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Proof The US Doesn't Want To Get Rid Of Problem  
User currently offlineLehpron From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 7028 posts, RR: 21
Posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 21 hours ago) and read 2467 times:

From day one, I was watching our government very closely, before the atacks and after. I always had the feeling that the Bush Administration has had no intention of "winning this war". Bush has always kept saying to the American people that this will be a long operation, long enough to get rid of all the terrorists so our children can live in more free society.

Bush is keeps saying the same fuzzy-patriotic-jargon everytime he comes on TV. I believe that the Bush Administration is taking advantage of our emotions by funneling our money into our military.

No one can get rid of all evil, once all evil is extinguished, it will reappear, good and evil always exist. An analog would be like hunting Locke Ness because it attacked some Navy Seals -- the war will not end, and they know it. Furthermore, those that can find the "evil", the US ignores them.

This is what I think is the proof of this feeling I have, it was taken from the frontpage of the Oct 10, 2001 LATimes newpaper.

"We don't understand what the Americans want. If they really want to distroy the Taliban and Osama bin Laden and other terrorists, they have to bomb according to the coordinates that we give them," Gen. Bobojan, s senior commander of he Northern Alliance, said at the strategic Bagram air base north of Kabul, the capital of Afganistan.

It's not much to light a bulb, but don't you think that the US would have shared info with our new ally, the Northern Alliance, and might have atleast considered their info? It's kinda wierd...



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User currently offlineLeftseat86 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 1, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 2338 times:

Right now I am torn between wanting revenge for the horrible attacks committed, but also know that we have to wake up to what is going on in the world, what we are doing and where we are going.
Is it really right to retaliate by killing more? In the end the civilians, the innocent always suffer far more than they should.
I don't understand how more anger and hate will do any good...


User currently offlineLehpron From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 7028 posts, RR: 21
Reply 2, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 20 hours ago) and read 2328 times:

I don't like this "war" anymore than you do, Lefty. I already hate that fact that Bush waited 2 weeks before addressing the Arabian backlash and the fact that some Americans are so ignorant they attack people for theyre looks.

It is common sence that if the we wanted to get rid of the problem, we'd go for the source, know what I'm sayin'?



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User currently offlineKHI747 From United States of America, joined Oct 2000, 1615 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 2318 times:

You both seem to be very open minded and relatively better informed Americans...... i congratulate you on that

User currently offlineFlyBoeing From United States of America, joined May 2000, 866 posts, RR: 2
Reply 4, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 2311 times:

The first thing I have to say is that this disjunct may not be intentional. We may have not given the Northern Alliance the radios neccesary to call for close air support from U.S carrier aircraft. It's a long way and air support can't just be "on call".

The other thing I have to say in response to this is that getting rid of the Taliban does not neccesarily mean giving Afghanistan to another bunch of thugs. The Northern alliance is taking advantage of our bombing, undoubtedly. But I think that once the Taliban falls that it's going to come under U.N supervision.

And what is Leftseat's fixation with how bad Americans are?

Right now I am torn between wanting revenge for the horrible attacks committed, but also know that we have to wake up to what is going on in the world, what we are doing and where we are going.

Thank God that our Executive does not operate according to the same weak emotions that you do. Nobody in his right mind wants revenge. All I and the Bush Administration want is to prevent this from happening again. Bombing Afghanistan won't bring back the thousands who died, but it sure will help pave the way for the capture and apprehension of Osama bin Laden and the rest of al Qaeda.

Is it really right to retaliate by killing more? In the end the civilians, the innocent always suffer far more than they should.
I don't understand how more anger and hate will do any good...


In a perfect world we wouldn't be killing anyone. America isn't trying to kill more people than neccesary - that's why we have precision munitions. The object is to disrupt Taliban operations so that we can send in special forces troops to grab OBL and his lieutenants. If we intended to kill Afghan citizens then Bush could have just sent B-52s and carpet bombed every city in Afghanistan.

And honestly: who can say that the Afghans had any civilian infrastructure in the first place? We're bombing rubble. Because of the destruction wrought by the Taliban, there isn't any lower for the Afghan civilians to go (except to Pakistan).


