'The War Is Not Over'

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

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287303 Apr 17, 2013
Sandy wrote:
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, said of his brother's life, that it "was a voyage of discovery, a quest for excellence that inspired universal trust and faith. In that brief unfinished journey, he made us believe once more in the great historic purpose of this land. He filled America with pride and made the nation young again."
Since its beginning the US has started wars at any times. Silly, to speak of this country of pride! The US is a barbaric nation!
Henry

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287304 Apr 17, 2013
ABs wrote:
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So? Ban bombs at marathon finish lines?
Those who sow winds earn storms!
Henry

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287305 Apr 17, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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I doubt if any "new nation" can match this record.
Remember USA is "only" 225 years old!!
And while most nations have stopped wars, it is "Lone" USA which is fighting non stop.
So there must be some thing special about USA. What is it?
The US is the most imperial nation, ruled by a handful of billionairs in the atomic age. There is a very good chance for this country to erase the whole human race. Hiroshima and Nagasaki was just the beginning, Fukushima the continuation!
Henry

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287306 Apr 17, 2013
spocko wrote:
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We are not looking for the "perfect world" I think we are very much realistic ...
In the capitalist society at the nuclear age the US are coming to the end of humanity!
Henry

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287307 Apr 17, 2013
ABs wrote:
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So? Ban bombs at marathon finish lines?
What about ban the AKWs? What about nuclear inferno? The billionairs don`t halt with wars!
Henry

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287308 Apr 17, 2013
ABs wrote:
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Yawn...
With the number of gun "regulations" all ready ineffectively on the books I would harken to guess that we are ALL well regulated...hence the well regulated part of your disillusional post...as for the second part...gatlin guns and cannons come to mind...my uncle still has a cannon by the way...
In the nuclear age gun "regulations" are silly.
Henry

Bad Tennstedt, Germany

#287309 Apr 17, 2013
Dan wrote:
The war can be over if the united states makes sincere apologys and reperations to the familys of the one million children killed by sanctions, stops giving 2.5 billion dollars to Isreal for military aid to kill the Palestines, stops making war to make the very elite rich people in this country even richer.
http://www.zerotolerenceforwar.org/Links.html
Please bookmark, page would not load for the first time in six months.
Pray for peace on earth.
Praying is of course useless. In the nuclear age in a capitalist society the end is just a logic!
Andy

Brooklyn, NY

#287312 Apr 17, 2013
I can't believe Fox News caught the sucker!
spocko

Oakland, CA

#287313 Apr 17, 2013
The rich need our help! "Only Little People Pay Taxes: Why a janitor ends up with a higher tax rate than a millionaire." The superrich don't pay as much as they used to—and thanks to a combination of tax cuts and preferential tax policies; their tax obligations are far less demanding than the so-called little people's. In fact, the very wealthiest Americans' tax burden has been steadily dropping for years, even as they've enjoyed astounding income growth not seen by the vast majority of Americans.
Tax rates for the wealthy have fallen substantially since they peaked in the 1940s. During the past 30 years, they have been cut at a much faster rate than middle- and low-income taxpayers'. Much of the money "earned" by the super rich is paid under along-term capital gains tax, which is considerably less than any high income tax bracket. That's what makes Mitt Romney's tax rate so low, along with offshore bank accounts and other tax evasion schemes that can be perfectly legal.
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#287315 Apr 18, 2013
Henry wrote:
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The US is the most imperial nation, ruled by a handful of billionairs in the atomic age. There is a very good chance for this country to erase the whole human race. Hiroshima and Nagasaki was just the beginning, Fukushima the continuation!
If there was no God who is watching every one could think that any nation would become so powerful that it would "destroy" all human race from this planet.

People plan and people think that they have power and they can do it, but they will be unable to do it.

The human life on this planet will come to an end, when the time which God has allotted for it is over and every human shall be called to give account of his or her life to their Creator.

Many Powerful nations have passed away before USA and many might come in future.

But in our lives, no doubt USA has become most powerful nation. We are happy for their success and hope they use it carefully.
spocko

Oakland, CA

#287317 Apr 18, 2013
It was bad enough that the U.S. Senate could not bring itself to ban assault weapons or high-capacity ammunition magazines. But its unwillingness to approve even the most fundamental gun control measure — extending background checks to gun shows and online sales — is beyond outrageous. Really now?! Can’t we all agree that felons and people with serious mental illnesses should not have easy access to firearms? Apparently not.

