Looks like there’s one more dead-ender dead in Iraq:
U.S. forces have killed a man identified as the ringleader of the January 20 attack on U.S. troops in Karbala, Iraq, that left five Americans dead, military spokesman Maj. Gen. William Caldwell told CNN’s “Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer.”
Sheikh Azhar al-Dulaymi was killed Saturday during an operation in Baghdad’s Sadr City neighborhood, according to an unclassified U.S. military presentation obtained by CNN.
Good riddance. Unfortunately, there’s plenty more where that came from; the good news is that each guy we kill is one less guy we have to kill. Sooner or later, the bad elements of Iraqi and Muslim society will be gone; the people that are left will be able to enjoy the peace and prosperity we’ve won for them. They’re going to owe us big-time, but I’m sure they’ll know that, too. One thing I think we can expect from Iraq is gratitude.
Meanwhile, of course, we’re going to have to do some killing. And I think we should stop tying our hands behind our backs when we go into battle. I think we need to take the bad guys out. If a few innocent bystanders get killed in the process, I’m very sorry, but that’s war. They chose to live with the terrorists nearby, and when you lie down with dogs, you get fleas. If they don’t want to buy it with the bad guys, they should leave. We’ll let them know when it’s safe to come back.
That’s what the liberal media is trying to hide from the American people, but there it is.