I have read in various places that the italians are 'very angry' over the Sgrena affair. Yeah, they should be angry. They should be angry that their government is subsidizing terror directed at the world's newest democracy. They should be angry that they paid that much ransom money for a crazy witless marxist. They should be angry at the kidnapper/terrorists (ya think?) Are there any, any, italians who see this (sorry) situation for what it truly is? P.S., I was going to say that they should be angry at their bumbling security forces, but I don't want to slam Calipari himself, the agent who was killed in the incident. He was no doubt a great bloke, very good at his job, and put into a stupid situation. Condolences to his family and friends.