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Could you kindly qualify "African Americans" for me? Do you include Caucasians who can trace their heritage in Egypt to more than 10,000 years ago? And what do you can a Caucasian fro Egypt who is an American citizen?
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Hummm, I guess you too are unable to answer that question. Me race obsessed? Just ask Justice Clarence Thomas whether he is a African-anything and catch his response.
There is no response from Thomas. It's well known the man has not spoken since he was appointed to the court.

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Have you ever read a newspaper in your life?
Have you ever watched any news on TV in your life?
OF COURSE THERE IS A DEVIL.
lol
I only get that feeling watching fox.

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Aug 17, 2013
 
Love it, love it, love it. Just yesterday one of you Libtards posted a .... 2007 article about al-Qaeda not being a problem in Iraq and I countered it with a 2013 article which basically said that al-Qaeda was flourishing in Iraq starting when Obama pulled our people out of Iraq.
But the reason why Iraq and Obama could not strike a deal two years ago was because Obama did not want a deal, he just wanted us out before the 2012 election. And now they are begging for our help.
What's Obummer Boy to do? What should he do? Hummmmm, he will think about it for a few years and by then he will be out of office and he will blame it on ..... Bush!!!
Oh, my opinion, we should have pulled out of Iraq just as soon as Saddamn Hussein was killed. And we should have pulled out of Afghanistan just as soon as UBL was killed too.

Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press, August 16, 2013

WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
His comments come 20 months after the U.S. military left Iraq because the two countries could not agree to keep some American troops there to bolster security.

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Love it, love it, love it. Just yesterday one of you Libtards posted a .... 2007 article about al-Qaeda not being a problem in Iraq and I countered it with a 2013 article which basically said that al-Qaeda was flourishing in Iraq starting when Obama pulled our people out of Iraq.
But the reason why Iraq and Obama could not strike a deal two years ago was because Obama did not want a deal, he just wanted us out before the 2012 election. And now they are begging for our help.
What's Obummer Boy to do? What should he do? Hummmmm, he will think about it for a few years and by then he will be out of office and he will blame it on ..... Bush!!!
Oh, my opinion, we should have pulled out of Iraq just as soon as Saddamn Hussein was killed. And we should have pulled out of Afghanistan just as soon as UBL was killed too.
Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press, August 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
His comments come 20 months after the U.S. military left Iraq because the two countries could not agree to keep some American troops there to bolster security.
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Rogue Moron is very, very happy that a country invaded on dubious grounds by his moron heros is left smoldering only a few short years later. That is why Rogue Moron is a giant piece of human waste.
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Aug 17, 2013
 
Let no one criticize our Heroes!

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Can't believe what I am about to say here....
But I am going to have to defend Patton here.
Patton understood that the Russians were our only future competition. The move may have been morally outrageous...however, it made perfect military sense.
I don't like a lot of things about the guy, but if I needed a general for my tank division...
He would be my second choice behind Rommel.
I consider that extraordinary praise of his leadership and dumb luck.
Morally, not to mention militarily outrageous. He was a great general, a genius, but then geniuses are not always overflowing with common sense, as per another genius, McArthur who wanted to do to China what Patton wanted to do to Russia. Morally and militarily stupid. Truman was right to put the brakes on in both cases.

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Can't believe what I am about to say here....
But I am going to have to defend Patton here.
Patton understood that the Russians were our only future competition. The move may have been morally outrageous...however, it made perfect military sense.
I don't like a lot of things about the guy, but if I needed a general for my tank division...
He would be my second choice behind Rommel.
I consider that extraordinary praise of his leadership and dumb luck.
In my humble opinion, Patton was superior to Rommel. Even though the latter was out-tanked in numbers, one of his Tigers was worth 3 Shermans any day. Shermans didn't have the armour nor the gun to compete with Rommel's tanks, not to mention their gas engines instead of diesel, making them burning coffins when hit. And yet, Patton beat him and later tore across Europe with the same outgunned and out-armoured tanks.

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Love it, love it, love it. Just yesterday one of you Libtards posted a .... 2007 article about al-Qaeda not being a problem in Iraq and I countered it with a 2013 article which basically said that al-Qaeda was flourishing in Iraq starting when Obama pulled our people out of Iraq.
But the reason why Iraq and Obama could not strike a deal two years ago was because Obama did not want a deal, he just wanted us out before the 2012 election. And now they are begging for our help.
What's Obummer Boy to do? What should he do? Hummmmm, he will think about it for a few years and by then he will be out of office and he will blame it on ..... Bush!!!
Oh, my opinion, we should have pulled out of Iraq just as soon as Saddamn Hussein was killed. And we should have pulled out of Afghanistan just as soon as UBL was killed too.
Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press, August 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
His comments come 20 months after the U.S. military left Iraq because the two countries could not agree to keep some American troops there to bolster security.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
Follow us:@washtimes on Twitter
Hey, hey, I repeat, there was no Al Qaeda in Iraq prior to the 2003 "Mission Accomplished" invasion. Neither were there any Iranians. Or WMDs. Plenty of those now. And more killing than murderer Saddam could ever dream of.

