A Prince and a Soldier

And credit to Harry the soldier, who performed his duty to Great Britain. For ten weeks, the press kept Harry’s deployment a secret. But now Harry’s being sent home, after photos of him in Afghanistan were published on the internet and in the press. The ‘journalists’ who broke the story got their scoop, and in doing so, needlessly endangered the lives of patriotic soldiers. There was no compelling reason to report on Harry’s service in Afghanistan. No public good was served. Shame on those who risked British lives.

Please click here to read the entire article by Kevin Sullivan in the Washington Post.


# William 2008-03-20 22:22
Honour to Prince Harry and shame on Drudge.
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# James L. Owens 2008-03-21 00:17
What a low, mean action. Harry was doing what he was trained for among warriors he was proud to associate with and for a sensational report by a fluff mag lost this opportunity. AS far as Drudge goes, one doesn't need to be a literary critic to understand was crap he puts out.
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