Ma Deuce Gunner

Ma Deuce Gunner


Friday, December 29, 2006

A Red Letter Day In Iraq

Saddam Hussein is dead. One of the most evil human beings on the planet is gone, and can murder no more innocent people.

I believe that this will bring out of the woodwork a lot of silent supporters of the insurgency in Iraq. This will definitely "flare the violence" in Iraq and will piss off a lot closet Baathists. Hopefully these supporters, who may have been facilitators, harborers and financiers in Iraq, will show their colors. When they do rear their heads, we should remember four things: Steady Position, Sight Picture, Breathing Control, and Trigger Squeeze.

Scouts Out.



At 10:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah and God is really happy too. Saddam haters are praising God for the death of Saddam and Saddam lovers are praising God for Saddam being a martyr. God is happy with all.

At 11:13 AM, Blogger thepatriot said...

I cannot imagine how reassuring it must be for the Iraqi people to watch as justice is served (finally!) to an evil tyrant. Iraq is not as hopeless as many profess it to be. Thank God!

At 9:02 PM, Blogger Diana Joy said...

I want to say Thanks for all you have done :)
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of the soldiers!!!
Diana Joy

At 9:50 AM, Anonymous GunnNutt said...

Wow! You're back!!!! Gotta start checking in more often ;)

Saddam's entry to Hell must be particularly sweet to you and all of our troops. This was a tremendous step forward for Iraq and it showed all Iraqis that no one is above the law of the people.

Thank you MDG for being part of making it happen. HOOAH!

At 12:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


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We offer up to date press releases, video, photos and several features unique to the website from public affairs units in the Middle East.

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If you think that it would be a good addition for you and your readers…let me know and we can set you up with a link.

We also can offer you a chance to be interviewed by civilian media by "virtually embedding" them with you. It is an email interview in which the blog site can post your interview to their website. This is another means of getting the Soldiers story out to the mainstream media.

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Thank you for you time and most of all your service. Stay safe and return safely.

Sgt. Chris Keller

At 9:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The world is a better place with him gone.

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