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Find The Boots

Rantings from a few corporate types about life, technology, travel, guns, politics, and everything good in the world.

Tillman and Lynch

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

A person recently wrote me an email basically saying "Nah, nah, aren't you ashamed of the military now?"

Uh, no.

Are people ashamed of the entire MSM when they fabricate a story about the president's NG service, the Duke LAX team, or even cover up Al Sharpton's activities in anti-white/Jew race riots and Tawana Brawley?

I didn't think so.

Personally, this Tillman thing is just not news, nor is the Jessica Lynch story - I'm reading Marines in the Garden of Eden, published 6 months ago, and it was clear in there that she was just a casualty, not a hero.

I think the criminalization of blue/blue fire is behind Tillman. I think that the military is also partially operating in business-as-usual pre-Internet mode in creating hero's and victims.

Should they do this stuff? Well, duh, obviously not. But in an organization of 2M+ people you're going to have managers who make mistakes. Didn't they just sent Naccio and Kumar to jail for options fiddling and other mistakes? Does that mean that IT and Telecom companies are eeeevil.


To me this is just evidence that the system works and is run by flawed humans.

Color me unsurprised.


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