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» Don't Mess With A Marine from Wasted Years
Well, the terrorist assholes have taken a marine hostage and I'm still not intimidated. It probably has to do with the fact that the marine, Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, is bound and blindfolded. It also has something to do with... [Read More]

» Don't Mess With A Marine from Wasted Years
Well, the terrorist assholes have taken a marine hostage and I'm still not intimidated. It probably has to do with the fact that the marine, Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, is bound and blindfolded. It also has something to do with... [Read More]

» An Open Letter from My Evil Minion
I am still a little teary eyed over the letter, but I know justice will be given. True justice, fair and swift. God be with the Marines as they hunt [Read More]

» Marines write to Al Qaeda from Bryan Strawser's Weblog
Blackfive has posted a letter from the 3/4 Marines written to Al Qaeda about the captured US Marine that they are holding hostage: Before the current politically correct climate enveloped our culture one of the recruiting slogans of our band of brother... [Read More]

» "To the terrorists currently operating in Iraq..." from Brutally Honest
Blackfive has this post up containing a letter from a Marine to the brutes holding Marine Corporal Hassoun hostage. I'm hoping B5 won't mind if I excerpt the entire letter: To the terrorists currently operating in Iraq, I see that [Read More]

» A Tactical Error from Sgt. Stryker's Daily Briefing
Blackfive has an open letter written by a Marine to those who've taken a Marine prisoner there in Iraq. It's a good letter, but I take issue with this statement: You look at America and you see a soft target, and to a large extent... [Read More]

» A Tactical Error from Sgt. Stryker's Daily Briefing
Blackfive has an open letter written by a Marine to those who've taken a Marine prisoner there in Iraq. It's a good letter, but I take issue with this statement: You look at America and you see a soft target, and to a large extent... [Read More]

» A Tactical Error from Sgt. Stryker's Daily Briefing
Blackfive has an open letter written by a Marine to those who've taken a Marine prisoner there in Iraq. It's a good letter, but I take issue with this statement: You look at America and you see a soft target, and to a large extent... [Read More]

» Links of the Day from IMAO
If you want a more serious take on Michael Moore, read Jonah Goldberg's column today. Smart people read IMAO everyday... [Read More]

» Cheese from fredschoeneman.com
Light blogging today, as I'm working on the book. In the meantime, Belgravia dispatch has a thought provoking piece up on Wilson/Plame/Nigerian yellowcake that is pretty intriguing. Some good, cheesy photos in there. (Fluffer -- Instapundit) My fellow ... [Read More]

» Links of the Day from IMAO
If you want a more serious take on Michael Moore, read http://michellemalkin.com/archives/000110.htm">Jonah Goldberg's column today. Smart people read IMAO everyday... [Read More]

» This, I think, from Random Nuclear Strikes
Is a letter the terrorists should read very, very carefully. As I’ve said all along - the first thing the new Iraqi government needs to do is to go after these foreign fighters with a vengeance.... [Read More]

» Warrior Spirit from Marine Corps Moms
Via Blackfive: al-Zarqawi and the other thugs of the "Islamic Revolution" who are holding USMC Cpl. Wassef Hassoun do not know what they're up against. Here's a letter from the 3/4 Marines: To the terrorists currently operating in Iraq, I... [Read More]

» An open letter from a Marine from Paul's Down-Home Page
From Blackfive, an open letter from a Marine to the sadists who kidnapped Marine Cpl Wassef Hassoun: When you raise... [Read More]

» A Must Read from :: digital-marine ::
Blackfive has a great posting from a Marine directed to Al Qaeda... you WILL be ready to kick ass after reading this... [Read More]

» A Few Words for the Islamist Cowards: from The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler
In case the frightened little sand louse pussies who are holding CPL Wassef Ali Hassoun haven't carried out their heinous... [Read More]

» Faith from Petrified Truth
"Iraqi militants" (terrorists to you and me) have apparently executed Spc. Keith M. Maupin, 20, of Batavia, Ohio, a captured American soldier. "Militants" are also threatening to kill another captive, Cpl. Wassef Ali Hassoun, USMC. The execution of hos... [Read More]

