Quickly, Sherman, into the wayback machine to just two weeks ago, when your humble scribe made a bold prediction:
Oh, dear (do I really need to add the emphasis?):
FALLUJAH, Iraq (AFP) - American troops launched a massive hunt for three missing comrades on Saturday amid fears they had been kidnapped by Iraqi insurgents during a pre-dawn attack that left five other soldiers dead.
Quick -- any bets on how long it's going to be before Americans rediscover the Geneva Conventions?
And pretty much right on schedule, the rediscovery begins:
Indeed, the news that Pfc. Joseph Anzack Jr.'s body showed signs of possible torture has been met by the human rights brigade with...
The continued search for our two other missing soldiers has been met by the human rights brigade with...
This Memorial Day weekend, break the silence and remember our soldiers who suffered and sacrificed. Remember American courage and strength in the face of brutality. Remember the difference between good and evil.
And just in case you'd forgotten that difference, let me give you a quick refresher. Because, here at Canadian Cynic, being educational is what we're all about.