter believes the marine is guilty of some crime. Yesterday he posted a link to the same Kevin Sites post I noted. He recommends you read it. He does make one tiny little slip.
I still believe that we should hold our condemnation of this Marine and let the military justice system sort this out based on all of the mitigating factors in play.
Maybe we shouldn't be thinking about 'condemnation' until the military justice system gets done? We should all probably reserve judgement until all the facts are in and a verdict has been rendered. That's not the same as holding condemnation, is it? It's still entirely possible he did nothing worthy of being condemned, isn't it?

3 Comments:

Blogger Lila said...

I see you support the lovely George Dubya. Do you support him being president also?

3:21 PM  
Blogger J said...

Note to Lila: I don't even know what in the hell that comment is supposed to mean. Maybe you should try being more redundant again?

4:15 PM  
Blogger T said...

What is it with random losers posting completely unrelated crap as comments? Does my support or lack thereof for George W. directly relate to Fallujah and a marine accused of war crimes?

No? Then why are you making idiotic comments here? Go post random crap to your own blog.

2:58 PM  

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