User currently offlineAlpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 14 hours ago) and read 2278 times:

You guys don't get it, do you? As usual, the cart is being put before the horse. From the sentiment I'm getting on this thread, you think the US shouldn't respond at all? Why is that? If the US does NOT respond, do you think this terrorism is just going to go away on it's own, fellas? Maybe some say that's open-minded, but I say it's naive.

You are dealing with people who have NO PROBLEM killing thousands of people at one time. Do you think you can reason with these people, I mean honestly? YOu can't, so to get rid of them, you "ally" yourself with whomever you can. It's the old saying "The enemy of my enemy is my friend". You may not like that fact, but it's the truth, so the US uses the Northern Alliance to help drive out the Taliban, which, in turn, will hopefully also end the terror of Mr. Bin Laden.

Sometimes, fighting is necessary. This is one of those times. And to say, Lephron, that the US doesn't want to get rid of the problem is sheer lunacy on your part. You may never rid the world of this evil, but you can do all you can to limit it so that it doesn't kill 5000 of your countrymen again on a clear morning. The attitude that you inspire with this thread is defeatist in nature.


User currently offlineScotty From UK - Scotland, joined Dec 1999, 1875 posts, RR: 3
Reply 6, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 14 hours ago) and read 2271 times:

I think FlyBoeing is closest to the mark. The US doesnt want to ensure that the Northern Alliance can just walk in - their regime in Afghanistan until 1996 was just as hated as the Taliban. Maybe the UN will get involved but I believe that the "wild card" in all of this is the deposed King of Afghanistan, kicked out in 1973 and currently living in Rome, and the US wants to reinstate him as a Head of State round which they think a moderate government can form. They also dont want to piss off the Muslims in Pakistan because that would lead to civil war and possibly destabilisation there and putting the Northern Alliance in power would do just that.

Scotty


User currently offlinePanAm747 From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 4242 posts, RR: 8
Reply 7, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 11 hours ago) and read 2254 times:

This situation is similar to the Gulf War.

When Bush Sr. was asked why wasn't Saddam kicked out of office, he said he thought other people (other Iraqis) were going to do that by themselves. But they didn't, even though the Iraqis military was basically wiped out, Saddam's power stayed in tact. Let's hope the Afghanis are different...



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User currently offlineBove From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 8, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 10 hours ago) and read 2236 times:

Evidence is now emerging that Bin Laden and his terrorist thugs have been trying to acquire so-called "dirty nukes" for years.

You honestly want to just sit there and tell me the US should do nothing while our are cities are nuked by a crazed fanatic!

As for your liberal pap, the US military has been starved for funding since the end of the cold war. Do you have any idea how much it costs to maintain the world's pre-eminent fighting force. Sure defence contractors stock may go up as a result, but we are talking about our fundamental right to exist here.

Idiot!


User currently offlinePHLFlyer From United States of America, joined Feb 2001, 851 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 3 hours ago) and read 2209 times:

I have only given a cursory glance to all of the replies so excuse me if someone has already mentioned this.

Here is one idea why we have not killed or captured Osama Bin Laden if we really do know the whereabouts of his location. Once he is killed or captured, U.S. and World support for further action against terrorism will quickly wane. If we hold off killing or capturing Osama, we can retain World support longer and accomplish more in the fight against terrorism.

IMHO



User currently offlineTrvlr From United States of America, joined Feb 2000, 4430 posts, RR: 21
Reply 10, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 2191 times:

Erm...well about the Northern Alliance. Yes, they are being very helpful in the fight against the Taliban, but remember, we are not fighting their war for them. The Northern Alliance's objectives are not wholly our own objectives. Obviously the US has consulted with the Northern Alliance, and is glad to have their support, but we are not there to put them in power, as doing everything that they say would precipitate. My guess is that the United States probably bombed an installation that the NA would have needed to defend themselves against the irate majority Pushtun population were the NA to come to power.

I'm not much of a bulb either, but in any case I think that it would be incredibly stupid to do exactly what the Northern Alliance tells us to. It'd be kinda weird if we did...

Aaron G.


