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“what are you talking about you”

Since: Mar 11

schlappington, by god

#23931 Aug 26, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
What do you guys (tea baggers included) think will happen with our potential military involvement in Syria? Think Barack will pull the trigger on some strikes? Think he'll use aircraft or just missiles and drones? Think it'll be just punitive, targeting only chemical weapons caches or do you think he'll rain fire on all of Assad's forces, including his air force, airports and troops?
wat dew awl sewshewlist childruns dew whens thems is cunfruntid with a reel manz jawb?
http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/mediaplay.php...
frig my lifes

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

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#23932 Aug 26, 2013
Weepy wrote:
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Last year's team was set for Big East play and the B12 move should have started this year but understood that they had to move immediately. Unlike the offense, the defense was not set up for the B12 last year where they had to score at least 40 points to win games, Dana's recruting (meaning a majority of players are no longer Bill Stewart's recuits) should take shape this year he also moved to HC a year in advance.
I expected 3 losses last year, they should have won the TCU game and let it slip away and the Sooners game was winnable. I felt from the beginning that WVU was gonna be difficult as adapting to brand new teams and creating new data isnt easy and the B12 was a dtep up from BE.
Think Ford Childress will transfer? He's listed at 3rd string (although I think he'll start this year sooner or later), which means Trickett will start next year too, when William Crest gets here. From the outside, the 4-star Texas Mr. Football with NFL pedigree looks like he could be a career backup. I guess he doesn't have the attitude - a DUI last year and lots of reports of him coming into camp having done NOTHING over the summer. I had big hopes for that kid, and I still think this season has a 2005 feel - when an unknown Pat White came in a few games through the season and torched the nation.

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

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#23933 Aug 26, 2013
Cooterbob wrote:
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wat dew awl sewshewlist childruns dew whens thems is cunfruntid with a reel manz jawb?
http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/mediaplay.php...
frig my lifes
Clinton enforced a no-fly zone. Barack will end the Syrian chemical weapons capabilities from stand-off range. Bush would've invaded Norway. A tea bagger in the White House would probably nuke China over it. Geniuses. Don't forget, you dumbasses tried to give Sarah Palin the launch codes.

Since: Jun 11

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#23934 Aug 26, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
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Think Ford Childress will transfer? He's listed at 3rd string (although I think he'll start this year sooner or later), which means Trickett will start next year too, when William Crest gets here. From the outside, the 4-star Texas Mr. Football with NFL pedigree looks like he could be a career backup. I guess he doesn't have the attitude - a DUI last year and lots of reports of him coming into camp having done NOTHING over the summer. I had big hopes for that kid, and I still think this season has a 2005 feel - when an unknown Pat White came in a few games through the season and torched the nation.
I remember the '05 season, was pissed at VT leaving the BE,(where I seen WVU play the three times I ever watched them live, Blacksburg is much closer to me) and they weren't looked upon doing anything that season and ended up beat Georgia, that Louisville game was a classic.

I hear from many that Childress is someone they want to hold onto, they wanted him ready in 2014, they have Alabama next year.

I think WVU will score points, not all B12 defenses are very good but the defense holding up will be key. I think TTU is the most likely grab among teams they lost to a year ago, that school has been known to be lost on the field outside of Lubbock.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#23935 Aug 26, 2013
What is it you are in doubt about Duh?
Well Duh wrote:
This is what I do not get. Kerry is a known liar about his service record and accounts of the Vietnam war. Why would Obama appoint him and why should we believe anything he said?
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#23936 Aug 26, 2013
Bacon eater.....We will see how Obama responds to Putin. He has said the US and the UN to stay out of it. Putin has already slapped and defied Obama over Snowden. It is like Putin is taunting Obama. How do you think your god will respond?
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#23937 Aug 26, 2013
Sundog....Can Kerry be trusted? Plus I already mentioned to bacon boy about Putin's threat to the US and UN.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#23938 Aug 26, 2013
So this seems to be the senerio. Kerry, whom is known for lying and terrible for oversea relations, replaces Hilary. Then gives a speech as if we will be getting involved. Then Putin, who has already defied and slapped Obama politically with Snowden, is taunting Obama and the UN by telling them they should not get involved. As if Putin is running the show. Then you have Syria, which is like Egypt, in the form that the sides that are fighting each other, are both bad politically and for morals sake. Obama is in a pickle here. What do you think he will do?

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#23939 Aug 26, 2013
But specifically, what are you referring to? Kerry's comments about Syria?
Well Duh wrote:
Sundog....Can Kerry be trusted? Plus I already mentioned to bacon boy about Putin's threat to the US and UN.
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Doctor Who

Germany

#23941 Aug 26, 2013
w vriginy jokes! republicratards!

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

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#23942 Aug 26, 2013
Well Duh wrote:
So this seems to be the senerio. Kerry, whom is known for lying and terrible for oversea relations, replaces Hilary. Then gives a speech as if we will be getting involved. Then Putin, who has already defied and slapped Obama politically with Snowden, is taunting Obama and the UN by telling them they should not get involved. As if Putin is running the show. Then you have Syria, which is like Egypt, in the form that the sides that are fighting each other, are both bad politically and for morals sake. Obama is in a pickle here. What do you think he will do?
Putin is a joke. Nobody takes him seriously since he took the shirtless horseback photos.

I think Obama will order very limited missile and drone strikes against Assad's air forces and chemical weapons depots, and NOT target troops in an effort to give the people a leg up in the war. When the reports of chemical weapons surfaced last year, I thought it wasn't Assad. After all, who has the most to gain from a small chemical attack? Not Assad, that's for sure. But this time it's different. We can't allow those weapons to be used on any citizenry.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#23943 Aug 26, 2013
First of all, we should not get involved, but that's just my opinion. I don't give a rat's ass about Syria or any other country more in the middle east. There's not a million middle eastern lives that is worth sacrificing one US soldier. Not a billion. I could care less what is going on in Syria, that's their problem.

