|Quoting N751PR (reply 21):|
As silly as it may sound, maybe its time we at least support the CIA
|Quoting JGPH1A (reply 22):|
If the CIA is conducting these flights to transport suspects overseas beyond the reach of US courts, then surely it is the duty of every citizen to expose and resist this. The CIA like everyone else is subject to the law, and suspects apprehended by them must receive due process - if not, why fight so hard to protect "freedom" and "democracy" ?
|Quoting Newark777 (reply 4):|
|Quoting JGPH1A (reply 22):|
If the CIA is conducting these flights to transport suspects overseas beyond the reach of US courts, then surely it is the duty of every citizen to expose and resist this. The CIA like everyone else is subject to the law, and suspects apprehended by them must receive due process - if not, why fight so hard to protect "freedom" and "democracy" ? Why not just accept a fascist dictatorship in the name of "the war on tourism" (as GWB so eloquently puts it) ?
|Quoting Flyibaby (reply 16):|
seriously though...anyone ever keep track of the 737s that are painted white with a red stripe that run about every hour between LAS and Area 51? I know they file some wierd plan and then fall off radar after they pass the mountains to the west of LAS.
|Quoting Bennett123 (reply 30):|
I would tell you how many X was, but that is secret and I would have to kill you. Sorry, but rules are rules.
|Quoting NASCARAirforce (reply 18):|
Is the CIA getting mad at us because they want to be the only one doing illegal activities?
|Quoting KaiGywer (reply 23):|
While we are on this topic, why is it ok to run the N-number on a plane, and find out who owns it and where they live, but you can't do the same on a car's license plate.
|Quoting LTBEWR (reply 29):|
Another 9/11 attack could destroy the USA as we know it. That in turn could lead to a worldwide economic depression not seen since the 1920's and 1930's or open war like WWII
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