We do not want to bomb every building because it might cause civilian casualties. All the Humvees are armored now, at least the ones that are used in combat.
I pretend I'm cooler than AzH
3rd September 2005
i was using fallujah as a example where all civilians left. and stop giving me bad rep points for not agreeing with you. i read all posts in this thread.
That was another thread, because you clearly did not read the whole thing, and made an ass of yourself, again.
Perhaps you should have seen Fallujah during the battle. It was raining hellfire and brimstone. That was urban combat in its purest form.
czech speacial forceswe dount want to bomb every building with an insurgent because we dount want to spend money to rebuild it.[/QUOTE] [quote=USMA2010]We do not want to bomb every building because it might cause civilian casualties.
Perhaps it's both of these arguments: we don't want to bomb every building becauce it might cause civilian casualties and unnecessary destruction.
Both liberal and army news are biased to the direction that benefits them most, but neither of these are "propaganda". Still, news should always tell the story from both sides: not just about the car bombings and US army operations, but about the reconstruction of Iraq and development of Iraq's administration and what I have read here, generally US media only tell these bad news.
P.S. It's not just about WMD's that keep us from fighting against each other, but especially the learning from horrible history, democracy, wide cooperation and benefits of peace time.