Please keep that comment in mind.

I am not defending this administration. If they get sucked into this, then that is their problem.

However, didn't we just have this discussion a few days ago? I said that if Obama did nothing, he would be a coward. If he does something, republicans will take issue with that too.

Remember though, it is YOUR political leaders have long since been on record calling for our involvement. Just look up the words of Lindsay "In The Closet" Graham and John McCain.

And now, that it is on the table, republicans SUDDENLY have a problem with it.

EXACTLY as predicted.
Well Duh wrote:
So this seems to be the senerio. Kerry, whom is known for lying and terrible for oversea relations, replaces Hilary. Then gives a speech as if we will be getting involved. Then Putin, who has already defied and slapped Obama politically with Snowden, is taunting Obama and the UN by telling them they should not get involved. As if Putin is running the show. Then you have Syria, which is like Egypt, in the form that the sides that are fighting each other, are both bad politically and for morals sake. Obama is in a pickle here. What do you think he will do?
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Since: Jun 11

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#23945 Aug 26, 2013
Doctor Who wrote:
w vriginy jokes! republicratards!
No joke is bigger than Jimmy Love, the Poofmaster.

“Of Course I Can”

Since: Sep 08

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#23946 Aug 26, 2013
Weepy wrote:
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No joke is bigger than Jimmy Love, the Poofmaster.
You do have to give him credit for trying and failing on a consistent basis.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#23947 Aug 26, 2013
Sundog......Then we are in agreement that we should not get involved. Do not worry, both sides will do spinning on this.

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

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#23948 Aug 26, 2013
Sundog - we cannot allow the use of chemical weapons against civilian population. Not under any circumstances. Not ever. Not to quote Will Ferrell, but it's a violation of the Geneva Convention. This isn't a slippery slope. It's a nosedive. If the use of chemical weapons is allowed without repercussions, they will be used again, soon, and likely in places we REALLY don't want to get involved in. Like former Soviet republics.

I am as anti-war a person as you'll find. I'm not swayed by the pictures of suffocating, blistered babies. But ending Assad's ability to use WMDs against his own people IS the peaceful means to an end. I know that our military is at a technological level currently that will allow us to destroy the bulk of Assad's military capabilities from stand-off range. We won't even violate their airspace with manned aircraft. Right now, target packages are being organized and we'll execute them with cruise miissiles and drone strikes. We can do this in our pajamas. To not exercize this option would be a major strategic error.
Wrong again Duh

Kermit, WV

#23949 Aug 26, 2013
During John Kerry's candidacy in the 2004 U.S. presidential campaign, a political issue that gained widespread public attention was Kerry's Vietnam war record. In television advertisements and a book called Unfit for Command, co-authored by John O'Neill and Jerome Corsi, the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth (SBVT), a 527 group later known as the Swift Vets and POWs for Truth, questioned details of his military service record and circumstances relating to the award of his combat medals. Their campaign against Kerry's presidential bid received widespread publicity, but was later discredited and gave rise to the neologism 'swiftboating', to describe an unfair or untrue political attack. Defenders of John Kerry's service record, including nearly all of his former crewmates, have stated that SBVT's allegations are false
Arthur

United States

#23950 Aug 26, 2013
bacon hater wrote:
Sundog - we cannot allow the use of chemical weapons against civilian population. Not under any circumstances. Not ever. Not to quote Will Ferrell, but it's a violation of the Geneva Convention. This isn't a slippery slope. It's a nosedive. If the use of chemical weapons is allowed without repercussions, they will be used again, soon, and likely in places we REALLY don't want to get involved in. Like former Soviet republics.
I am as anti-war a person as you'll find. I'm not swayed by the pictures of suffocating, blistered babies. But ending Assad's ability to use WMDs against his own people IS the peaceful means to an end. I know that our military is at a technological level currently that will allow us to destroy the bulk of Assad's military capabilities from stand-off range. We won't even violate their airspace with manned aircraft. Right now, target packages are being organized and we'll execute them with cruise miissiles and drone strikes. We can do this in our pajamas. To not exercize this option would be a major strategic error.
I think odds are greatly in the favor of the revels being the ones who used gas, not Assad. Perfect setup to drag us in, which is what the rebels want. They cant win on their own and they know it. Why would Assad use them when he can kick their ass without them, knowing there is a good possibly it would draw us in and be his ending? Answer is he wouldnt, but the rebels would and make it look like Assad did it. Either way, are we going to spend out money and risk lives to overthrow Assad and put in terrorists? Assad is the lesser of 2 evils, and the more time these scumbags spend fighting eachother, the less time they are trying to kill us. We need to stay out of it. Obama is a fool if he does anything. Let France or the UN handle it if they want, without our money. If what many say are true, and Obama secretly supports terrorist, he will attack and overthrow. We will see. The majority of the country is against intervention, but Obama doesnt care about the will of the people who elected him. He does as he pleases.
Well Duh

Ashburn, VA

#23951 Aug 26, 2013
Arthur....we will see what Obama does. He is now in a no win situation.

“Our founders”

Since: May 13

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#23952 Aug 26, 2013
No one says that Obama supports terrorists. Don't be a dumbass.

Assad can't win. He's outnumbered. The rebels, I believe, would gas their own people. But they simply don't have the infrastructure - jets, missiles - to airburst a large device like the one that was used. Assad wants this to end, and he's feeling us out to see how far he can go. He also would welcome our involvement in hopes that he can withstand the opening blows and declare a victory, garnering him more credibility. He must be dealt with decisively and immediately. He will.

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