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St Stephen

Grand Rapids, MI

#21 Feb 8, 2013
Dr X wrote:
Everyone please read this.
http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/arti...
I hope this guy is wrong.
Canada Free Press??

Do you lick windows and do your knuckles scrape the ground when you walk? Is your tinfoil hat in the shape of a cowboy hat or a fedora? There is a difference you know....
vox veritatis

Grand Rapids, MI

#22 Feb 8, 2013
St Stephen wrote:
Please...tell me when the left was so upset.
Just most recently: 2000-2008? Then again...seems they're still upset, poor dears.
Dr X

Byron Center, MI

#23 Feb 8, 2013
St Stephen wrote:
<quoted text>
Canada Free Press??
Do you lick windows and do your knuckles scrape the ground when you walk? Is your tinfoil hat in the shape of a cowboy hat or a fedora? There is a difference you know....
Well, we all know that your a mean-spirited liberal woman with a severe case of constant menopause. You don't like any news source except the Kool-Aide induced media idiocy machine emanating from leftist cabal. YOU'RE A DUMBCUNT AS WELL.
Really

Berrien Springs, MI

#24 Feb 8, 2013
vox veritatis wrote:
<quoted text>
Just most recently: 2000-2008? Then again...seems they're still upset, poor dears.
They are always upset and angry. If they had ever learned how to discuss things like adults without name calling and demeaning, they could relax. The doctor has prescribed happy pills, but they suspect him of being obligated to business AND a Republican so they won't take the meds.

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#25 Feb 10, 2013
I just wonder,.......under the Bush administration, liberals were all upset about them capturing suspected terrorist's and holding them at Gitmo. But they have no problem with the Obama administration blowing them to pieces with his drones.
How many innocent children were killed at Gitmo, vs the amount killed by these drones?

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#26 Feb 11, 2013
Gville Jim wrote:
I just wonder,.......under the Bush administration, liberals were all upset about them capturing suspected terrorist's and holding them at Gitmo. But they have no problem with the Obama administration blowing them to pieces with his drones.
How many innocent children were killed at Gitmo, vs the amount killed by these drones?
Perhap's you might advise us, on just how we should handle the Gitmo situation?
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#27 Feb 11, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Perhap's you might advise us, on just how we should handle the Gitmo situation?
That's easy...... Elect a Republican to torture them instead!

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#28 Feb 11, 2013
I dont know the answers Blue, or Bob.
I just brought up a point.
On one hand, there was the Bush administration, that captured, and incarcerated suspected terrorist's, and on the other hand ther is the Obama administration, that just blows them to smitherines killing everyone around them.
Which is worse?
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#29 Feb 12, 2013
Gville Jim wrote:
I dont know the answers Blue, or Bob.
I just brought up a point.
On one hand, there was the Bush administration, that captured, and incarcerated suspected terrorist's, and on the other hand ther is the Obama administration, that just blows them to smitherines killing everyone around them.
Which is worse?
Ah yes, Herr Bush the white knight rode into the middle east capturing the terrorists while not harming the hair on the head of a single noncombatant. Dubyah imprisoned all those people, and made the whole world safer by making sure that they weren't abused......

When we heard things like Enhanced Interrogation, Abu Gharib, and slight allusions to CIA operated camps in foreign countries, that was all just a fabrication of the lame stream media....

I'll even bet that all those civilians that got shot up by Black Water weren't really shot at all!

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#30 Feb 12, 2013
Gville Jim wrote:
I dont know the answers Blue, or Bob.
I just brought up a point.
On one hand, there was the Bush administration, that captured, and incarcerated suspected terrorist's, and on the other hand ther is the Obama administration, that just blows them to smitherines killing everyone around them.
Which is worse?
This morning on the CBS Morning show, Dick Cheney was interviewed and he seemed to like both ways....he actaully agreed with President Obama on every use, so far for the drone technology.....Sometimes, we aren't all so different, as some would prefer.....
quzluz

Pittsburgh, PA

#31 Feb 12, 2013
youtube.com/watch...
Goverment at Work,,not legal also a person can shoot done the drone thats a threat tp property or life of his or hires own.

Shoot done the drones
Mark Luxford

Grand Rapids, MI

#32 Feb 12, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Do you have proof that said citizens have reneged on their citizenship? Otherwise, it is US citizens he his murdering at will. Odd how the progressives and left were screaming and carrying on about actual terrorists being tortured for information, but now that it's American citizens being murdered, all is fine. This begs the question: Did the progressives actually care about the terrorists or was their weeping and wailing because it was a Republican president? I'm guessing it is the 2nd one since the progressives don't honestly care about American citizens being murdered.
Please allow me to educate you on one little point. A person doesn't lose their citizenship just by saying they no longer wanted to be an American citizen Removing citizenship involves a legal process. And in answer to your last point, the 3 American citizens killed through drone strikes were "American Islamic terrorists". What is the operant word in that phrase, "American" or "Islamic terrorist"?

