I am currently reading "Lone Suvivor" in between calls here at work where the fluorescent lights make it easy to read. It's the story of Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell of Texas, who was the lone survivor of SEAL team 10 in an operation in the mountains of Afghanistan, where he lost three of his teammates, one of whom was his best friend. I cannot help but agree with this warrior when he said the following on pages 40-41 of his book, which I here quote: My heart goes out to these warriors, and my disgusted amusement goes to those who draw rules of engagement exposing their absolute ignorance about conditions in battle and what our men go through psychologically, psychiatrically, and emotionally. Many of these politicians and liberal media's experience in combat have most likely been a simulated one at the video malls. May there be someone with more sense soon who will revise the Rules of Engagement in favor of our guys.