User currently offlineLehpron From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 7028 posts, RR: 21
Reply 11, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 22 hours ago) and read 2180 times:

You guys don't get it, do you? As usual, the cart is being put before the horse. From the sentiment I'm getting on this thread, you think the US shouldn't respond at all? Why is that? If the US does NOT respond, do you think this terrorism is just going to go away on it's own, fellas? Maybe some say that's open-minded, but I say it's naive.

Alpha who were you talking to specifically? Next time please address somebody, K? Oh and did you read anything or were they rhetorical questions? Please state who said not to respond.



And to say, Lephron, that the US doesn't want to get rid of the problem is sheer lunacy on your part....The attitude that you inspire with this thread is defeatist in nature

 Wow! I beg your pardon?!  Wow! Awe man, you brought tears to my eyes. Exactly how is the idea sheer lunacy?  Smile/happy/getting dizzy  Laugh out loud Are you some kind of patriot loyalist who refuses to think objectively? Dude, you cannot win any argument sitting only on one side of the fence. Big grin Until you let go of your emotions, you cannot even begin to think clearly. (have you been near angry ladies on PMS?)

*Besides that was my open-minded opinion, I heard in another post that you critique other opinions, where do you get off on that? Calm down dude, you're like an overprotective parent, were all growing up here.

Anyway, try taking Political Science courses at your local college on both American and International affairs, it'll open you mind. These days money is everything, that is why companies choose to lay off their employees rather than suffer a lower profit margin. Military contractors would go bankrupt if there wasn't a conflict, i.e. war, to sell their products to -- that's a business fact. Ever since the Cold war ended, there have been base closures and down sizing like never before. Even NASA cut down aviation related studies.

Carriers cost too much, and satelites don't last long, but weapons? Oh, yeah, they are the most profitable because of their high return-on-investment, especially in a capitalist society like America. Despite Bush's lack of interest in military aviation during the campaign, it doesn't mean they haven't lobbied hard since then. Wars are the perfect market, endless money goes well with the supply and demand, unless it ends...we can't let it end. We have learned our mistake from Clinton and Sr. Bush, by downsizing our forces we wern't prepared for 9/11. So in order to keep it going, we can not "get rid of the problem".

There's a plus for Bush too, if he can stretch this fuzzy-logic through his term, he has a guarentteed re-election. Why are we still fighting and have we caught them all yet? Bush's response, it doesn't matter. They killed over 5000 of our American citizens, we deserive closure and retailiation is our right for freedom. By feeding this to us and reminding us of our loved ones lost, we all re-ignite in anger and give him the election.

Is it really lunacy? How much of the life you experienced is given to you rather than you discovering it yourself? In any case, thanks for the laugh, I needed that!  Smile



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User currently offlineAlpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 12, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 17 hours ago) and read 2163 times:

You can laugh all you want, pal, but yes, it is sheer lunacy to put forth. You're saying that the government virtually WANTS more attacks that kill thousands to take place. Maybe you buy that line of bull being fed to you in Political Science courses offered at the local college, being taugh, no doubt, by ultra-liberal professors who are the kind who always see the US as the bad guy, but I don't buy it. And I don't have the time to take courses in college-I'm too busy working to make sure my family is clothed, housed and fed.

So, if you find this whole thing so amusing, that tells me volumns about you.


User currently offlineCarmy From Singapore, joined Oct 2001, 627 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 17 hours ago) and read 2149 times:

I feel quite inclined to agree with Lehpron. There are always two sides of the story, and we should all know that living in a democracy (which, the last time I checked, the US was a huge proponent of), there will always be someone who will disagree. And because we are living in a democracy, that person has as much a right as you to his point of view, no matter how much you may disagree with that point of view. And yes, a course in International relations or Political Science would do Alpha_1 a little good in realising this.

Just a question. In America's quest to be rid of terrorism, there will be casualties. And the children of these casualties will grow up, learning that the Americans had killed their parents. Won't this lead to more hatred against the US as a result? And as a result, more terrorism? Then wouldn't this entire attack be counter-productive?


