"Have a plan to kill everyone you meet"--from Fox News: MERGED

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    It merely means: pixie dust, prayer or plan ... pick one.

    It acknowledges the simple reality that anyone you meet could indeed blow sideways, with you in the way. What then, grasshopper, if you've got your head in a cloud and the awareness of a door nail?

    No, they don't get it.
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    And The Problem??

    I see the translation being:

    Mess with the Marines and you will be taking a dirt nap
    "Guard with jealous attention the public liberty. Suspect everyone who approaches that jewel. Unfortunately, nothing will preserve it but downright force. Whenever you give up that force, you are inevitably ruined". - Patrick Henry

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    So what is wrong with having a plan? They don't plan on killing everyone they meet (or the journalists would be first). It is about being prepared for the worst. Seems like common sense to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by obxned View Post
    So what is wrong with having a plan? They don't plan on killing everyone they meet (or the journalists would be first). It is about being prepared for the worst. Seems like common sense to me.
    I agree, but I think to the it just seems harsh and callous. And personally I think some of the media needs a good shot of salt to their backsides (anything more would be advocating violence against someone and I wouldn't do that ), but to be honest I am surprised Geraldo made it out without a scratch when he was broadcasting his position when he was on that ride along a few years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGguy229 View Post
    This "journalist" can KMB.....boo-****-hoo. I guess reality is too harsh for him.



    read the rest by following the link: FOXNews.com - Iraq Journal: A Plan to Kill Everyone - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe News
    Did you read the original (quite long) article? For the most part he said he understood the sign. His tone had changed by the end of the article.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paco View Post
    I am surprised Geraldo made it out without a scratch when he was broadcasting his position when he was on that ride along a few years ago.
    I an not a fan of Geraldo's, BUT, when he goes into a war zone he is one of the very few reporters that is armed. From what I understand he is a believer in the right to self defense, so is his brother Craig.
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    Wow, 1 redeeming fact about Geraldo.
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    He's kind of a tool, especially with the drama and the exaggeration at the beginning, but the article's not really bad.

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    guy kinda sounds like one of the reporters that "visited" my jcop right before we rotated out. i hope he's doing well and stays away from those inconvenient places that require that he wear his armour.
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    I had a friend have to escort 15 pencil pushers, all stuffed into a 5-ton, for 120 mi.....all the while these guys where acting like it was a field trip. I'm sure the Jar heads had enough on there hands then to babysit the press...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepnheat View Post
    I had a friend have to escort 15 pencil pushers, all stuffed into a 5-ton, for 120 mi.....all the while these guys where acting like it was a field trip. I'm sure the Jar heads had enough on there hands then to babysit the press...
    And I have a problem with that right there! I know people need to know what is going on, at least part of the time. I know we are now a nation of "rubber neckers" who want to see a car wreck or a fire fight in a war, at least a portion of this nation. And to a point I can accept that.

    What I have a problem with is Marines and Soldiers on the front lines and in other dangerous areas having to babysit a press corps. Isn't their job hard enough watching the back of others who are trained to be in the fight, let alone adding goofy reporters who may stand up at the wrong time?

    I know this is off topic of this thread, but what Sleepnheat brought up made me think of this situation.

    Is this how it was for war correspondents in WWII, Korea, and VietNam? Did we babysit them this much or did they have to rely on themselves more than they do now? I keep thinking about the reporter in "We Were Soldiers" and hoping that is how they used to be, and wonder why they can't really be that way.

    Rant over, talk amongst yourselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paco View Post
    ... let alone adding goofy reporters who may stand up at the wrong time?
    That's a self-correcting problem.
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    Explain: How does disarming victims reduce the number of victims?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Sissies really have no place in a war-zone. Pay no attention to him----he's just visiting.
    Perhaps he could become a 'proffessional hostage' and trade him for one of our guys so they could get back in the fight.
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