'The War Is Not Over'

There are 20 comments on the Los Angeles Times story from Sep 12, 2006, titled 'The War Is Not Over'. In it, Los Angeles Times reports that:

WASHINGTON - President Bush led the nation on Monday in marking the fifth anniversary of the Sept.

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ABs

Aiken, SC

#286494 Feb 5, 2013
MUQ wrote:
News you will not see or hear on CNN and FOX News
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...
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What, comrade MUQ...you mad at me? You no talk to me anymore? I am not of understanding...you complain thread is dead and war is over than you no talk to me...whatta matta you?

A story to share and warm our relations:
Southern Baptist militants, who have escalated attacks in recent weeks, killed at least 41 people in two separate incidents, officials said on Sunday, challenging assertions that military offensives have broken the back of hardline Baptist groups.

The United States has long pressured central american ally Costa Rico to crack down harder on the recent surge of homegrown southern baptist militant groups such as the Rico de la Costa and others which are based on its soil and attack Roman Catholics in Costa Rico.

In the north, 21 men working for a contractor building a Roman Catholic church were executed overnight after they were kidnapped last week, a provincial official said.

Twenty roman catholic pilgrims died and 24 were wounded, meanwhile, when a car bomb targeted their bus convoy as it headed toward the Panamanian border in the southwest, a doctor said.

New York-based Human Rights Watch has noted more than 320 roman catholics killed this year in Costa Rico and said attacks were on the rise. It said the government's failure to catch or prosecute attackers suggested it was "indifferent" to the killings and secretly supported a true Southern Baptist Nation.

Costa Rico, seen as critical to US efforts to keep central america stabilized, denies allegations that it supports militant groups like the Rico de la Costa southern baptist network.

Your thoughts comrade?
ABs

Aiken, SC

#286495 Feb 5, 2013
rider wrote:
Rightwingers are going to have to praise the Prez at last: http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2013/02/...

You are SO CORRECTemundo Lane...time to praise the prez...thank you Mr Obumble for raising the debt another 6 trillion, thank you for yur contiued support of wall street and most importantly, thank you for shutting down Gitm oand normalizing cuban relations...love you - mean it!
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286496 Feb 5, 2013
A former medical examiner rented a storage unit in Pensacola, Florida, where human remains were discovered recently. It's the same ME who essentially closed the books 11 years ago on the death of a woman whose body was found in the office of then Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough.



The grisly discovery should raise new questions about an ugly chapter in Scarborough's past--a chapter that probably is unknown to many viewers who now tune in to catch the host on MSNBC's Morning Joe.



All of this has strong ties to us here in Alabama. Scarborough is a University of Alabama graduate and is close to former Governor Bob Riley and his son, Homewood attorney Rob Riley. In fact, Scarborough used his platform on Morning Joe to shamelessly plug Bob Riley as a potential GOP presidential candidate--despite evidence of monstrous corruption on Riley's watch.



Perhaps cover ups are nothing new in the Scarborough story. That's why many Americans are unaware that a 28-year-old woman named Lori Klausutis, a staff member for the then Congressman, was found dead in Scarborough's north Florida office in 2001. A medical examiner named Dr. Michael Berkland ruled it an accidental death, finding that Klausutis suffered a cardiac arrhythmia that caused her to faint and hit her head on a desk.



That's the same Dr. Michael Berkland who was found to have rented a storage unit where the remains of more than 100 humans were found on August 24. From the Pensacola News Journal:
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286497 Feb 5, 2013
Gruesome discovery in Florida expert's storage unit
By Lee Williams

Published: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 1:51 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 1:51 p.m.
Dr. Michael Berkland, a forensic pathologist who has been critical of the investigation into the death of 22-year-old Sheena Morris at a Bradenton Beach hotel, has been accused of crudely preserving human brains, hearts and lungs in soda cups and plastic food containers found inside a storage unit in Pensacola.

Berkland has not been charged with any crime.

A man bought the contents of a storage unit at auction last week in Pensacola and made the gruesome discovery after being overpowered by a strange smell while sifting through furniture and boxes.

Investigators found formaldehyde, a chemical used to embalm and preserve bodies, leaking from a 32-ounce drink cup with a cracked lid that was holding a heart, said Jeff Martin, director of the District 1 Medical Examiner's Office in Pensacola.
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286498 Feb 5, 2013
While the media was obsessed with Chandra Levy, another congressional staffer was found dead in then-representative and current MSNBC talk-show host Joe Scarborough's office. Unlike Gary Condit, Scarborough got a free ride from the press.

Report by Denis Wright

In the morning of July 20, 2001, the body of Lori Klausutis, who had worked as an aide to Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough for approximately two years, was found in Scarborough's Fort Walton Beach, Florida, office.

