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Of course the Taliban didn’t go the full Mooch in their effort to have their terrorist leaders returned.
But if they had resorted to a hashtag campaign to shame the United States into returning their leaders, it might have looked something like this:
Why Are We Releasing Terrorists Who Kill Girls Because They Go To School?
Democrats have been promoting the idea that they stand firmly against a “War on Women.” So how come President Obama just released some of that war’s worst aggressors?
I’m talking about the “Taliban Dream Team” who were just traded for ransomed soldier Bowe Bergdahl.
These were top officials in the Taliban regime: a provincial governor, a deputy defense minister, a deputy intelligence minister, a top arms smuggler, and a top Taliban military commander. Two of them are wanted by the United Nations for war crimes committed against Afghanistan’s Shiites.
But it seems some people have forgotten the long catalog of the Taliban’s crimes. …
… like: bombing schools because they let girls play sports; shooting a girl in the head because she stands up for her right to be educated; horribly mutilating women to punish them for disobedience in their roles as marital slaves; dragging a 7-year-old out of the yard where he is playing and hanging him from a tree because his grandfather spoke out against the Taliban. [The Federalist]
But the Taliban didn’t have to resort to a hashtag campaign to gain the release of their baby killers.
The Taliban is probably a little back-woodsy about these things anyway…
All they really had to do was wait…
Barack Obama’s good that way…
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