O'REILLY: I don't care about the - colonel, I don't care about the people of Fallujah. You're not going to win their hearts and minds. They're going to kill you to the very end. They've proven that. So let's knock this place down.
COWAN: Let's get out of the way and let Iraqis knock it down, so we don't lose any more American lives.
O'REILLY: I don't believe - I absolutely don't believe they can do it. General, how do you see it?
VALLELY: Well, we've got to do it together. We've go to do it quickly. We've got to sanitize that whole city. And keep in mind, Bill, you set an example when you go in there to do that. And when do you that, you get respect. And that's why you go to be tough.
O'REILLY: All right, general, is there any.
VALLELY: (UNINTELLIGIBLE) clean it up.
O'REILLY: .you know it, the colonel knows it. The colonel and I are disagreeing on the tactics, but we know what the final solution should be. Why hasn't the U.S. command done this? And why do they continue to absorb the level of terror that is coming out of -- this isn't a big town. We're not talking about Cincinnati here. Right? It's not a big town?
Billmon has more on similar sentiments elsewhere.