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Aug 17, 2013
 
Justice LRS wrote:
Let no one criticize our Heroes!
http://www.youtube.com/watch...
I dare you to name me one "libtard" (Rogue,tm reg'd), or one sheeple (GB KFC tm reg') who ever criticized even ONE honest soldier (solier to include all services) who took part in ANY armed conflict. Name me one.

You're confused with the reason for being in any conflict. Nothing to do with the men and women serving.

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Aug 17, 2013
 
Jacques,
Speaking of conflicts, the Muslim Brotherhood has given Islam another black eye.
Political Islam is a failure and the sooner President Obama says so forcefully and publicly, the better off the world will be.

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Aug 17, 2013
 
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Could you kindly qualify "African Americans" for me? Do you include Caucasians who can trace their heritage in Egypt to more than 10,000 years ago? And what do you can a Caucasian fro Egypt who is an American citizen?
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I am race obsessed? I don't run around calling myself a Euro-American, do I?!? Did I refer to G.W. Bush as a Euro-American president, do I?!?
I'd be pretty amazed if anyone could trace their history to Egypt 10,000 years ago, as written history is only about 5,000 years old.

typical conservative, stupid.

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Jacques,
Speaking of conflicts, the Muslim Brotherhood has given Islam another black eye.
Political Islam is a failure and the sooner President Obama says so forcefully and publicly, the better off the world will be.
no, religious extremism is a political disaster. Look at Tunisia (highest % of adults with a college education), Algeria, Morocco, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Muslim countries that are peaceful and tolerant.

BTW the source of the vast majority of unrest in the Middle East is from "our" ally Saudi Arabia and its sect of Sunni Islam Wahhabbism.

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Aug 17, 2013
 
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Isn't it odd that on-line news from, the other wise LSM, cover issues that avoid on live TV. Why? Easy, most Libtards can't read.
Don't think so? Easy, just go to any ghetto and see. And 90+% of them are .... Liberals who are only capable of watching TV!
'Horrible': Christian churches across Egypt stormed, torched
By Sarah Sirgany and Laura Smith-Spark, CNN August 16, 2013
Kafr Hakim, Egypt (CNN)-- For 67 years, the Virgin Mary Church has been a peaceful refuge for Shenouda El Sayeh, much like the Giza province village of Kafr Hakim where it rests and where he has lived all those years.
But, as he swept its floors on Thursday, it was painfully obvious things had changed.
The night before, a mob -- chanting against Coptic Christians such as El Sayeh and calling for Egypt to become an "Islamic state" -- had torched and looted the Virgin Mary Church.
"I didn't expect this to happen," El Sayeh said.
He's not alone. Christians all around Egypt are cleaning up in the aftermath of a spate of attacks, which came on the country's deadliest day since the 2011 revolution that overthrew longtime President Hosni Mubarak.
Bishop Angaelos, the Cairo-born head of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the United Kingdom, said he was told by colleagues in Egypt that 52 churches were attacked in a 24-hour span that started Wednesday, as well as numerous Christians' homes and businesses.
Ishak Ibrahim, a researcher with the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, told CNN he had confirmed attacks on at least 30 churches so far, in addition to the targeting of church-related facilities, including schools and cultural centers.
Those churches reportedly set ablaze Wednesday included St. George Church in Sohag, a city south of Cairo on the Nile River.
sometimes the birth of Democracy isn't pretty. It usually involves a war. Hmmm, let me think I seem to recall an 8 year war for Democracy called THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

But what can I expect from someone who thinks wrtitten history goes back 10,000 years?