There were no witnesses to Klausutis's death.

According to Anna Dobbins, a producer at WEAR-TV, Joe was on the phone with the local ABC affiliate in Pensacola within three hours of the discovery of the body, and before the family was notified, to say that "a young woman had died in his office and that she had a complicated medical history, specifically surrounding 'stroke and epilepsy.'"

The congressman and his advisor, Mick Serrano, made similar calls to two other local media outlets within hours of the body's discovery.

According to Dobbins and others, about a week later, after the Klausutis family wrote an excoriating letter to a local paper, Serrano called back to ask that they stop reporting the "complicated health history."

Joe, they were now correctly told, had spoken in error.

Klausutis-a marathon runner, 28 years old and happily married-had been in great shape. Her "complicated health" began only on the night that she died, and its "history" surfaced primarily because of Joe's misinformation.
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286499 Feb 5, 2013
rider

Gwinn, MI

#286500 Feb 5, 2013
The company has agreed to pay a $7.5 million dollar fine, without admitting guilt, to settle federal criminal charges related to arms smuggling and other crimes. Documents unsealed on August 7, 2012, in a U.S. District Court in North Carolina said the company agreed to pay the fine as part of a deferred prosecution agreement to settle 17 violations.[147]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academi
Spocko

Oakland, CA

#286501 Feb 5, 2013
ABs wrote:
<quoted text>
So you are all FOR trusting government investigations now,
No, but we should trust a friggen half-retard from NC?
Spocko

Oakland, CA

#286502 Feb 5, 2013
He lived by the gun, and he died by the gun.
When it comes to a timely reminder of how flawed the NRA and gun advocates argument that a gun offers a magical shield of self-defence is, the recent killing of a military sniper at a Texas gun range (glorified for his book detailing his alleged 150 "insurgent" kill total). Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL sniper and gun enthusiast hero, was unable to protect himself or his friend from an armed assailant, even though they were at a shooting range with guns abound – guns of every kind!
Although the circumstances of this incident may represent a tragically ironic mega-example of the gun lobby's lame fantasy about the alleged omnipotent self-protection power of guns, it is only because of its mega-symbolic resonance to the drumbeat of gun worshippers that sets it apart.
What the gun lobby doesn't tell you is that guns are relatively rarely used in self-defence by citizens – and it is not uncommon that they are used to kill innocent people out of pure gun owner paranoia.
ABs

Aiken, SC

#286504 Feb 5, 2013
Spocko wrote:
<quoted text>
No, but we should trust a friggen half-retard from NC?
I'll be darned...and all this time I thought the half retard was from the city of Kenya, Hawaii
ABs

Aiken, SC

#286505 Feb 5, 2013
Spocko wrote:
He lived by the gun, and he died by the gun.
When it comes to a timely reminder of how flawed the NRA and gun advocates argument that a gun offers a magical shield of self-defence is, the recent killing of a military sniper at a Texas gun range (glorified for his book detailing his alleged 150 "insurgent" kill total). Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL sniper and gun enthusiast hero, was unable to protect himself or his friend from an armed assailant, even though they were at a shooting range with guns abound – guns of every kind!
Although the circumstances of this incident may represent a tragically ironic mega-example of the gun lobby's lame fantasy about the alleged omnipotent self-protection power of guns, it is only because of its mega-symbolic resonance to the drumbeat of gun worshippers that sets it apart.
What the gun lobby doesn't tell you is that guns are relatively rarely used in self-defence by citizens – and it is not uncommon that they are used to kill innocent people out of pure gun owner paranoia.
Sorry, just catching up, Francis...been waiting in those extra long lines down on MLK waiting to annually re-register my unregistered 41 mag...what was it you are saying?
Foxy is Foxy

Indianapolis, IN

#286506 Feb 5, 2013
MUQ wrote:
So what it needed for this thread to revive was "a small innocent comment"
Vow!!
Yeah, put down the paddles and yell, "clear!" and you got a small weak beat, but when T Van Helsing returns she will put the final stake into it's heart, once and for all, and the war will be over, for good..flatline----------
Tinkle

United States

#286507 Feb 5, 2013
Hi
Patriot

Boulder, CO

#286508 Feb 5, 2013
Justice Department white paper: government can kill American citizens without clear evidence (tell me this isn't the 'enemy within' We, as Americans, have a Right and Duty to defend Ourselves against)

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/02/justice-d...
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#286509 Feb 5, 2013
AB s wrote:
Comrade Muq...just curious, have you met the Ayatollah of Iran? Or the mullah sheik of KSA?
If you do, please ask them why they assisted the satanic USA in rendition of muslims after 9-11 please...thanks.
Ans.

