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Try to give facts on war

The liberal slant of the main media has become nauseating. The use of negative adjectives at every turn is astounding. Terms such as "bogged down," "taken by surprise" and "fierce resistance" are at odds with the fact that within an astonishing six days our force is outside of Baghdad. Control of oil well fires, minimal collateral damage and rapid humanitarian aid are greatly minimized.

A jaundiced eye is cast on any information from Washington, while any accusation from Saddam's thugs is paraded onto our televisions without any attempt to validate the information.

Here's a novel idea: Instead of negative innuendo and emotion, try facts.

Quinn Johnson