First of all, I apologize for not keeping the pace I am accustomed to, in my posting and reading/commenting on your blogs. I appreciate everyone's readership, but there are times (like now) where I am busier than a one-armed wallpaper hanger.
I have to go out of town tomorrow (Wed, 6-21-06) for the day, I hope to have a new post up that evening. But for now, I would like to pose a question to all of you that care to take the challenge and answer. If you are a regular or are new, liberal or conservative, if you have commented here before or not, you are invited to participate. But, please note that I may use parts or all of your comments on a main post (or I might not). If no one comments, I can and will go on my own diatribe as I so often do.
The two missing soldiers were found today and there are signs that these men were brutalized before they died at their killers' hands. Why no outcry from the same people that loudly condemn the Abu Ghraib, Gitmo, and other such things? If one side is wrong for something, the vast majority of the time (the US), why is not the other side wrong when their atrocities are much more brutal?