You don't need to change that many words, really.
It's pathetic when someone plays the anti-American card to try to quell real debate. Can't argue with the facts? Then just call the other guy anti-American. It's easy, it's quick, and it makes opponents feel all ashamed. Except, that's become such a cliche, it's all but meaningless except to politicians and corporate cowards. It's also dishonest, cowardly, lame, childish, weak, foolish, ignorant, vile, absurd and just plain stupid.
That's James Hudnall again. Way with words, that one.
The words I changed, by the bye, were "racist" to "anti-American" and "whitey" to "opponents". The last one is weak, I admit, but I couldn't come up with anything suitable. LIE-berals? EU-rocrats? Pathetic. Also lame, childish, weak, foolish, igno-- never mind.
Did a search of the site, and most uses of "whitey" are actually me quoting someone else. Usually a white someone else. I don't know any black people who use the term regularly, to be honest.
But, y'know, why argue with the facts?
Across the village, sharp explosions were detonating in the courtyards and doorways of the little homes. "The Americans were throwing stun grenades at us and smoke grenades," Mohamedin recalls. "They were throwing dozens of them at us and they were shouting and screaming all the time. We didn't understand their language, but there were Afghan gunmen with them, too, Afghans with blackened faces. Several began to tie up our women our own women and the Americans were lifting their burqas, their covering, to look at their faces. That's when the little girl was seen running away." Abdul Satar says that she was three years old, that she ran shrieking in fear from her home, that her name was Zarguna, the daughter of a man called Abdul-Shakour many Afghans have only one name and that someone saw her topple into the village's 60ft well on the other side of the mosque. During the night, she was to drown there, alone, her back apparently broken by the fall. Other village children would find her body in the morning.
That's arch-villain Robert Fisk, writing about our actions in Afghanistan. The warbloggers deal with things like this by insulting him and demanding that no one bore them with tales of civilian deaths among the lesser races.
Sorry about that, for any of you reading. I expect I should add categories, and allow visitors to filter out things they don't want to hear.
Though you seem to handle that fairly well on your own.