I read the "talkbacks" in HAARETZ because I am curious as to what other people have to say, and how they react, to serious situations which Israel faces. If I wanted to read a one-sided "rubber stamp" talkback, I would switch to Arutz Sheva (A7.org). By the way, the Jerusalem Post and Yehdiot Aharonot (Ynetnews.com) also have talkbacks, some of which I am sure that you would find offensive. I do not know in what part of Texas you reside but I guess that your local Texas newspaper has "Letters to the Editor." The only difference is that a postage stamp is not required to use talkbacks. You are probably the kind of person that gets very upset when someone else expresses an opinion that is different from yours.
Army: Blast in Korean DMZ wounds two South Korean soldiers (Reuters)
from the article: Lebanon's lessons have not been learned