And please go back to my first post in this thread where I discussed what I learned in that class I'm taking. Because neither the criminal justice system nor the military justice system have proved suitable for handling cases involving Islamic terrorists, a new body of law has emerged---terrorism law. So those American citizens killed in drone strikes may not have received due process under our criminal justice system but they may have received due process under the new terrorism law system that is emerging.
Mark Luxbigot

United States

#33 Feb 12, 2013
"Please allow me to educate you" - what an arrogant bigot you are, and an ignorant one at that. I bet you have lots of friends, being so condescending as you are.

Please allow me to educate you that there is no such word as "operant." Try getting a real education first before you come back to lecture us again.
Really

Berrien Springs, MI

#34 Feb 12, 2013
Mark Luxbigot wrote:
"Please allow me to educate you" - what an arrogant bigot you are, and an ignorant one at that. I bet you have lots of friends, being so condescending as you are.
Please allow me to educate you that there is no such word as "operant." Try getting a real education first before you come back to lecture us again.
It's okay...the arrogance of the left is nothing new. For whatever reason, they can't just make their point without being demeaning and talking down to the great unwashed. It would be cute if it wasn't so nauseating.
Really

Berrien Springs, MI

#35 Feb 12, 2013
Mark Luxford wrote:
<quoted text>
Please allow me to educate you on one little point. A person doesn't lose their citizenship just by saying they no longer wanted to be an American citizen Removing citizenship involves a legal process. And in answer to your last point, the 3 American citizens killed through drone strikes were "American Islamic terrorists". What is the operant word in that phrase, "American" or "Islamic terrorist"?
And please go back to my first post in this thread where I discussed what I learned in that class I'm taking. Because neither the criminal justice system nor the military justice system have proved suitable for handling cases involving Islamic terrorists, a new body of law has emerged---terrorism law. So those American citizens killed in drone strikes may not have received due process under our criminal justice system but they may have received due process under the new terrorism law system that is emerging.
Is this "new terrorism law system" completed yet or is Obama being a maverick of which you approve wholeheartedly while complaining bitterly about Bush being a maverick??? Just askin

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#36 Feb 12, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>It's okay...the arrogance of the left is nothing new. For whatever reason, they can't just make their point without being demeaning and talking down to the great unwashed. It would be cute if it wasn't so nauseating.
...Like this?....
Really

Berrien Springs, MI

#37 Feb 12, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>...Like this?....
Wasn't addressing you oh thin skinned one. However, if the shoe fits, you are more than welcome to wear it.:)

Since: Mar 09

Grandville, MI

#38 Feb 12, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Ah yes, Herr Bush the white knight rode into the middle east capturing the terrorists while not harming the hair on the head of a single noncombatant. Dubyah imprisoned all those people, and made the whole world safer by making sure that they weren't abused......
When we heard things like Enhanced Interrogation, Abu Gharib, and slight allusions to CIA operated camps in foreign countries, that was all just a fabrication of the lame stream media....
I'll even bet that all those civilians that got shot up by Black Water weren't really shot at all!
I just asked a simple question Bob, thats all.
I never mentioned Black Water.
I'm not taking one side or the other.
It was just a simple question, that I dont know the answer to.
What's worse, what happened under Bush, or what is going on now with the drone strikes?
Did'nt mean to ruffle any feathers.
Really

Berrien Springs, MI

#39 Feb 13, 2013
Gville Jim wrote:
<quoted text>I just asked a simple question Bob, thats all.
I never mentioned Black Water.
I'm not taking one side or the other.
It was just a simple question, that I dont know the answer to.
What's worse, what happened under Bush, or what is going on now with the drone strikes?
Did'nt mean to ruffle any feathers.
The mere fact that you dared to disagree with Bob, Stevie, Blue, and Obama ruffled feathers. They are the be all end all of the knowledge of such serious events, didn't you know that?
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Plymouth, MI

#40 Feb 13, 2013
Bob wrote:
<quoted text>
Yup, that it is.
Did your home school teacher ever explain to you about the use of deadly force? Military and civilian police forces have had the right to kill certain citizens for years if they thought that the person's escape MAY present a danger to others in the future.
Not much difference here other than the fact of who authorized it.
World Police for Jurisdiction..... Got a DVD by the South Park Directors for you to watch........

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