I never knew soldiers in combat were so clean. I mean the spit polish and the pleats in the camouflage, I was impressed. Not a drop of blood on him, that's an efficient soldier Prince if I ever saw one. Better than what you get from Hollywood or on TV. And if all that wasn't enough, he went into Afghanistan undercover, secret even, like the greatest British professional killer of all time. Who was so good he had a license to kill, I'm talking about the one and only James Bond 007. Prince Harry the latest greatest asset in Her Majesty's Military. I will never forget the palpable excitement of watching the video of Prince Harry shooting that machine gun at Islamo Terrorists. I especially liked it when he pulled that slider back to lock and load and then just kept firing that thing. I saw it on the Today show Monday Feb. 29, I'm sure it's now on Youtube.
It's a good thing the British are our friends, I'd hate to have Prince Harry shooting up my town. To make matters worse, after the British defeated America we'd all have to watch the Videos of Prince Harry's triumph. That look of a victorious warrior in his eye as he eyed the piles of American corpses gunned down, caught in his sites as he just kept firing that machine gun. I have no doubt that the late Princess Diana would be nothing short of Royally proud of her young warrior. She would be even more pleased to know that Prince Harry did not need to use a single land mine in claiming his conquests. Princess Diana was against the use of landmines, remember?
I saw the video. The videographer must have been British too as the video stream was so steady and true. Not once did the camera shake or waver in it's mission to bring the glorious images of British Royalty standing up to Al Qaeda in person, right on the spot, in the heat of battle for freedom. Prince Harry spent practically two months in Afghanistan. It's time to get him out of there. There's just no telling what would happen to Western Civilization if the Islamo Terrorists ever got their hands on Some British Royalty. I mean besides the price of gasoline going up on fears that there might be a hitch in the British Royal Line of succession.
You might get the notion that I am finding humor in the Prince being in Afghanistan. But that's not true. Americans have had their brand of Royalty in the heat of battle too. I remember Pat Tillman for one. It's sad that Pat Tillman couldn't enjoy the honors his proud country and military bestowed on him, regrettably, posthumously. Pat Tillman left a career in American Pro football to go and serve his country in the now endless battle against the Terrorists in both Iraq and Afghanistan. He obviously earned the respect of his squad mates and died doing what he felt was right. We just don't seem to have the videos of Pat Tillman during the heat of battle like we do for Prince Harry of Great Britain.
Anyway, prince Harry is back home or will be soon. Perhaps just in time for Tea. He now stands as a shining example of just what service to your country means. Apparently he didn't have to go, but he went anyway. I hope all troops in these wars will draw inspiration from Prince Harry. I wish the troops now on their third or fourth tour, those troops still serving because of the stop loss clause in their contract will all draw some inspiration from Prince Harry being willing to put himself in harms way for the cause of Freedom. I for one can't wait to see the full length motion picture.