User currently offlineAlpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 14, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 5 days 16 hours ago) and read 2144 times:

Carmy, what about the children over here who will grow up without their parents because of the terrorists attacks that took place Sept 11th? What kind of country to we bequeth them if we don't try to fight this monstrosity? I haven't heard you say ANYTHING about that-you're sympathies seem to lie not at all with them. That tells me volummns of what you think as well.

User currently offlineLehpron From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 7028 posts, RR: 21
Reply 15, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 2114 times:

You're saying that the government virtually WANTS more attacks that kill thousands to take place.

Alpha 1, If you worked for the industry, you'd see numbers, not people. Large numbers are good until a face is put on them then they become people. Keep in mind we have a pro-industry president, who knows how long this war will last.

So, if you find this whole thing so amusing, that tells me volumns about you.

You missed this one too, huh? This situation isn't at all amusing to me, however your lack of trying to hear another viewpoint is. You cannot even try to see the many sides to this equation, almost like you don't want to. I was not asking you to buy anything, just keep them in mind. Soon it'll hit ya, certainly not in the next few months no less.

This is obviously something that will go on for a while, and there are both folks like you and me who have opposing views. Most just talk and cannot come up with a solution, here's my attempt at one solution:

We need to go after the source of the problem to come up with some solutions, but this would cost too much; and in a society of capitalists, well nuff said. Why else? I mean, the death penalty costs less than rehabilitation. This is an example of the easy way out which is what our current "war" is.

We have to think of this psychologically, not with Mk-82's and GBU-27's just yet. What causes terrorism, have any of you guys ever thought of that? They have somehow equated America with their pain, what's their pain? Most people experience things that cause them to keep it in until they lash out at someone, in this case, 6000 other people. An analog would be an abusive parent, more than likely they were abused as a child; similarly these terrorists had experienced some sort of terror in their lifes that justifies their actions. Just in case they have a concious(sp?), they scapegoat their religion as justification -- a sign of stupidity -- so we must educate them.

Since bin Laden is brainwashing everyone we need to take him out of the equation then deal with everyone else. I imagine it will cost much more than this "war", but the peace will last much longer. Fighting terrorism the way Bush wants to do it is like mowing the lawn to get rid of grass. In the short term, yes, there is less grass, but soon it'll all grow back; we have to dig out the roots! They attempted to mow us down, but we grew back, let's uproot them, okay?


Well Alpha 1,...I have provided my ideas which can work if someone considered all the potentials, but if you still want to nuke them, you're a lost cause and I bid you farewell.



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User currently offlineAlpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 16, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 2099 times:

Lehpron, has anyone on this forum, or in the US government, talked about "nuking" thise people? You go off into shrillness that no one has even mentioned in any seriousness. Why is that?

And I read your psycho-babble. I don't want to "understand" a Bin Laden. Here's what there is to understand: he wants to kill Americans-as many as he can-men, women, even children. He doesn't care. I understand you can't negotiate with that mindset, and it does no good to understand it on the basic level. I do want to improve the lot of the people in the Middle East/Arab world, make no mistake, but as for these nuts who call for our head, you're NOT going to change their minds, so why even try? They've made up their minds, and we saw what happens when they've made up their minds like that-people die.

It's time to end the pshcyo-analysis. It's time to defend ourselves. So then, I guess I bid you farewell.



User currently offlineFLY 8 From Austria, joined Dec 2000, 329 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 2082 times:

I have to say, that I agree with Lehpron!

Alpha 1, I respect your opinion and I don´t judge wether if it´s the wrong way or the right way how the USA are trying to solve the problem.

And my opinion is: Now every military in the world is trying to get an advantage out of the situation. Just like in my country they now say that we need new fighter jets. Now the people agree with it. Before they said, no we don´t need those jets!
----> and that´s a fact!!!

The other thing is, that this war is making a lot of arab people in different countrys more and more angry.
And now the winter is coming. Hundrets or even Thousends of Afghanie will die, because they have nothing to eat or to live!
Those are innocent people.

Now imagine when the arab people see that!! They will get soooo angry.

So what do you like to do then? Those people are then also willing terrorist attacks. New terrorist groups will form.