Why is the NRA opposed to a global fire arms-trade treaty?
Why is the NRA opposed to add a chemical signature to explosives so it can be traced?(TERRORISM PREVENTION ACT, Senate - April 16, 1996 opposed by republicans)
Why is the NRA opposed to universal background checks?
Why is the NRA opposed to banning the use of highly toxic lead ammunition, the trophy killing of rare and threatened species, the opening of national parks to sport hunting, and cruel practices such as bear baiting, seal clubbing and captive or “canned” hunts?
Why can’t NRA members take a stand against their, clearly, misguided organization?

20 years ago the government developed a way to mark explosives to help trace terrorist bombs. But republicans and the NRA blocked the research, even after a test of the device helped catch a bomber in Baltimore.
http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/ar...
Islamo Pedo_Phile Prophet

Tonawanda, NY

#287320 Apr 19, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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Who told you Muslims are angels? Or Islam is what any Muslim says or does?
Islam is what is told by Quran and sayings and actions of our Prophet.
A Muslim is one who follows what is told by Quran and Prophet, not the other way round.\
So instead of wasting your time and energy, in telling what some or more Muslims are doing, you should try to learn what Quran says and what are teachings of our prophet.
In this way, you will learn about Islam and its teachings and shall tell that what this Muslim did or that Muslim said was against Islam.
That is yours and people like you's basic problem.
You judge Islam by the actions of people having Muslim sounding names, while it should be otherwise.
If some Muslim drinks Alcohol or commits adultery or deals in usury, these actions would not become Islamic, but this man is doing Non Islamic acts.
If you work on these lines, you would find out many things which present day Muslims do, which are exactly opposite to what Islam teaches.
You should criticize these Muslims and not Islam and I shall be with you.
__________

Let's talk about the growing sect of Wahhabism, the most radical, fundamentalist, zealous form of the majority Muslim religion, shall we?
BibleSays

AOL

#287321 Apr 19, 2013
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MANY BELIEVERS NOT Jesus'...."brother, sister"

http://youtu.be/rdUNJ-EVw20

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MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#287322 Apr 19, 2013
News you will not see or hear on CNN and FOX News

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/arti...

Propaganda and Barf Alert

Shame on Jewish Democrats

Op-ed: Republican senators were the only ones who passionately grilled Hagel on his lack of support for Israel

By Shoula Romano Horing (Contd.)

Despite the fact that 69% of the Jews voted for Obama and donated heavily to the Democratic Party, the Republican senators were the only ones who passionately grilled and interrogated Hagel on his lack of support for Israel, while all the Democratic senators tried to cover up this fact.

Hagel was confronted by several Republicans for refusing to sign congressional letters seeking a terrorist designation for the militant Islamist group Hezbollah and the Iranian Revolutionary Guards. The ranking Republican senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma reminded the committee that in 2000 an overwhelming majority of senators sent a letter he sponsored to President Clinton reaffirming their solidarity with Israel during Arafat's terror campaign and Hagel was one of just four who refused to sign the letter. Senator Graham, referring to the letter, told Hagel "the lack of signature by you run chills down my spine."

A month before his death, Ed Koch, the former mayor of NY, told the Algemeiner Journal that he hoped that Democrats in Congress will oppose Hagel's appointment, saying "if Hagel is not confirmed it'll be because the Republicans take him on and a few good Democrats."

But in reality not even one Democrat was good enough to join the Republicans, including the eleven Jewish Senators.

Many leading Jewish Democratic senators and congressmen who are known to be pro-Israel were in a rush to publicly endorse Hagel weeks in advance of the hearing. The leading Jewish Senator Schumer from NY needed only 90 minutes of conversation with Hagel to come out in support of him and to encourage his Senate colleagues to also support him. Senators Boxer, Feinstein, and Congresswoman Wasserman, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, stated that even though they were concerned with his comments about the "Jewish lobby" and his voting record, they accepted Hagel's regrets and apologies and his verbal reassurances about supporting Israel and facing Iran.

