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post #41 of 46

The scumbag died like the coward he was. I hope this gives comfort to the families of the fallen. And may that bearded rich boy crusader rot in H#ll!

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Originally Posted by alblancher View Post

Gene,

 

Just to let you and Bear know that I agree with the premise of your posts.

 

We are better then they are, we need to act like it.  Terrorist or not we don't desecrate the bodies of the dead, it is beneath us to do that.

 

Clean, surgical, business like is what we want from the teams assigned to fight terrorism.  No big deal, we will hunt you down and kill you in the middle of the night.  It won't be a fair fight, you will wake up thinking you hear the wind outside your window and die with the vision of an American pointing his weapon at your head.  We will walk away quietly, shake the hands of our team members and begin looking for the next SOB that wants to harm the citizens of the United States of America.  You do not celebrate when you kill vermin, it is your job and you act accordingly. 

 

Al

 

 



 Well said Al..........A big job well done to our troops....

post #43 of 46

The United States is inhabited by vengeance loving culture.  Japan learned that in 1945.  Osama learned that a few days ago.  We recognize no statute of limitations on revenge.  We don't rest until justice is served, with much interest.  When you attack US soil, The entire country mobilizes to the cause.  We will kill you, your children, your pets, and your mailman - and anyone who happens to be standing in the way of that goal.  We level cities, remove governments, and bring economic ruin to our enemies. 

 

Whether this is a good thing, or a bad thing is something for the academics to sort out.  It is simply the way of things.

 

I am glad to see Osama to justice, because it sets an example for others like him.  Some are concerned about acts of reciprocity.  To me it seems that the goal of these organizations has always been to wage war against those who are different from themselves.  If we leave them alone, it is a kindness that will only be repaid with violence.

 

Either way, he was only a single cog in the machine.  This isn't over, for either side.  We should act like we've been here before, because if there's one thing America knows how to do, it's take out the trash.

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A vengeance loving culture? And you back that up with WWII? Japan was an ongoing threat to our existence, Islamic extremists have the capability to massacre U.S citizens if left unchecked. Both groups attacked our country on our country's soil. Explain to me how taking the fight to the enemy that attacked you rather than letting acts of agresion go unresponded counts as being vengeful? And for the record, extremist pigs kill indiscriminately. Our boys kill combatants. As far as reciprocity is concerned they can bring it. In 2001 these little flys weren't on our radar. Have they carried out a righteous attack since 9?11? No. Thats because smelly scumbag primitive a holes have no chance against red blooded americans. I'm done. Oh and... we don't like trolls around here, I guess I shouldn't be feeding one.
 

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The United States is inhabited by vengeance loving culture.  Japan learned that in 1945.  Osama learned that a few days ago.  We recognize no statute of limitations on revenge.  We don't rest until justice is served, with much interest.  When you attack US soil, The entire country mobilizes to the cause.  We will kill you, your children, your pets, and your mailman - and anyone who happens to be standing in the way of that goal.  We level cities, remove governments, and bring economic ruin to our enemies. 

 

Whether this is a good thing, or a bad thing is something for the academics to sort out.  It is simply the way of things.

 

I am glad to see Osama to justice, because it sets an example for others like him.  Some are concerned about acts of reciprocity.  To me it seems that the goal of these organizations has always been to wage war against those who are different from themselves.  If we leave them alone, it is a kindness that will only be repaid with violence.

 

Either way, he was only a single cog in the machine.  This isn't over, for either side.  We should act like we've been here before, because if there's one thing America knows how to do, it's take out the trash.



 

post #46 of 46

Ok, it's been done and it's over. I'm locking this thread, there is no need to for political debate on this forum. Thank you for understanding my position. Smoke On.


Edited by richoso1 - 5/6/11 at 10:39am
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