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Instapoll 3/22/11: The “Der Spiegal” Photos..Liberal Propaganda?

The military is apologizing for photos published in the German magazine “Der Spiegal” over the weekend. the liberals are using them to further their anti war anti American sentiment’ One photo depicts Spec. Jeremy N. Morlock of Wasilla, Alaska, smiling and crouching next to the bloodied corpse. The other depicts Pfc. Andrew H. Holmes of Boise, Idaho, squatting next to the same body.  Read more HERE.

What do you think? Are the liberals using the “Der Spiegel” photos of dead Afghanistan civilians as propaganda photos to further an anti-war sentiment? Give us your opinion and earn 5000 loyal listener points.  Click HERE.

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