Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Where Are The US Headlines?

A British paratrooper disregards his own safety to rescue injured American Troops in Afghanistan.
A Paratrooper who ran to the aid of a wounded American soldier while under heavy fire could be among the first British troops to be awarded a gallantry medal in Afghanistan.

Pte Peter McKinley has been praised by his commanders for a "massive display of bravery" after saving the life of the US sergeant in one of the most intense battles 3 Bn the Parachute Regiment has experienced during its deployment to Helmand province.
Read more here. I Wonder where the headlines like this are in the American papers. We have heros too.



Carnivore.

3 Comments:

At 6/21/2006 8:20 PM, Blogger HonestAbe said...

You're right. You have to go elsewhere to get many of the facts.

 
At 6/22/2006 2:55 PM, Blogger Doghouse said...

Well, it was a member of the military doing something selfless and heroic, so obviously it's a made up story...right Senator John (I went to Cambodia and I didn't get this injury from getting hit in the butt with rice) Kerry?

 
At 6/22/2006 4:00 PM, Blogger Carnivore said...

Well the fact is, out of all the printed/media that I have run across, the Telegraph (outside of bloggers) is the only one that consistantly is supportive and prints good news for the troops. The other papers, you will see this from the local..nothing on the state papers. Thus far at least. They just like printing the doom and gloom.

 

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