July 26th, 2010
05:28 PM ET
soundoff (7 Responses)
  1. Sedonic

    Looks like we got a new breed here - liberal patriotards. Yep, if it's Obama's war, it's gotta be good!

    Pitiful, and oh so predictable.

    July 27, 2010 at 9:58 am |
  2. Julie

    When Greed supercedes humanity and integrity. More and more everyday occurance. Pitiful. Hang the buzzards that leaked and sue the Wekileaks.

    July 27, 2010 at 7:39 am |
  3. Robert Lui

    These docs are nothing more but duty blotter......airing them or making them public betrays our uniformed forces out to do the work that has been tasked to them. Wikileaks makes the case of the injustices perpetrated by both the insurgents and allied forces. Duh....this is war. If war coverage was done in real time in WWII as it is done now, you'd see injustices a 100 times more and a 100 times worse. Stop trying to make "war" a civilized affair that is to played out by observing etiquette and rules. Wikileaks is just another left leaning, idealistic cause of nerdy do-gooders that should take a hike to the other side.

    July 27, 2010 at 2:09 am |
  4. Matt Wojton (Greensburg, PA)

    WikiLeaks isn't thinking about our sons or daughters in harms way.I'm very disturbed that these people are doing this without any regard about our soldiers. It's a war. People die,and the goal is to win the war.Innocent people die.The taliban are using civilians as shields and our govt ties the hands of our troops. The people that are leaking this info have no regard for the safety of our troops. The spokesman of Wikileaks wouldn't last a day doing what our troops do for our country. They are cowards using our troops to make a buck.

    July 26, 2010 at 11:57 pm |
  5. Lisa Oaks

    I'm always amazed at how out of touch with reality of cost of human life that these Wikileaks people speak of releasing current war documents and how their actions will not be responsible for the loss of our military and or civilian informants lives who don't want to live under the hammer of the taliban. Representing Wikileaks, Julie, I can't recall his last name, he spoke on your show in his English accent with the attitude much like the BP executives, with an attitude of utter disregard for others lives as if they have no value but what he does and said has all the importance of a ruling king. What an arrogant, disregard for human life, God help them when they rub the taliban the wrong way and need the military to help them. Karma

    July 26, 2010 at 11:25 pm |
  6. Annie Kate

    Imminently corruptible – so these "documents" may be false/doctored and not legitimate at all. If they are I hope it will be the end of wikileaks.

    July 26, 2010 at 10:02 pm |
  7. Locksley

    Why am I not hearing of criminal prosecution of those who collaborated in leaking these classified documents. It is obvious that these actions are taken to put more pressure on President Obama. It is time for him to show some backbone of steel and show that these things cannot be allowed to go unpunished.
    I understand the guy who published these documents will be on CNN tonight. Is it time for the Feds to move in and make a public arrest on prime time TV? H'mmmm....

    July 26, 2010 at 6:38 pm |