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» The Washington Post's William Arkin Gets His Reply from Hugh Hewitt
Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive responds to the WaPo's William Arkin's slam at active duty military speaking their mind about the war. Arkin, very representative of the anti-war MSM, wants to shut down military speaking about the war --it gets in the way... [Read More]

» The Washington Post's William Arkin Gets His Reply from Hugh Hewitt
Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive responds to the WaPo's William Arkin's slam at active duty military speaking their mind about the war. Arkin, very representative of the anti-war MSM, wants to shut down military speaking about the war --it gets in the way... [Read More]

» Here It Comes Again from Andrew Olmsted dot com
Thus war in this war, we as soldiers have been pretty lucky. Sure, there are those who express disdain and even hatred towards soldiers, but as a rule people's anger has been focused mostly on the Bush administration. This has... [Read More]

» The Washington Post's William Arkin Gets His Reply from Hugh Hewitt
Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive responds to the WaPo's William Arkin's slam at active duty military speaking their mind about the war. Arkin, very representative of the anti-war MSM, wants to shut down military speaking about the war --it gets in the way... [Read More]

» Our Mercenaries? from Captain's Quarters
It seems that William Arkin has had enough of supporting the troops, now that a few of them told NBC that they believe that Americans should support the mission as well. In his Washington Post blog, Arkin suddenly feels that... [Read More]

» The Washington Post's William Arkin Gets His Reply from Hugh Hewitt
Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive responds to the WaPo's William Arkin's slam at active duty military speaking their mind about the war. Arkin, very representative of the anti-war MSM, wants to shut down military speaking about the war --it gets in the way... [Read More]

» The Washington Post's William Arkin Gets His Reply from Hugh Hewitt
Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive responds to the WaPo's William Arkin's slam at active duty military speaking their mind about the war. Arkin, very representative of the anti-war MSM, wants to shut down military speaking about the war --it gets in the way... [Read More]

» William Arkin, anti-chickenhawk from Winds of Change.NET
The Washington Post's military affairs editor steps in it. [Read More]

» WaPo math: Troops=mercenaries from Michelle Malkin
Here's Washington Post national security reporter/blogger William Arkin's screed against NBC's report, which quoted troops who want Americans to support their mission. An excerpt from Arkin's unhinged diatribe: So, we pay the soldiers a decent wage, ta... [Read More]

» Shut up and serve: you troops should be grateful to *US* from Sister Toldjah
Thats the gist of this nasty little anti-troop rant written by uber-lefty William Arkin. Uncle Jimbo at Blackfive is not amused and lets Arkin have it (some colorful language is used, so if youre sensitive to that sort of thing ... [Read More]

» It's called "gonad envy." from Bill's Bites
See previous: “If they’re going to support us, support us all the way.”A hearty F*** You to William ArkinUncle Jimbo Hanson Apologies for the F bombs bursting in air, but...well just read on. Wow, William Arkin has just dropped a [Read More]

» Washington Post Blogger Hits Bottom from JammieWearingFool
It's difficult to fathom how one man can muster such sneering condescension, but a creature named William M. Arkin manages to plumb the depths of obscene moonbattery in one fell swoop. He must have really been foaming at the mouth, as he clearly didn... [Read More]

» William Arkin is an asshat from From the Halls to the Shores
I had never heard of William Arkin until about five minutes ago... then I read the piece he wrote for the Washington Post, and that was all it took for me to instantly label him as an asshole. Sure, I put “asshat” above, but that’s only because I did... [Read More]

» It's Official: The Press Has Gone To War from Blog-o-Fascists
Riehl World View Many on the Right have always been suspect of the MSM media when it came to reporting on the Iraq War. While the first official shot may have been CNN ... [Read More]

» Mass With Class Was Way In The Past from Ed Driscoll.com
Oh, that liberal media:Conservative bloggers sometimes exaggerate and write that so-and-so "slammed" the troops, and then you follow the link and read the comments in context and find out they're not that bad — usually it's a garden-variety criticism o... [Read More]

» Mass With Class Was Way In The Past from Ed Driscoll.com
Oh, that liberal media:Conservative bloggers sometimes exaggerate and write that so-and-so "slammed" the troops, and then you follow the link and read the comments in context and find out they're not that bad — usually it's a garden-variety criticism o... [Read More]

» Free speech in the military? Give me a BREAK. from Gun Toting Liberal ™
Seems weve got a TORQUED OFF right wing military blogger who goes by the moniker Uncle Jimbo of Black Five, and somewhat rightfully so, over a sometimes insulting Op-Ed piece at the Washington Post by William M. Arkin entitled &#... [Read More]

» Arkin shows his a55 from CDR Salamander
It is a normal human reaction to frustration and an anger that happens when other people hold beliefs or describe facts that are 180 degrees out from the world view you have cultivated and know in your universe to be true. You have one of two Courses... [Read More]

» THEY JUST CANT HELP THEMSELVES from Right Wing Nut House
In Stanley Kubricks wildly funny and depressingly dark comedy Dr. Strangelove, Peter Sellers, playing several roles including both the President and the title character, just cant help himself as Dr. Strangelove. The more Strangelove tal... [Read More]

» Changing Opinions from Confederate Yankee
It seems that WaPo blogger William Arkin has created quite the firestorm with the most recent entry to his Early Warning blog, where he labeled those brave members of our military mercenaries, and suggested "it wasn't for them to disapprove... [Read More]

