Tuesday, February 23, 2010

McChrystal needs an equine proctologist: Fred Reed

Lordy, lordy. Some words should be written in letters twelve feet high and put on display for all to see.

Fred Reed and his Thoughts on an Interview with General Stanley McChrystal

Yes, [McChrystal]thought, we really should stop killing so many civilians, but we would stop. We were going to help the Afghans, as soon as we finished killing most of them. (He didn’t say the part about killing most of them but seems to be working on it.) We would win their hearts and minds by beneficent and salubrious bombing. (OK, he didn’t say that either. It seems to be what he thinks.)

Gret Gawd, I reflected not too charitably, if this guy ever gets sick, he’ll need an equine proctologist."

And as the numbers of dead soldiers and Afghans skyrocket - the last 27 civilians killed in a bus convoy was a Special Ops operation and they were WRONG - Fred Reed makes the following suggestion:

Now, if America wants to kill its own soldiers, that is America’s business. It is a matter of national sovereignty with which no other country should have the right to interfere. McChrystal could maybe hold a private war somewhere in the southwestern deserts. You know, McCrystal vs. David Petraeus, with two divisions each, twelve rounds or knockout, no holds barred, but they have to buy their own weapons.

But leave others out of it.

Amen to that.


  1. Fort Irwin, or 29 Palms would be a perfect setting for these guys.
    They could take all the chicken-war-hawks in our government and our media with them. Let then duke it out. Winner gets all the glory. LOL.

    In HELL that is.

  2. I had to check out Fort Irwin and 29 Palms to see where (and what) they are. As far as I can see, they are both hot, dry and very isolated.

    I wonder if anyone would buy tickets to the McChrystal/Petraeus bout, kind of a "rumble in the jungle" set in the southwest.