Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Sunday, August 14, 2005

What damage does a...

...Moonbat do. A lot! That the "V.C. ruled the night" was a myth, that, unfortunately, the people who micromanaged the war bought into. I was there and I ruled my little sector of night. Bad things happened at night. It's a good time for ambushes. But the "us" did as much, or more, damage as the "them". The secret was to be working for folks who were not immediately under the thumb of the "V.C. rule the night crap".

Sorry. I got off on a personal rant.

The following is from Michael Yon: Online Magazine on August 10th. Links to it are in the post that precedes this.

I walked back through the dark and did
the radio interview by cell phone. During
such interviews, I get the impression
that people at home are losing faith in
the effort, though we are winning. But at
home they cannot see it, and when I
said goodbye that time, I sat in the dark.

Feel free to convert a Moonbat. Try truth. That sometimes works.

The problem with instant access to news and opinnion is that it's a two way street. Screeching Moonbatism is... 1) whether I like it or not, part of the democratic process and 2) when you're tired, smelly and a million miles from home with people trying to kill you, you sometimes believe the crap!

If you can't legally or intellectually silence a Moonbat, ADOPT A TROOPER! There are ways to do it. You just have to get a round tuit.



At Sun Aug 14, 12:14:00 PM, Anonymous skye said...

Kermit, you rock!

Michael Yon Online dispatches had me glued to my laptop! What a fantastic resource for finding out what is really happening over in Iraq.

Not to mention that this blog is full of relevant material. How did I miss this Frog in the Bog?

At Sun Aug 14, 01:24:00 PM, Blogger Kermit said...


We're easily missed. It's a survival thing. A chameleon can go to Luau on the beach because it can change colors and disguise itself like a Hawaiian Flowerdy Shirt.

Frogs are green, so we just lay low in the bog. We're naturally disguised to look like pond scum until a fly gets close enough to zap.

Remember... Time flies when you're having fun. If you're a frog, time is fun when your having flies...

Time to hop along now.

Kermit the Green

At Mon Aug 15, 05:27:00 PM, Blogger Kevin said...

Here is an interview with Michael recorded last evening live from Mosul.


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