Talk:Why do they hate us?

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Cute, but it doesn't belong in the article. It makes offhand reference to the article topic, but does not address or contribute to the topic.

Maybe "they" don't "hate" us at all. . ."

Anthony Hecht of Slapnose reports that, according to the April 22, 2004, Coalition Provisional Authority briefing with Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt, Deputy Director for Coalition Operations, and Dan Senor, Senior Advisor, CPA, Dan Senor reported that

"... our delegation has been told by Fallujan leaders that many of the individuals involved with the violence are on some -- are on various drugs. It is part of what they're using to keep them up to engage in this violence at all hours. And the Fallujans leaders, the political and civic leaders with whom we've been talking, have repeatedly expressed this to be a serious problem, that the drug use by those engaged in the violence is something that we need to address."

Hecht comments: "See that? They don't hate us, they're just zoomin' on shrooms! Not only does this question whether there's any real, non-drug induced anti-American sentiment, it also shows one more example of the power of evil, evil drugs."