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Aiding and Abetting

Oregroanian May30, 2007 page A1: An article titled —Iraq war toll reaches 113 so far in May—. The oregroanian and the media are still painting targets on the back of your sons and daughters in Iraq. The public's right to know is clashing with common decency. Splashing headlines of the number of Americans killed each day and month makes the killing of a single American soldier worth much more that killing 100 Iraqi terrorists. The Terrorists are not stupid. They know the only way for them to win the war is to kill American service men and women. They know that the US media will make the most of it. What is unclear is whether the media and the public is that stupid that they don’t realize these headlines are encouraging the killing of Americans. Or does the Media feel that killing a few of our youth is worth it to get the US out of the war?

Sixty-seven years ago, that was called aiding and abetting the enemy. Those who went through WWII still call it that. It is interesting that 10 soldiers perished on Memorial day, and on page B2 the oregroanian reports 10 Oregonians died in traffic accidents. Why is this buried on page B2? Again, the oregroanian doesn’t seem to care that people die, only how they die is important to the owner and editor of this propaganda sheet.

Why do we almost daily see statistic on those killed in Iraq and rarely see statistics on those murdered and killed by accidents? Regardless of how you feel about the war in Iraq, it is wrong to publish this information because it encourages the enemy and figuratively paints targets on the backs of American solders and marines.


By E. Geese

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