Purim is coming soon and we will read the Book of Esther. After Queen Esther told Mordechai, her uncle, that she cannot go to the king and plead with him to save the Jewish people because she worried about her own self survival, Mordechai relayed to Esther the following words: "Do not think that you will escape the fate of all the Jews by being in the king's palace. For if you will remain silent at this time, relief and salvation will come to the Jews from another source, and you and the house of your father will be lost. And who knows if it is not for just such a time that you reached this royal position."

I hope the Jewish senators, congressmen and other influential Jews who serve in Obama's administration remember these words before it is too late.

Born and raised in Israel, Shoula is an attorney, university lecturer, radio show host, opinion columnist and national public speaker who has lived in the United states since 1980. Her blog: www.shoularomanohoring.com
MUQ

Jubail, Saudi Arabia

#287323 Apr 19, 2013
Islamo Pedo_Phile Prophet wrote:
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__________
Let's talk about the growing sect of Wahhabism, the most radical, fundamentalist, zealous form of the majority Muslim religion, shall we?
I did not find this term in any book of Islamic jurisprudence. Would you be kind enough to tell me what is this Wahabism?
John_Schuylkill County_Pa

Frackville, PA

#287324 Apr 19, 2013
So the mother of the two terrorist boys believed in 911 conspiracy theories. Thanks for fostering the bullshit.
Henry

Germany

#287325 Apr 20, 2013
WhiteCollarCrime wrote:
The Pentagon's Ray Gun
David Martin Reports On A Non-Lethal Weapon Straight Out Of Buck Rogers
June 1, 2008 / http://tinyurl.com/2f7wa5
What if we told you the Pentagon has a ray gun? And what if we told you it can stop a person in his tracks without killing or even injuring him? Well, it’s true. You can’t see it, you can't hear it, but as CBS News correspondent David Martin experienced first hand, you can feel it.
Pentagon officials call it a major breakthrough which could change the rules of war and save huge numbers of lives in Iraq. But it's still not there. That because in the middle of a war, the military just can't bring itself to trust a weapon that doesn't kill.
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/02/29/60m...
Perhaps the ray gun brings them no superprofits to the billionairs?
Henry

Germany

#287326 Apr 20, 2013
ABs wrote:
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So? Ban bombs at marathon finish lines?
The cancer of this nation is much deeper. Infected with capitalism the nuclear inferno will not only devaste the US but also the whole capitalist world. Fukushima is not the end at all.
Henry

Germany

#287327 Apr 20, 2013
spocko wrote:
The Second Amendment is an antiquated anachronism belonging to the long and bygone days of the frontier. The 2nd amendment starts with "A well regulated Militia.” A well regulated militia means a military group such as a National Guard unit –they are well regulated. A single individual is not a militia, nor are they well regulated. They should be the ones to own military style weapons, automatic or otherwise, for the sole reason "being necessary to the security of a free State". Normally, the average citizen is not securing a free state, although the gunloons like to think so, when he goes out to shoot a poor animal just for the sport of it. So just on that statement alone, the National Guard and the police force, as well as the national army should be the only ones to have deadly, automatic weapons.
Now the second statement is the most quoted part of the second amendment that almost everybody thinks that is the whole entire amendment. Nothing is said of what kind of arms we have the right to, but at that time all they had were muskets, revolvers, and bows and arrows. I would suggest that regular civilians have the right to bear rifles, revolvers, and bows and arrows, nothing automatic. What could a civilian use an automatic weapon for? Shredding the meat he is hunting, maybe, but then you could not use it for food. So, it is my analysis that the bill of rights is in two parts. One part for the state, one part for the civilian, if we are going to quote anything, we should quote all of it; otherwise, we will take it out of context.
The billionairs will always take their superprofit parts. Anything else is for the hindmost of the devil!
Henry

Bad Langensalza, Germany

#287329 Apr 20, 2013
Sandy wrote:
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, said of his brother's life, that it "was a voyage of discovery, a quest for excellence that inspired universal trust and faith. In that brief unfinished journey, he made us believe once more in the great historic purpose of this land. He filled America with pride and made the nation young again."
The US history is filled with unending wars. That is the "historic purpose" of this imperialistic nation. In the nuclear age this means perhaps the end of mankind. Fukushima is just a further step in this stage!

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