http://www.abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory?id=4443726 The one thing that annoys me the most about the entire situation is that I feel our military is handicapped by the media. Mired in a pile of bureaucratic crap so high it blocks the sun. At what point did war turn into this voyeuristic festival of "fairness"? I can recall the days of patriotic films where a few American kids cut down hundreds of Russian and Cuban commies, or where a lone commando takes down a few hundred Russians in Afghanistan (the irony), and it's heralded as Americana. People in their lavish American lives get to cry about us waterboarding the enemy, and blow up their local congressman's email inbox. Who cares about these bastards? He's going to live through it, sure it's torturous, but if it saves the life of an American GI, or of civilians then to hell with it. They use this moronic guise of "Would you want our soldiers waterboarded?" as some kind of moral plea to support their idiocy. I guess they have too much sand in their ears to understand that our soldiers, and civilian contractors, don't get waterboarded, they get their God damn heads cut off with a knife. At what point did these morons forget this is war, and that in war there are things that we must do for the greater good. There is no fairness, there is only victory, otherwise it is not war, it's a struggle.