9/11 attacks generated lot of sympathy for USA in its initial phases.

Many countries extended their help to trace down the criminals that were behind it.

US administration misused their trust and support and tried it best to "mislead" the investigation into 9/11 attacks and the real reasons for WTC towers collapse….and started their "own agenda" for going after red herrings.

It launched full scale war on Afghanistan and later Iraq which had no connection with 9/11 attacks.

So now they cannot come and plead "see every one cooperated with USA on finding out 9/11 criminals"

Because some of the "Master Minds" were sitting Right in the White House!! My hunch is it was Dick Chenney the Vice President, the Most Powerful man in GWB Cabinet after 9/11

Comrade AB s , I have no access to top religious scholars of Iran or Saudi Arabia
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#286510 Feb 5, 2013
rider wrote:
The company has agreed to pay a $7.5 million dollar fine, without admitting guilt, to settle federal criminal charges related to arms smuggling and other crimes. Documents unsealed on August 7, 2012, in a U.S. District Court in North Carolina said the company agreed to pay the fine as part of a deferred prosecution agreement to settle 17 violations.[147]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academi
This is a ploy by which most companies get out of any criminal responsibilities of their actions.

They silently pay some fine and get the case to be closed. Many shady deals are regularized in this way.

Since the God of USA is Dollar, so any one offering "Burnt Offering" to their God get absolved of all sins.

This paying of fines and dropping of charges, need to be scrutinized and you will find so many big fishes, whales and alligators that you will be surprised.

And you will find mostly Jews and Zionists there who will pay "small cash" and get thru with their secret plots.

God Save USA

What goes underneath is much more than what we see above ground.

“One For the Money”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#286511 Feb 5, 2013
rider wrote:
Gruesome discovery in Florida expert's storage unit
By Lee Williams
Published: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 1:51 p.m.
Last Modified: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 at 1:51 p.m.
Dr. Michael Berkland, a forensic pathologist who has been critical of the investigation into the death of 22-year-old Sheena Morris at a Bradenton Beach hotel, has been accused of crudely preserving human brains, hearts and lungs in soda cups and plastic food containers found inside a storage unit in Pensacola.
Berkland has not been charged with any crime.
A man bought the contents of a storage unit at auction last week in Pensacola and made the gruesome discovery after being overpowered by a strange smell while sifting through furniture and boxes.
Investigators found formaldehyde, a chemical used to embalm and preserve bodies, leaking from a 32-ounce drink cup with a cracked lid that was holding a heart, said Jeff Martin, director of the District 1 Medical Examiner's Office in Pensacola.
Dr. Berkland was arrested on September 7, 2012 and charged with “…improper storage of hazardous waste, keeping a public nuisance and driving with a suspended license.”

Jeff Martin, director of the medical examiner’s office, said about 10 families have been notified that their relatives’ remains were in the unit.

http://pathologyblawg.com/pathology-news/path...
Sandy

Iron Mountain, MI

#286512 Feb 5, 2013
John_Schuylkill County_Pa

Frackville, PA

#286516 Feb 6, 2013
Sandy wrote:
http://vimeo.com/57006862
Interesting!
hocus-pocus
ABs

Aiken, SC

#286517 Feb 6, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Ans.
9/11 attacks generated lot of sympathy for USA in its initial phases.
Many countries extended their help to trace down the criminals that were behind it.
US administration misused their trust and support and tried it best to "mislead" the investigation into 9/11 attacks and the real reasons for WTC towers collapse….and started their "own agenda" for going after red herrings.
It launched full scale war on Afghanistan and later Iraq which had no connection with 9/11 attacks.
So now they cannot come and plead "see every one cooperated with USA on finding out 9/11 criminals"
Because some of the "Master Minds" were sitting Right in the White House!! My hunch is it was Dick Chenney the Vice President, the Most Powerful man in GWB Cabinet after 9/11
Comrade AB s , I have no access to top religious scholars of Iran or Saudi Arabia
I agree comrade MUQ that many countries came to assist satanic America, what I can't understand is how nations of islam turned over muslims to non-muslims for judegement...doesn't the Qu'ran forbid this?

In any event I see where IRan's president has equal status to George Bush now...
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad landed in Egypt today and got a welcome kiss from Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, reports Reuters. But the Iranian leader got a decidedly different reaction in the midst of a crowd when a critic tried to hit him with his shoe, reports ABC News. It was reportedly a Syrian man angry with Iran's support of Bashar al-Assad. The shoe never really came close, however, and the would-be swatter and three others were arrested, reports NBC News. It recalls President Bush's shoe-dodging in 2008 on a visit to Iraq...

Pretty cool, eh comrade? Mahmoud and George achieving equal status?

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