NYT minimizes Zarqawi's video embarrassment

Our terror—master enemy looks stupid in captured vidoetape outtakes, fumbling with an automatic weapon. The tape is circulated worldwide to harm the standing and image of our enemy, for whoim image is a vital recruitment tool.

The New York Times, for reqsons known only to its management and editors, then publishes an article minimizing the embarassment, quoting unnamed military sources:

"But as a military guy, I shrug my shoulders and say: 'Of course he doesn't know how to use it. It's our gun.' He doesn't look as stupid as they said he looks."

Hat tip: Dick Weltz

Our terror—master enemy looks stupid in captured vidoetape outtakes, fumbling with an automatic weapon. The tape is circulated worldwide to harm the standing and image of our enemy, for whoim image is a vital recruitment tool.

The New York Times, for reqsons known only to its management and editors, then publishes an article minimizing the embarassment, quoting unnamed military sources:

"But as a military guy, I shrug my shoulders and say: 'Of course he doesn't know how to use it. It's our gun.' He doesn't look as stupid as they said he looks."

Hat tip: Dick Weltz