» Is this guy even human???????!!!!! from Befuddled
People like this so called journalist or columnist or whatever the hell he is who claim they support our military...I can't even write this I am so pissed! [Read More]

» WAPO's Blunder from Sensible Mom
So the troops aren't dumb and uneducated dupes forced to war against their will after all. Nope, they're evil mercenaries forcing us all to endure a war and taking tax money from us to do so. Arkin's diatribe spewed forth because NBC had the nerve to... [Read More]

» The Arkin Column -- Update from Fuzzilicious Thinking
William Arkin's vile column has created a blogstorm. Michelle Malkin, Blue Crab Boulevard and Bill Faith have roundups, but I'd like to highlight some things myself... [Read More]

» First Cup 02.01.07 from bRight & Early
... [Read More]

» One word for William Arkin from MY Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
* OWNED! * Ingrate. And ingrate is an understatement. I have lots of other choice words for him (as do many others), but I think hes been so thrashed already, that chicken-embed Arkin isnt worth the effort. Loser. (Owned!... [Read More]

» The Virtues of Gratitude from Villainous Company
The technology of ink on paper is highly advanced, and has over centuries accumulated a major institutional culture that screens editorially for originality, expertise and seriousness. - Joseph Rago What could more clearly demonstrate the superiority o... [Read More]

» Kipling Responds to Arkin from Random Numbers
Captain Ed, Misha, and Uncle Jimbo have run through the best responses to Arkin's spew at the Wishington Pissed. I will instead try to highten the dialog with a little Poetry: Tommy By... [Read More]

» William Arkin at the Washington Post to Soldiers: Shut up and Serve from UrbanGrounds
Ill probably punch Mr. Arkin in the mouth if I ever have the misfortune of meeting him. ... [Read More]

» H&I Fires* 1 Feb 2007 from Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..
Open post for those with something to share, updated through the day. New, complete posts come in below this one. Note: If trackbacking, please acknowledge this post in your post. That's only polite. [Hey - trackbacks work again!] You're advertising... [Read More]

» The Left Wants our Soldiers to SHUT UP!!!!!! from Wake up America>
well the soldiers just turned it around on the Left...if you want to criticize our actions in Iraq.....GO LEARN OF WHICH YOU SPEAK FIRST. [Read More]

» I support the troops, blah blah blah. Enough already! from the rantings of a homicidalManiak
I'm coming up on my seven year anniversary of joining the military. It's gone by so fast that when I look back it seems like it was just yesterday that I left BMT (basic military training). I'm often amazed at... [Read More]

» WaPo reporter drops pose from THE TEXAS SCRIBBLER
William M. Arkin is the WashPost's homeland security writer. What a hoot. Then they gave him a blog and he decided to let loose on the troops:Through every Abu Ghraib and Haditha, through every rape and murder, the American public... [Read More]

» Changing Opinions from Confederate Yankee
It seems that WaPo blogger William Arkin has created quite the firestorm with the most recent entry to his Early Warning blog, where he labeled those brave members of our military mercenaries, and suggested "it wasn't for them to disapprove... [Read More]

» So, Our Troops Are Mercenaries?: Another Barking Moonbat In The MSM Sounds Off from
I was s lightly behind in news coverage yesterday (homework and all, you know?) but as I perusing yesterday's blogs, I came across this from Captain Ed, and it is in regard to a the WaPo's in-house jer, er, blogger named Willaim Arkin. Mr. Arkin put [Read More]

» HO-HO-HO CHI MINH. from Cold Spring Shops
Some people opposed U.S. involvement in Vietnam because they did not believe it in the country's interest to do so. Others were actively on the other side... [Read More]

» Manufactured Outrage: A Case Study from Radio Left
The Liberal Avenger The High Priests of the Cult of Dubya prepare another sacrifice, to the delight of their flock<... [Read More]

» My first post on John Edwards blog from John Edwards 08 Blog
pFirst Id like to thank the Edwards campaign for inviting me here. It is a rare gesture of fair and balanced behavior and I am touched. When you brought on the two lefty haters Amanada and the other chick, I was afraid this meant you simpl... [Read More]

» Obscene Amenities? from Argghhh! The Home Of Two Of Jonah's Military Guys..
Oh, you know, Arkin's comment: So, we pay the soldiers a decent wage, take care of their families, provide them with housing and medical care and vast social support systems and ship obscene amenities into the war zone for... [Read More]

» Re: Anti-Military from MilBlogs
Mrs. Greyhawk-- William Arkin? William "The Troops Also Need To Support The American People" Arkin? "Obscene Amenities" Arkin? The same guy who spends most of his time criticizing anything we do? The guy who wrote an entire book of leaked... [Read More]

» Re: Anti-Military from MilBlogs
Mrs. Greyhawk-- William Arkin? William "The Troops Also Need To Support The American People" Arkin? "Obscene Amenities" Arkin? The same guy who spends most of his time criticizing anything we do? The guy who wrote an entire book of leaked... [Read More]

» Can't the USAF do better? from MilBlogs
Of all the great minds out there, ahem, looking for someone to throw them a bone and publish a book on the gov'munt dime - why did the USAF decide to throw taxpayer money at William Arkin? Mr. Arkin’s book,... [Read More]

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