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The Difference Between a SEAL and a Terrorist
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The liberal equivocators of our day may think our troops are just as bad as the terrorists, then you read this:

After a long day of back-and-forth engagement and evidence that the enemy was closing them off, Monsoor and the two other SEALS moved to a confined outcropping of the roof for a better lookout position. An unseen insurgent lobbed a grenade, which hit Monsoor in the chest and landed on the floor in front of him. He yelled a warning, but quickly saw that his fellow SEALS, not positioned near the exit like he was, wouldn’t be able to get clear in time. Monsoor fell onto the grenade just as it exploded, absorbing the blast with his body and dying from the injuries about 30 minutes later. Others suffered shrapnel wounds, but no one else was killed.

A terrorist murders by killing himself and others with bombs. A SEAL would rather jump on a bomb than see others suffer harm. Did you notice how the papers were hyping this? Oh, you didn’t? Oh right. It’s a war with no heroes.

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