What can we do against that? Bombing all countries with arabians?
Or better kill all arabians?

That´s something so stupid to think the war now can finish this situation.

And I think this war is just something to satisfy most of the people who want a revange.

But the US goverment knows , I really sure about that, that this is the wrong way. And they are planning something other.



yes i can handle that alone. - - -famous last words
User currently offlineGoodbye From Australia, joined Jan 2001, 913 posts, RR: 10
Reply 18, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 17 hours ago) and read 2079 times:

Lephron and Leftseat:
Well done, you are the two most informed and smart Americans I have seen here...well done...
 Smile
Ashley


User currently offlineAlpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 19, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 15 hours ago) and read 2070 times:

Burying one's head in the sand doesn't make one informed, Ashley. It just makes them naive.

User currently offlineLeftseat86 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 20, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 2054 times:

Well then I guess, in that case we should nuke everybody, eh Alpha 1?


User currently offlineAlpha 1 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 13 hours ago) and read 2051 times:

LOL, Leftseat. Again, I haven't seen anyone on here saying that. It's amazing what some people can read into what has not ever been said.

User currently offlineLehpron From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 7028 posts, RR: 21
Reply 22, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 2044 times:

Golly Alpha, I begining to like you! Big grin

You seemed to be fixated on bin Laden, tell me, when did I ever say that we should "understand bin Laden?" He's a screwball, he's done for and his time is up. I was talking about those he brainwashed that are still young and those currently innocent civilians who still live in their country near camps that cannot afford to move. They'll be the ones to snap in due course. Shrillness and seriousness is all we have right now, our days are young. Some people are still hopeful that their loved ones can be found in the WTC rubble; others are still angry, like yourself.

By the way, the nuke comment was a figure of speech - which tells me volumes about you.  Smile

...but as for these nuts who call for our head, you're NOT going to change their minds, so why even try? They've made up their minds, and we saw what happens when they've made up their minds like that-people die.

Dude wake up, how many "nuts" are there compared to those suffering? I'd say the number is 1:20000 for the whole population; how about the number of those killed on accident by our weapons by the time this conflict ends? About the same. Yes we will get rid of them, but our freedom will only last as long as it take for the innocents we injured to get thier revenge, then they become terrorists; what do we do kill them too?? Give me a break, it's an endless cycle and Bush knows it, that's why the "war" wont end.

My "pshcyo-analysis" is one attempt at a solution. No amount of emotions can bring back those who died, so keeping them near during a conflict only worsens it, hence you cannot come up with a solution, can you Alpha 1? Who said we should defend ourselves? Stop putting words in my mouth, next time quote me, okay?



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User currently offlineLeftseat86 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 2041 times:

 Smile

User currently offlineLehpron From United States of America, joined Jul 2001, 7028 posts, RR: 21
Reply 24, posted (12 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 11 hours ago) and read 2037 times:

Who said we should defend ourselves

Uh...I mean't shoudn't not should.

