No ProblemMay 3 2011 at 10:50 AM
Obama birth certificate? YEARS to release and still red tape and unanswered questions for the delay and side stepping.
Picture of OBL with a couple of strategically place holes by the best soldiers to ever walk the face of the planet? NO PROBLEM. Picture on the way.
Watch what the other hand is doing folks. The Obama administration can not be trusted any further than you can throw them.
Is that all you have?
|May 3 2011, 11:16 PM |
I trust you haven't pinned your hopes on a birth certificate and a picture to derail a presidency. Are your followers that weak and lacking in intelligence that they can't find more substantive issues?
Yeah, that's right
|May 4 2011, 7:07 AM |
That's ALLLLLLLLL we conservatives have. LOL!
That's just one on an endless list that drives Liberals like you nuts.
We know it and you know it.
Now, is that all you have? Can you not argue the point with any substantial facts?
Please, I beg you; dazzle us with your brilliance!!
Sounds like it's driving you nuts.
|May 4 2011, 1:53 PM |
LMAO, the acronym of a juvenile.
He / She has nothing....
|May 4 2011, 2:27 PM |
Nothing unusual there. All hot air and no substance.
Get off your parent's computer and go play with your X-Box.
Now I'm ROTFLAMO!!!
Keep typing, you prove my point each time you post.
|May 4 2011, 11:28 PM |
you have a point? (nm)
|May 5 2011, 1:29 PM |
Well, Larry, it is obvious many things are beyond you.
|May 5 2011, 1:36 PM |
Comprehension takes some level of intelligence.
Re: Well, Larry, it is obvious many things are beyond you.
|May 5 2011, 1:39 PM |
"Comprehension takes some level of intelligence."
of which you possess none.
-Sgt. Gunnery Hartman
Re: Well, Larry, it is obvious many things are beyond you.
|May 5 2011, 1:50 PM |
what level, pray tell?
on that, I am confident I can hold my own.
I'll wait, but from you all I expect is another round of insults.
Keep it up. You're doing just fine.
|May 5 2011, 11:38 PM |
Independent thought must really bother you.
And so it continues
|May 6 2011, 6:33 AM |
All mouth and nothing meaningful spilling from it.
A complete waste of oxygen and band width.
Re: No Problem
|May 5 2011, 6:17 AM |
Ok Mr. Know-it all
|May 5 2011, 10:08 AM |
What are the pros and cons of showing the photos? Let's test your diplomatic skills.
While we're at it...
|May 5 2011, 11:11 AM |
there are some of us who don't want to see the photos
|May 5 2011, 9:07 AM |
Just knowing the deed was accomplished and NONE of our military were injured is satisfaction enough.
Why post them so radicals can exhault him and he becomes a larger emblemn of their terrorist activities? Hide them somewhere and in 50 years bring them out.
I'm sure no one will FORCE you to look at them. eom
|May 5 2011, 9:27 AM |
Why do you have to see them? What will it prove?
|May 5 2011, 10:05 AM |
The images will just be used to fuel the fires in the minds of the terrorists groups that support his agenda. If he were still alive he would make that know so he could say the American infidels have failed once again. No way he would keep that from his followers. The big question now is who will fill the void?
I don't want my children to see them. And you know once released
|May 5 2011, 12:40 PM |
every news media will have that as their lead story across all channels across all commercials across all media. Let's just let it be what it was the revenge of an attack on our souil. The military withholds photos all of the time of events. These need to be classified and kept in a vault.
I understand how you feel there.
|May 5 2011, 1:04 PM |
But on the other hand, a good portion of people out there today that say what you did don't have any problem with what kind of movies their kids watch, what kind of video games they play, what kind of explicit music they listen to, what time they come home, who they hang out with, sex, etc. etc.
The pictures of OBL IMHO would serve as example of how terrorists or other similar's would not want to end up. It is a sad state of affairs for today's kids, but it is a reality they need to be made aware of. If you do not do it, some else will and it may not be with the same intentions to would have.
why say anything?
|May 5 2011, 1:55 PM |
too bad we lost the bird there. It would make others in the organization wonder just what happened. rival faction, Pakistanis, Israelis, kidney finally played out and he went off to die somewhere...
