Wednesday, January 31, 2007

"Sneak attacks." Do you know that Wolf Blitzer refers to attacks on occupation troops in Iraq as sneak attacks? I heard him say it today. That is quite fascinating in its implications. So according to the former writer for the mouthpiece of the Israeli lobby (and former correspondent of the Jerusalem Post, turned objective reporter), people who plan to attack occupation troops anywhere in the world need to notify occupation troops of the time and place of the attacks, lest they perpetrate "sneak attacks."