You know, Adam posted a video that showed Americans shooting a wounded iraqi next to his gun while cheering... Well I saw it again on CNN late last night but I got quite a different interpretation. The feature was about how many young soldiers have to live with killing, and how it affects them down the road. The same interview with the sargent who was quoted in saying "hell yea, lets go do it again" was also shown, but it also opened up another part of the same interview in which he was talking about his regrets afterwards. Talking about how he knew that the guy had probably had a wife and kids and talking about how it has been haunting him. He stated that the cheer was something of adrenaline, and that he was ashamed of it. It also showed several ww2 vets talking about the exhiliration of killing, and the post-mordam afterwards. So, I just think it is kind of funny how someone can take a short excerpt of an interview and use it for its exact opposite purpose. I feel kinda sheepish for falling into it. True, it was an atrocious act, but the interview afterwards which portrayed the sargent as being an ignorant barbarian was completely wrong.