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Aug 17, 2013
 
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Love it, love it, love it. Just yesterday one of you Libtards posted a .... 2007 article about al-Qaeda not being a problem in Iraq and I countered it with a 2013 article which basically said that al-Qaeda was flourishing in Iraq starting when Obama pulled our people out of Iraq.
al Qaeda was flourishing in Iraq from about 2004 on. who do you think we were fighting? who do you think were the "insurgents" Sunni Muslims afraid of retribution from the Shia they oppressed for decades under Saddam.
NEWSFLASH for ya AL QAEDA IS A SUNNI MUSLIM ORGANIZATION.
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But the reason why Iraq and Obama could not strike a deal two years ago was because Obama did not want a deal, he just wanted us out before the 2012 election.
No, because the Iraqi wanted to be able to try American troops for crimes in Iraqi courts. Thet insisted it be part odf the status of forces Agreement.
Besides numbnuts, it was George W Bush who signed an agreement to pull out all combat troops by 2012, not President Obama
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And now they are begging for our help.
What's Obummer Boy to do? What should he do? Hummmmm, he will think about it for a few years and by then he will be out of office and he will blame it on ..... Bush!!!
exactkt where the blame belongs, Saddam kept Iraq peaceful and al Qaeda out.
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Oh, my opinion, we should have pulled out of Iraq just as soon as Saddamn Hussein was killed.
if President Dumbya had enough intelligence to ask his father, we would have never gone in and taken Saddam out.
BIGGEST FOREIGN POLICY SCREW UP IN THE HISTORY OF THE USA
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And we should have pulled out of Afghanistan just as soon as UBL was killed too.
WOW, you're actually showing some signs on intelligence!
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Iraq to U.S.: Can you send us some drones to deal with al Qaeda?
By Lara Jakes-Associated Press, August 16, 2013
WASHINGTON — Iraq’s top diplomat says lethal U.S. drones could be based in Iraq to help fight a growing threat by al Qaeda.
The Iraqi foreign minister is Hoshyar Zebari.
SEE ALSO: Al Qaeda drives Iraq toward chaos; U.S. withdrawal left door open to sectarian battle for power
Zebari said Friday that Iraqi forces need U.S. help with surveillance and analyzing intelligence. He suggests that an unspecified but limited number of American counterterror advisers could be stationed in Iraq to help its military deter a recent spike in deadly attacks.
His comments come 20 months after the U.S. military left Iraq because the two countries could not agree to keep some American troops there to bolster security.
Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/aug/...
Follow us:@washtimes on Twitter
Something people with intelligence knew would happen if we took out Saddam. there is nothing we can do to stop it. we just need to stay out, it is out of our control
maybe you should change your name to Rogue Dunce and sit in the corner with a cone shaped hat

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no, religious extremism is a political disaster. Look at Tunisia (highest % of adults with a college education), Algeria, Morocco, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Muslim countries that are peaceful and tolerant.
BTW the source of the vast majority of unrest in the Middle East is from "our" ally Saudi Arabia and its sect of Sunni Islam Wahhabbism.
Great post accompanied by great truths.
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I dare you to name me one "libtard" (Rogue,tm reg'd), or one sheeple (GB KFC tm reg') who ever criticized even ONE honest soldier (solier to include all services) who took part in ANY armed conflict. Name me one.
You're confused with the reason for being in any conflict. Nothing to do with the men and women serving.
Leave it to the azz to take exception! psycho Why exactly are you here again, canadian? Seems as though you're the one confused, not me. PATH
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Karma is a_______ wrote:
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al Qaeda was flourishing in Iraq from about 2004 on. who do you think we were fighting? who do you think were the "insurgents" Sunni Muslims afraid of retribution from the Shia they oppressed for decades under Saddam.
NEWSFLASH for ya AL QAEDA IS A SUNNI MUSLIM ORGANIZATION.
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No, because the Iraqi wanted to be able to try American troops for crimes in Iraqi courts. Thet insisted it be part odf the status of forces Agreement.
Besides numbnuts, it was George W Bush who signed an agreement to pull out all combat troops by 2012, not President Obama
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exactkt where the blame belongs, Saddam kept Iraq peaceful and al Qaeda out.
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if President Dumbya had enough intelligence to ask his father, we would have never gone in and taken Saddam out.
BIGGEST FOREIGN POLICY SCREW UP IN THE HISTORY OF THE USA
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WOW, you're actually showing some signs on intelligence!
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Something people with intelligence knew would happen if we took out Saddam. there is nothing we can do to stop it. we just need to stay out, it is out of our control
maybe you should change your name to Rogue Dunce and sit in the corner with a cone shaped hat
I disagree.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/articles/al-qae...
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In my humble opinion, Patton was superior to Rommel. Even though the latter was out-tanked in numbers, one of his Tigers was worth 3 Shermans any day. Shermans didn't have the armour nor the gun to compete with Rommel's tanks, not to mention their gas engines instead of diesel, making them burning coffins when hit. And yet, Patton beat him and later tore across Europe with the same outgunned and out-armoured tanks.
Please replace "humble" with "azzhole", thanks!
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Empathy for a homesick snowbird
I was in Scottsdale, AZ the other day. I saw a bumper sticker on a parked car that read:
"I miss Chicago."
So I broke the window, stole the radio, shot out two of the tires, added an Obama bumper sticker and left a note that read,
"Hope this helps.”

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seriously dude you are going to use an interview with one of the men (Tony Blair or Bush's lapdog) responsible for the invasion and toppling Saddam in a magazine from owned by the man (Bill Kristol) who started PNAC, which advocated toppling of Saddam as evidence that Al Qaeda was in Iraq under Saddam's rule???

that's too too rich

Listen, I have some land for sale in southern Louisiana

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