Who said we shouldn't defend ourselves



The meaning of life is curiosity; we were put on this planet to explore opportunities.
25 Post contains links Lehpron : From Aviation Week, though they are pretty much pro-military, I found this one: http://www.AviationNow.com/content/publication/awst/20011015/avi_edit.
26 Yazoo : Lehpron, LeftSeat, I think you are one of the most educated americans, i`ve seen in a while, i`m really proud of you guys !
27 Post contains images Leftseat86 : Thanks friend! Are you American?
28 JetService : Bush staged this to justify defense spending? Wow, he's outsmarted all of Congress, all American citizens, all the European governments and citizens,
29 Leftseat86 : Almost smarter than the terrorists themselves! I always wondered what he had in that big head of his...
30 Post contains images Yazoo : Leftseat86 , probably more american than you are
31 JetService : Here I thought the military choose to avoid swift bomb-and-run warfare in favor of a methodical, well-thought-out campaign with coordinated bombing ra
32 Post contains images Leftseat86 : I don't know about that buddy, unless you consider California as a country on it's own!
33 Post contains images Leftseat86 : Have you seriously changed your opinion? or are you just jokeing? Your a nice guy, and very open on all issues, thats why I respect you.
34 Post contains images JetService : Leftseat, I was being facetious. I was giving my opinion on why the war is taking time and the N. Alliance is not being utilized like one would think.
35 Post contains images Leftseat86 : Thanks,
36 Post contains images Yazoo : french father, MAYBE american mother, living in France, that makes you over 60 % french ... which makes you 40 % american...
37 Post contains images Leftseat86 : My mom is actually half Japanese! She was born in Connecticut, and lived her whole life in the States... I just moved from Los Angeles to Toulouse Fra
38 Post contains images Yazoo : lol now you`re at 20 % ! keep going !! ... just kidding man ! when are you coming back ?
39 Post contains images Lehpron : I'm back! Thank you for your comments Yazoo and I give thanks to Lefty for being here as well. I just wish that one day Alpha 1 could become just as A
40 Post contains images Alpha 1 : You attempt at humor is quite admirable, Lephron, but the fact is I don't believe what you put forth on this thread. That doesn't make me less an Amer
41 Indianguy : The US DOES want to get rid of the Taleban and put a new administration in its place. With the oil and gas resources in Central Asia, there is too muc
42 Post contains images JetService : Indianguy, so where does the 6,000 dead Americans fit into your equation?
43 Alpha 1 : JetService, I forgot about Indianguy-he vanished for a while. People like Indianguy, ADG, Hepkat, et al, don't have any solutions except for saying we
44 Post contains images Leftseat86 : So blowing up a few tents in Afghanistan will solve this terrorism problem? At look at us now! We live like idiots! Unbelieveable security at airports
45 Alpha 1 : Ok, Leftseat, go get some terrorists, then. Geez, you make it sound like a piece of cake.
46 Leftseat86 : I know it's not a peice of cake, besides my last was a dumb post, I'll admit that. But Bombing Afghanistan will not make these guys go away...
47 Greeneyes53787 : I only read the initial question. The responses I have not read. But I must say that the question sounds uninformed. Certainly this idea that a quote
48 Alpha 1 : Not bombing Afghanistan won't make these guys go away. Not bombing them will make them even more emboldened because they will feel we're weak and won'
49 Lehpron : Dear Alpha 1, I hope I did not offend you too much with the "American" comment, it was a pure joke and you ARE entitled to your opinion. It is just th
50 Dasa : My Sentiments exactly Lehpron, you couldn't have put it better...unfortunately, people like Alpha 1 cannot take constructive criticism, or even accept
51 Leftseat86 : Quite to the contrary Dasa, I think Alpha 1 is good at holdinng a proper argument, he just believes very strongly in his opinion. We can't critisize h
52 Post contains images Bove : So if an American agrees with the hijackers and whipped-up, hysterical Arab and Muslim public that terrorist acts are a legitimate form of political e
53 Leftseat86 : Look at it Bove! We aren't attacking anyone that is truly responsible for the attacks!?!! Terrorists are everywhere! They were sitting right here unde
54 Post contains images Bove : The Arab and Muslim press were/are very quick to denounce the US action in Afghanistan as immoral, imperialist, aimed at Muslims in general, etc... in
55 Alpha 1 : You folks seem to think that this current offensive in Afghanistan is the end-all, be-all of this campaign. This is NOT going to be another two-month
56 Post contains images Lehpron : So if an American agrees with the hijackers and whipped-up, hysterical Arab and Muslim public that terrorist acts are a legitimate form of political e
57 Indianguy : Appeasement? Hell! you did respond to my earlier post on Terrorism didn t you? Then how can u say that i believe in appeasement of terrorists! Infact
58 Alpha 1 : India has nuclear weapons, too, Indianguy. And guess what? I'm a Democrat, who FULLY supports this Republican administration on this matter. Pakistan
59 Post contains images Leftseat86 : Call me when you find Ben Laden...
60 BarfBag : Pakistan has given the US more public support than India. That's not to say India hasn't supported the US, it has, but Pakistan has taken some hard li
61 Go Canada! : Well i really do pity some people on this site. as normal alpha one speaks sense and the others respond like monkeys. they seem to have very selective
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