posted on May, 5 2011 @ 05:40 PM
Because they take what their "great commander-in-chief" says without further question?
Do they get the inside track, and a special view from the inside? Is there some military circular that goes around to officers and enlisted men,
showing the photo of the dead UBL??
I mean you figure of all people that it would be important to, if nothing else for morale, it would be the military men on the front lines. And it
would be hard to argue that it is too gruesome to be viewed by people in the military.
What about former military that are wounded and/or disabled because of their service fighting in these wars? Wouldn't THEY have a right to see the
photos for some kind of closure on what they were supposedly fighting for?
And what about the 9/11 families, who are
already demanding to see the photo proof
, but nope. Not even THEY will get to see the proof of who supposedly masterminded the killing of their
The White House has other reasons for not wanting to show those photos. But I want to know how the military feel about not being able to see the
This reminds me of the missing serial numbers on the flight data recorders turned into the NTSB from the FBI. And how 19 hijackers were on our TV
screens within a couple of days after 9/11.
Something just stinks with all of this. And to me, it smells like a dead, 10-year-old corpse that has just been unfrozen.
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5th 2011 by TrueAmerican because: (no reason given)