wikileaks < blood_on_hands <= us_military
"I see a lot of waffle about blood on everybody elses hands ... but not much refutement of the fact that this selfish arsehole's actions will have endangered the very people you all seem to think are worthy of staying alive."
The people who are worthy of staying alive are the people we are supposed to be defending, yes?
These would be Afghan civilians, yes?
How peculiar then the documents published by wikileaks reveal quite a lot of civilian casualties, and that quite a lot of these civilian casualties aren't reported on because the military doesn't like to appear to be shooting the people it's supposed to be defending.
If, then, this 'selfish arsehole' prevents the US Military killing some people we are supposed to be defending (and defending with /our/ lives, not theirs, yes?) would that not mean we are slightly nearer to fulfilling our purpose in Afghanistan?
Addendum - four grammar-Nazi points:
1) The thing sheep do is 'bleat', not 'bleet';
2) There's no such thing as 'refutement' - I do believe the word you require would be 'refutation', or 'refute';
3) "elses" should contain an apostrophe: "else's" (in much the same manner as "arsehole's")
4) If you're going to get on your high horse and do a rant maybe consult a dictionary before posting. Nothing quite undermines one's argument as an inability to use the correct word and/or correct spelling.