Sunday, May 13, 2007

You don't say....


Hajji Arbab Daulat Khan, left, Parmakan’s village chief, in a school classroom damaged during the attack on the village. He said 57 villagers were killed. Joao Silva photo

What angers Afghans are not just the bombings, but also the raids of homes, the shootings of civilians in the streets and at checkpoints, and the failure to address those issues over the five years of war. Afghan patience is wearing dangerously thin, officials warn.

New York Times,
May 13, 2007

Gosh, Afghans must be human. Who knew?

Here in the United States, we don't know yet that this adventure is, like Iraq, also "lost." I wonder how long it will be and how many will die before we figure that out?

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