Flying Shoes—Bush Can Really Move!

I just watched the shoe throwing incident for the first time and was amazed at Bush’s moves.

I had no idea President Bush could move that fast. All seriousness aside, that was probably the most fun he’s had in eight years lol.

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5.3 Magnitude Earthquake In Iraq

A 5.3 magnitude earthquake occurred earlier tonight in Iraq near the Iranian border.

The earthquake’s epicenter was located near Abu Gharab, Iraq.

The epicenter appears to be at the Incenter of a triangle formed by the border towns of Abu Gharab, Musian, and Dehloran.

Darkhovin, a suspected Iranian nuclear site, is about 125 miles from the epicenter.

Source: USGS

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Kidnappers Claim British Hostage Jason Committed Suicide

The Islamic Shiite Resistance in Iraq claim British hostage “Jason” has committed Suicide.

Sky News reports that in a video statement, the group says that “one of the five British hostages seized in Baghdad last year has killed himself.”

The group’s claim has not been confirmed.

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Wiretap Law Caused Delay In Search For Sgt. Alex R. Jimenez

The New York Post is reporting that wiretap laws caused a 10-hour delay in the search for Sgt. Alex R. Jimenez.

Charles Hurt a the New York Post writes, “For an excruciating nine hours and 38 minutes, searchers in Iraq waited as U.S. lawyers discussed legal issues and hammered out the ‘probable cause’ necessary for the attorney general to grant such ’emergency’ permission.”

The remains of Sgt. Jimenez were identified Thursday after being discovered in the Iraqi village of Jurf as Sakhr.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the families and friend of Sgt. Jimenez and Pvt. Byron W. Fouty.

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Iraqi Soldier Kills Two US Soldiers During Joint Patrol

The U.S. Military has confirmed reports that an Iraqi soldier killed two US soldiers.

Capt. Rowdy J. Inman, 38, of Panorama Village, Texas and Sgt. Benjamin B. Portell, 27, of Bakersfield, Calif., were killed when an Iraqi soldier opened fire on them during a joint patrol in western Mosul. Both men were assigned to 3rd Squadron, 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment, III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas.

Obituary for Capt. Rowdy J. Inman. Guestbook available.

Obituary for Sgt. Benjamin B. Portell. Guestbook available.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to their families and friends.

Read The Full Story At Gulfnews.

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Thomas Tucker and Kristian Menchaca Avenged

The Jawa Report says Thomas Tucker and Kristian Menchaca have been avenged.

Thomas Tucker and Kristian Menchaca were brutally murdered by terrorists back in June 2006. Atrocity doesn’t even begin to describe what was committed against those brave men.

I remember hearing Thomas Tucker’s last call home; he told his mom, “Be proud of me Mom, I’m defending my country.”

Dr. Rusty Shackleford has the full story.

God bless Thomas Tucker and Kristian Menchaca, and their families. Rest in peace.

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Blackwater USA Guard Tried To Stop The Shooting

The Washington Post reports this morning that a Blackwater USA guard tried to stop the shooting, resorting to pointing his own weapon at fellow guards:

Washington Post—Separately, a U.S. official familiar with the investigation said that participants in the shooting have reported that at least one of the Blackwater guards drew a weapon on his colleagues and screamed for them to “stop shooting.” This account suggested that there was some effort to curb the shooting, with at least one Blackwater guard believing it had spiraled out of control. “Stop shooting — those are the words that we’re hearing were used,” the official said. …

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