The grandstanding will just put the leaders into hiding (we should take them down, too) and give them an excuse for some type of attack. A simple announcement a month down the road that we have confirmed evidence that Osama is dead would have been more appropriate. (IMHO) This part of the war, waged by the intelligence community, deserves to be kept quiet.
And what qualifies you to think your timing of the announcement
|May 9 2011, 8:54 AM |
is more appropriate. I love armchair quarterbacks like you who "think" they can make the tough decisions. Laughable really. The extremists in our own country on both sides of the aisle have made many in this country paranoid about who is doing what and if it is the right thing to do. Questioning our government is a good thing, but comments like yours do nothing but incite further in-fighting. You have no clue what details our security forces have or do not have, so for you, a common citizen, to think your plan is better than theirs is absurd.
|May 9 2011, 10:00 AM |
How do you know what I know?
The more I see of the OBL take-down, the more I think the timing and announcement were done for personal gain.
in WWII, the standard was 'loose lips sink ships'. In the case of OBL, putting together oodles of disparate clues lead to a location that by media accounts was relatively unsecured (lack of security forces) and his timely demise.
Yeah, right. So when should he have taken down UBL?
|May 9 2011, 11:58 AM |
You make me sick. You live tucked away in safety and have the nerve to say it was done for political gain. You corrupt the very fabric of this country with such ignorant banter, but I guess you have the right to express your ignorance since the constitution protects even the dumbest in our country.
TF are you saying?
For starters, how have I corrupted the 'fabric'? Or will you just spout some more insults and think you have won a debate because I will not take the time to respond again, if that's all you post. Last comment on the thread will not make you the winner of the debate.
Because your comments reek of ignorance.
|May 9 2011, 12:01 PM |
Do as I say, not as I do
|May 9 2011, 10:27 AM |
"I love armchair quarterbacks like you who "think" they can make the tough decisions."
"Questioning our government is a good thing, but comments like yours do nothing but incite further in-fighting. You have no clue what details our security forces have or do not have, so for you, a common citizen, to think your plan is better than theirs is absurd."
Got anymore illustrations for us common citizens there genius??
Everyone else hold your opinions til the captain of all armchair quaterbacks has spoken.
Nope not getting into this with someone who can't reason.
|May 9 2011, 12:00 PM |
If you can't understand the point as simple as it was given then think some more.
You can't back anything up can you?
|May 9 2011, 12:16 PM |
That's right. All your examples are just too hard for me to respond to.
|May 9 2011, 2:34 PM |
Oh that's right you have none of your own. You are unwilling to acknowledge even one good thing the Democrats have done. Are there any? The Republicans have been tough on crime - good. They have been tough on defense - good. They have pushed for tax breaks - good. All good, but the extremists int he party take it too far and that is what creates the issues. The Democrats are tough on discrimination - good. The Democrats are tough on freedom abuse - good. The Democrats are tough on corporate greed - good. All good but the extremists take it too far and that creates issues. Just because one is more associated with one party than another does not make it that parties standard and not the others. The majority of this country are moderates and want some balance so that our society can move forward. We are not all the same and never will be, so we have to work together to make it work. So what common traits do we all have? What common goals can you list? How do you get people to look past just own circumstances and considered how other live to be just as valid?
Re: That's right. All your examples are just too hard for me to respond to.
|May 9 2011, 4:07 PM |
The Democrats are tough on discrimination - good.
check the votes, the civil rights laws passed with more Republican support than Democrat.
The Democrats are tough on freedom abuse - good.
The Democrats are tough on corporate greed - good.
Please, show me 'corporate greed' and where the democrats have 'been tough'. And while you are at it, show me jobs created (or lost) as a result of the actions of the Democrat party.
You were doing well before posting these 3 lovely examples. Where are the moderates in todays Democrat party? Nancy? Harry? Barry?
We are wasting our time with this idiot
|May 10 2011, 6:14 AM |
Whoever this is, he/she is one who believes when their ideas on anything that makes this country run and take a complete nose dive; then it's time for compromise. They then like throw in things like how anti-Christian it is not to do so. Oh yeah, and you can count on them throwing in the good ol' racism non-factor when it's the Liberal and Democrats that want to keep them on the political plantation in which they have been living for many years now. This can be pointed out time after time with fact after fact and it never does and never will make a difference with most of them.
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