2 US airmen killed in Frankfurt airpo...

2 US airmen killed in Frankfurt airport shooting

There are 10 comments on the El Paso Times story from Mar 2, 2011, titled 2 US airmen killed in Frankfurt airport shooting. In it, El Paso Times reports that:

A man armed with a handgun attacked a bus carrying U.S. airmen outside Frankfurt airport Wednesday, killing two Americans and wounding two others before being taken into custody, authorities said.

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Lone Ranger

El Paso, TX

#1 Mar 2, 2011
Why are we waisting our time with these low life Jihadist? We should have nipped this in the bud a long time ago. Too bad we elected a president who is basically without cajonnes, he won't do squat to avenge all who have died.
Bird

Billings, MT

#2 Mar 2, 2011
Lone Ranger wrote:
Why are we waisting our time with these low life Jihadist? We should have nipped this in the bud a long time ago. Too bad we elected a president who is basically without cajonnes, he won't do squat to avenge all who have died.
Here's something to ponder. The shooter was a Kosovo muslim. Milosivec and the Serbian army was doing what the rest of the world needs to wake up and do. Then Bill Clinton had to distract Americans from his BJ and lies about Monica and stepped in to stop it. Now more Americans are dead. There is no such thing as a "Peaceful" Islam.
German

Chesapeake, VA

#3 Mar 2, 2011
Islam does not belong in Europe or USA,neither in geographic,nor cultural sense.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#4 Mar 2, 2011
.

It feels like the times when the patron saint
of the Republicans Reagan era where soldiers
were targeted. Reagan who also gave his predecessor grief about the hostages. Yet
he allowed a government he described as
the evil empire to shoot down an unarmed
passenger plane with a USA Congressional
member on board. Failure of a policy in
Lebanon where he basically abandoned Our
allies on the ground. This was France &
Great Britain on the ground on a supposed
peacekeeping mission. The Continuous bombings
throughout Europe during his term and can't
forget about Lockerbie, England with another
bomb loaded plane done by the Libyan government.
Then no retaliation while US citizens were
killed. Some legacy...

.
Bird

Billings, MT

#5 Mar 3, 2011
Chip wrote:
.
It feels like the times when the patron saint
of the Republicans Reagan era where soldiers
were targeted. Reagan who also gave his predecessor grief about the hostages. Yet
he allowed a government he described as
the evil empire to shoot down an unarmed
passenger plane with a USA Congressional
member on board. Failure of a policy in
Lebanon where he basically abandoned Our
allies on the ground. This was France &
Great Britain on the ground on a supposed
peacekeeping mission. The Continuous bombings
throughout Europe during his term and can't
forget about Lockerbie, England with another
bomb loaded plane done by the Libyan government.
Then no retaliation while US citizens were
killed. Some legacy...
.
Your bi polar is kicking into overdrive "Chip", forget to take your meds again?
Swish

Apo, AE

#6 Mar 3, 2011
Lone Ranger wrote:
Why are we waisting our time with these low life Jihadist? We should have nipped this in the bud a long time ago. Too bad we elected a president who is basically without cajonnes, he won't do squat to avenge all who have died.
huh? attacks been happening to us even when gun ho GWB was in office. you make absolute zero sense.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#7 Mar 3, 2011
Bird wrote:
<quoted text>
Your bi polar is kicking into overdrive "Chip", forget to take your meds again?
.

It feels like the times when the patron saint
of the Republicans Reagan era where soldiers
were targeted.

Reagan who also gave his predecessor grief about
the hostages. Yet he allowed a government he described
as the evil empire to shoot down an unarmed passenger
plane with a USA Congressional member on board.

Failure of a policy in Lebanon where he basically abandoned
Our allies on the ground. Allies he encouraged to join us.
This was France & Great Britain on the ground on a supposed
peacekeeping mission.

The Continuous bombings throughout Europe during his term. The
hijacking of ships(killing of an elderly couple in cold blood),
planes, dropping of a US citizen corpse on a runway, and this
was a soldier.

We can't forget about Lockerbie, England where Libya targeted
a passenger plane loaded with a bomb. Intelligence agencies
by allies & our own government showed at the time it was them.
It was Libya's response to the killing of his child during an
air raid. Then no retaliation while US citizens were
killed. Some legacy...

Constant talk of standing up to others and yet constant attacks
and loss of life of US citizens. The attacks even included a
US Congressional member.
.
Lone Ranger

El Paso, TX

#8 Mar 4, 2011
Swish wrote:
<quoted text>
huh? attacks been happening to us even when gun **** GWB was in office. you make absolute zero sense.
What are you suggesting that two wrongs make a right?

And besides President Bush is no longer President, now it's up to President Obama to keep us safe, unless of course you what to still blaim President Bush.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#10 Mar 5, 2011
Akim von Sigurd wrote:
EVERY Muslim is a potential terrorist !!!!
They need to be expelled/deported from every free country, as soon as possible.
This includes every man, woman, and child Muslim.
Muslims bring only havoc, destruction, and murder to the free world.
The sneaky Muslim bastards and bitches started this war and it is about time an end is put to their jihad rampages.
Two wrongs do not make it right - this is the socialist/communist Islamic reply.
The Muslim scum needs to be dealt with a swift justice.
A dead Muslim terrorist will NEVER murder again !
Screw Allah and Mohammed.
The free world cares less about them.
Muslims serve only one purpose - to murder as many people as possible.
Präsident der USA, Ubama, der schütz die Moslemen
weil er selbst Moslem ist!
IT IS TIME TO WAKE UP.
.

Your right 2 wrongs don't make a right. Condemning a whole
religion & people is wrong. Understand some of your concerns
of it is more than a religion and a political movement. You
make an outrageous statement of resorting to violence on a
religion & people and the way they choose to run their government.

Your making a threat against the President of the USA and
then using derogatory remarks is mean and wrong. This is an
outrageous statement of wishing harm against the leader of
a country. It doesn't matter if you don't agree with him
but threatening a terroristic act against him is as bad of
what you claim of another religion. Shame on you!

.
Chip

El Paso, TX

#11 Mar 5, 2011
Chip wrote:
<quoted text>
.
It feels like the times when the patron saint
of the Republicans Reagan era where soldiers
were targeted.
Reagan who also gave his predecessor grief about
the hostages. Yet he allowed a government he described
as the evil empire to shoot down an unarmed passenger
plane with a USA Congressional member on board.
Failure of a policy in Lebanon where he basically abandoned
Our allies on the ground. Allies he encouraged to join us.
This was France & Great Britain on the ground on a supposed
peacekeeping mission.
The Continuous bombings throughout Europe during his term. The
hijacking of ships(killing of an elderly couple in cold blood),
planes, dropping of a US citizen corpse on a runway, and this
was a soldier.
We can't forget about Lockerbie, England where Libya targeted
a passenger plane loaded with a bomb. Intelligence agencies
by allies & our own government showed at the time it was them.
It was Libya's response to the killing of his child during an
air raid. Then no retaliation while US citizens were
killed. Some legacy...
Constant talk of standing up to others and yet constant attacks
and loss of life of US citizens. The attacks even included a
US Congressional member.
.
.

Here personally adored his up-tempo style and pep talks at
a time of negativity in the country. Thought he was a good
comic who could light up a room with charisma. The title of
the Great Communicator is well deserved. He built up the
military at a time of great need and of also bankrupting the
Soviet Union. Looking back I give him credit but also saw
many faults and things that I disagree with and this isn't
only him but many of our leaders. This is called democracy
of having free speech & liberty even if we don't agree with
the actions of such people totally.

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