Hugh Hewitt has commentary and statements from President Bush and U.S. Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee on the Haditha incident, which is currently under investigation.
What we need here is perspective and patience.
If wrong was done by U.S. soldiers, it will be dealt with under America's existing laws. We are not a nation of tyrants or terrorists. Unlike many other nations that consider themselves enemies of the United States, we actually take steps to convict and punish our own wrongdoers, while according them due process of law.
If no wrong was done by American soldiers, then the rush to portray the U.S. troops badly is itself wrong.
And if the truth is somewhere in the middle, or if any wrongs were committed by some but not by others, then we'll sort it all out with time and patience.
This is why we have a system of laws. Not to prevent every act of wrongdoing -- God himself does not do that, and no human being or nation on earth has that kind of power -- but to deter most crimes and, when crimes occur, to detain and punish the wrongdoers.
The U.S. Marines deserve at least some benefit of the doubt. America and its president do too. Anyone who can't can't suspend judgment long enough to wait for the initial investigation to be completed has zero credibility.