they are killing their own
Yes, there has been another suicide bombing in Iraq.
At least six people, including school children, were killed Tuesday when a car bomb exploded near a police station in this flashpoint town west of Baghdad, an AFP correspondent at the scene reported.
The bomb was set off within 100 yards of a school.
Sorry, but this is not some disgruntled Iraqi citizens telling the U.S. to get out of Iraq. If that were true, they would not be killing their own children.
These are terrorists - not just Iraqis, but Syrians and others - who are all backed by extremist Muslim countries and their terrorist organizations. Their message is clear: They want to rule, and they want to do it their way. With Sharia law and all the things that were expected under Saddam's regime; torture, rape, murder, etc.
We are doing a good thing in Iraq and there will be moments like this when people will give pause and think we should pull out the troops and come home.
Imagine that. Today there were six people killed. Should we pull our troops out now, there will likely be six people killed an hour. And most of those murders will take place in dank, dark cells below the ground and they will never be reported by any media.
The resistance parties in Iraq, the ones who are doing all of this damage, are aligned with terrorists. This much is obvious. Which makes Iraq part of the War on Terror.
These people need to be stopped and we have the power to do it. If we don't stop them, they will just spread, like an army in a game of Risk. They are in France. They are in Gaza. They are all over Europe, spreading hate and lies and death.
Let them all gather in Iraq. Let Iraq be the breeding ground for the new alliance of terrorists. It will just be easier for us when they are all in one place to take them out, one by one.
"Angered citizens" do not kill their own children. These people did. That makes them more than just people opposing a war. They are people opposing freedom. And that makes it our business, and our war to fight.
Unless, of course, you'd rather wait for them to start gathering in your country.