I'm not satisfied with the information given us concerning this most recent attack.
I believe that it would be in the U.S. interest to have it appear as a suicide bomber rather than a rocket attack.
A rocket attack would point out directly, just how vulnerable the American forces are.
They are sitting ducks!
I was listening to a reporter today while she explained what it was like getting a meal inside the compound which was bombed.
She said that she was in the tent 2 days earlier. She noticed that as soldiers came in to get their meals, they quickly grabbed it and left the tent. She claimed that she interpeted this as "soldiers being so dedicated that they tended to eat-on-the-run. That they were too busy to sit in the tent and enjoy a meal.
However; as she asked soldiers about it, they said that this was not the case. The soldiers had been taking rocket attacks for the past 2 weeks. That is why the soldiers took their food and ran.
I was also thinking about how hard it must be on the troops. Every night as they closed their eyes to sleep, they wonder if their tent will survive a random rocket attack. It must be very hard on the soldiers mental state while living under these conditions day after day. It would be like sitting in your house and waiting for the cops to arrive .... pretty tense!
The U.S. claims that 90% of new Iraqi-trained units quit or run away during a battle. That they are cowards or the like.
I was thinking that they take the U.S. money and march around parade squares with U.S. troops .... but refuse to shoot their own citizens. Just like in the Ukraine recently and where the army and police stayed aside.
I remember Northern Ireland. British soldiers went insane. They were surrounded by enemies and could not identify them.