Well, you wont see me wringing my hands over the Taliban. Nevertheless, if these events took place as described, an investigation and suitable consequences are certainly warranted.
However, I don't see why this is being linked to the subject of being either pro or anti the war in Iraq. What I do see is anti-war and anti-American people trawling the news to find everything they can that casts the American military and politicians in a bad light. In other words, William Penwell, you don't actually give a toss about those massacred Talibanis, do you? They're just a jolly useful bit of news to advance your anti-American agenda (yeah yeah some of your best friends are American blah blah).
You know what? I'm not an American, I'm a patriotic Brit, yet even I'm sick of the amount of anti-Americanism being exhibited on the discussion board. It's a constant litany of supposed American atrocities, generalised judgements about the American people, and blaming America for problems in other parts of the world.
"Oh no, I'm not anti-American!" you reply? Well if all it does is quack, it's probably a duck. And if all you do is spew negativity about America and Americans, you're probably anti-American.
Oh, and Pleasuredome, if you can't discern the difference between what Hillary posted (entirely unrealistic), and joking about people being used as human shields or tortured to death (very very real), you should pick yourself up and toddle off to buy yourself a sense of perspective. Walmart $9.99.