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Dead Islamists Missing

Correction (6/27/07): I noted that the "news" keeps telling us about U.S. troops killed in action, but has not been telling us anything about enemies killed by our soldiers. "The Pentagon doesn't want to promote body counts like they did in Vietnam, so they aren't releasing that information," writes one Page Nine reader. He's right. And the media is politely obeying their government handlers, so you only get half the body counts -- our own. Seems kind of unfair. Why would the news media go along with that? Can't they interview people and at least do a little reporting?

The lamestream media told you:
Nine U.S. soldiers and 17 Iraqi civilians died when a suicide bomber detonated at a crowded market in the troubled yada yada province today.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:
Nine U.S. soldiers and 17 Iraqi civilians were brutally murdered when a radical Islamist waging jihad on the West blew himself up in a crowd of innocent food shoppers.

All news of terrorists killed by U.S. troops, Islamists taken out by U.S. troops, jihadis sent to the grave by U.S. troops, Muslim militants put to death by U.S. troops, and foreign insurgents shot dead, blown up or mowed down by U.S. military personnel continues to be suppressed by the "news" media. Reports of dead enemies have all but disappeared from all public news sources.

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