Pakistan reacts angrily to U.S. comments

Pakistan reacts angrily to U.S. comments

There are 12 comments on the CNN story from May 4, 2011, titled Pakistan reacts angrily to U.S. comments. In it, CNN reports that:

The United States is pressing Pakistani authorities for answers about how Osama bin Laden could have lived close to a major military base near Pakistan's capital without the government knowing, two senior U.S. officials said Wednesday.

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paul

Waikanae, New Zealand

#1 May 4, 2011
The pakis have been hiding him for years thyey are no friend of America or the west in general the country is terrorism central.
Jack

United States

#2 May 4, 2011
At least Obama had the nads to go there to get him.

“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#3 May 4, 2011
Jack wrote:
At least Obama had the nads to go there to get him.
http://www.slate.com/id/2293009...
b4its2late

Bethlehem, PA

#4 May 4, 2011
Pakistan is another country that need a serious bitch slap
b4its2late

Bethlehem, PA

#6 May 5, 2011
We seriously need to start telling our "friends" how its going to be.
Jack

United States

#7 May 5, 2011
Maybe we could send back all their cab drivers and 7/11 owners. LOL
Orthodox Christ

Berlin, Germany

#8 May 6, 2011
paul wrote:
The pakis have been hiding him for years thyey are no friend of America or the west in general the country is terrorism central.
How many dead civilians in Iraq and in Afghanistan are the USA responsible for?
Have you studied the statistics how many civilians did the USA killed through their drone attacks in Pakistan in 2009?
Too many. But the western media completely ignored it!
And you wonder why the Pakis are angry?
You are such idiots...
I mean you go in a foreign country and start drone attacks without asking the Pakistan government. It was in 2009. But ....
WASP

Baltimore, MD

#9 May 6, 2011
The ONLY thing the USA should have done after 9/11 is hunt down Obama & the boys DIRECTLY responsible for that day. A covert low-key, low cost operation - US Army Special Forces, Seals, Rangers, etc.

That's what most Americans wanted.

We should NOT have invaded Iraq and killed Saddam.

We have spent billions & billions of dollars. Thousands of our fine men & women have been maimed/wounded/killed.

BRING THEM HOME NOW.
paul

Waikanae, New Zealand

#10 May 7, 2011
Orthodox Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
How many dead civilians in Iraq and in Afghanistan are the USA responsible for?
Have you studied the statistics how many civilians did the USA killed through their drone attacks in Pakistan in 2009?
Too many. But the western media completely ignored it!
And you wonder why the Pakis are angry?
You are such idiots...
I mean you go in a foreign country and start drone attacks without asking the Pakistan government. It was in 2009. But ....
The Pakistani have harboured Bin Laden and Al Qaeda and have funded and armed the Taliban and when they chose to Harbour Al Qaeda they brought the drone attacks on themselves.

What an idiot you are thinking the U.S has to ask the Pakistani for permission to kill terrorists in Pakistan who have murdered U.S citizens
Orthodox Christ

Germany

#11 May 8, 2011
Hitler did more good for our country than Bush did for yours!
dollie llama

Franklin, IN

#12 May 8, 2011
Orthodox Christ wrote:
<quoted text>
How many dead civilians in Iraq and in Afghanistan are the USA responsible for?
Have you studied the statistics how many civilians did the USA killed through their drone attacks in Pakistan in 2009?
Too many. But the western media completely ignored it!
And you wonder why the Pakis are angry?
You are such idiots...
I mean you go in a foreign country and start drone attacks without asking the Pakistan government. It was in 2009. But ....
Sayeth the radical Imam when preaching at the Mosque.

You guys must all have the same pamplets.

Who gives a squat what Packastain thinks, they harbor these bozo killers and can't figure out why their country is a corrupt craphole without plumbing.
Maybe instead of making deals with these killers hiding under the Koran, they should be rooting these devils out.

Since: Feb 08

Mechanicsburg, PA

#13 May 8, 2011
"We should pray for bad people, evil people, that when we pray to God he will change their lives. But if he won't change their lives, especially those who have a lot of power to hurt a lot of people, you pray for their end because they're causing so much pain," he said. "You pray somehow God will take them out. The Bible is very clear that God is in control and every person in power is because God put them there. He can put them there, he can keep them there or he can take them out. That's his prerogative." -Rev. Howard, Brooks Baptist Church

What the Rev. Howard says is true. Unfortunately, we as humans have to defend ourselves before god will pass judgement on those that choose to kill by choice. Against the likes of a Hitler or Bin Laden type individual, that means stopping them before they kill thousands more than they already had.

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