» A Few Words for the Islamist Cowards: from The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler
In case the frightened little sand louse pussies who are holding CPL Wassef Ali Hassoun haven't carried out their heinous... [Read More]

» Marine Letter from Luke says MOO!
I've read this letter on HughHewitt.com (here) and on BlackFive (here) and thought I'd post it again on the internet. As I didn't post anything on the previous hostages of the cowards, I thought this would be a good time to perpetuate some Marine anger... [Read More]

» Blinks from Barking Moonbat Early Warning System
Cruising the blogosphere again on the BMEWS SurfboardTM hanging ten ............. Check out the photo gallery of Idiots and Scoundrels over at TheRant.Us. Moonbats on parade, all gathered together for your viewing pleasure. The guys at DGCI have a copy... [Read More]

» A Marine's Promise from Demosophia
My first impression of this Marine's letter to al Qaeda about the kidnap of Marine Corporal Hassoun was that it was intended to frighten the kidnappers. And my first thought about that was that the kidnappers would be unlikely to [Read More]

» A Marine's Promise from Demosophia
My first impression of this Marine's letter to al Qaeda about the kidnap of Marine Corporal Hassoun was that it was intended to frighten the kidnappers. And my first thought about that was that the kidnappers would be unlikely to [Read More]

» hostage from Cubs Pundit
A U.S. Marine is being held hostage in Iraq, and the Marines have sent an open letter to Al Qaeda. [Read More]

» fools from Gut Rumbles
Go read this. Vengence is mine, sayeth the Lord, but until he returns, the US Marines can handle that job.... [Read More]

» Marine Letter to Al Qaeda from shanti's daily links
Marine Letter to Al Qaeda... [Read More]

» Semper Fi from Across the Atlantic
Marine Letter to Al Qaeda.... [Read More]

» A Tactical Error from Sgt. Stryker's Daily Briefing
Blackfive has an open letter written by a Marine to those who've taken a Marine prisoner there in Iraq. It's a good letter, but I take issue with this statement: You look at America and you see a soft target, and to a large extent... [Read More]

» Oooh-Rah from Quibbles and Bits
Marine Letter to Al Qaeda Ooh-rah. [Read More]

» A Tactical Error from Sgt. Stryker's Daily Briefing
Blackfive has an open letter written by a Marine to those who've taken a Marine prisoner there in Iraq. It's a good letter, but I take issue with this statement: You look at America and you see a soft target, and to a large extent... [Read More]

» Wrath Of The Marines from JimSpot
Via The Group Captain, we have an open letter to the terrorists from a Marine.... BLACKFIVE: Marine Letter to Al... [Read More]

» Marine Letter to Al Qaeda from Tazteck.com
To the terrorists currently operating in Iraq, I see that you have captured a U. S. Marine, and that you plan to cut off his head if your demands are not met. Big mistake. Before you carry out your threat... [Read More]

» http://www.americandigest.org/sidelines/archives/001738.php from SideLines
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU'VE WON THE BIG PRIZE: A Marine's Letter to Al Qaeda "To the terrorists currently operating in Iraq, "I see that you have captured a U. S. Marine, and that you plan to cut off his head if your demands are not met. Big mistake. Befor... [Read More]

» Once a Marine, Always a Marine from The Beacon
The family of Marine hostage Corporal Wassef Ali Hassoun is disputing a New York Times report that he deserted wand was trying to reach family in Lebanon. The Times has since backed away from the story itself, citing an incomplete quote from a family m... [Read More]

» Go Marines from it comes in pints?
Corporal Hassoun been murdered. Go Marines. Take out these filthy shitholes. NO PRISONERS, NO EXCEPTIONS... [Read More]

» Time For "Gloves Off"... from The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler
...it has been for a LONG time, but thanks to the endless sermons from our administration about the "Religion of... [Read More]

» LET FREEDOM RING! from Being American in T.O.
The first official flag of these United States of America July 4 - It has become depressingly commonplace to assign strictly mercenary motives to the struggle for independence from Mother England, and thus to shrug off any reverence we... [Read More]

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