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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Then why have we installed so many Hussein's in the world?
    Hey, don't ask me, I voted for Romney. Not that he would have been much better, but he couldn't be this bad.
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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony60 View Post
    Hey, don't ask me, I voted for Romney. Not that he would have been much better, but he couldn't be this bad.
    Too funny!
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    Too funny!
    Too funny? How could Romney possible be worse?

    In fact more Americans have now come to realize that Romney would have made a better President, but it's too late for that now.

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Too funny? How could Romney possible be worse?

    In fact more Americans have now come to realize that Romney would have made a better President, but it's too late for that now.
    Obviously you haven't the historic perspective between Tony and I or you would have thought it funny as well.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    Dictator appeaser.
    And that is you displaying enormous amounts of ignorance.
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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    US Government has appeased dictators forever, including Saddam Hussein until he decided he had a better idea for his oil.

    Over the last century, the United States government has often provided, and continues to provide today, financial assistance, arms, and technical support to numerous authoritarian regimes across the world. A variety of reasons have been provided to justify the apparent contradictions between support for dictators and the democratic ideals expressed in the American constitution.[1]

    Latin America

    Porfirio Díaz (Mexico) (1876–1911)[10]
    Institutional Revolutionary Party (Mexico) (1929–2000)[11]
    Juan Vicente Gómez (Venezuela) (1908–35)[12]
    Manuel Estrada Cabrera (Guatemala) (1898–1920)[13]
    Jorge Ubico (Guatemala) (1931–44)[13]
    Fulgencio Batista (Cuba) (1952–59)[14]
    Rafael Trujillo (Dominican Republic) (1930–61)[15]
    Efraín Ríos Montt and the rest of the military junta in Guatemala (1954-86)[16][17]
    Revolutionary Government Junta of El Salvador (1979–82)[18]
    Hugo Banzer (Bolivia) (1971–78, 1997–2001)[19]
    National Reorganization Process (Argentina) (1976–83)[20]
    Brazilian military government (1964–85)[21]
    Somoza family (Nicaragua) (1936–79)[22]
    François Duvalier (Haiti) (1957–71)[23]
    Jean-Claude Duvalier (Haiti) (1971–86)[23]
    Omar Torrijos (Panama) (1968–81)[24]
    Manuel Noriega (Panama) (1983–89)[24]
    Alfredo Stroessner (Paraguay) (1954–89)[25]
    Augusto Pinochet (Chile) (1973–90)[26]
    So because of this, you support dictators. Got it.

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by US Conservative View Post
    So because of this, you support dictators. Got it.
    How do you derive that from that post?
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    US Government has appeased dictators forever, including Saddam Hussein until he decided he had a better idea for his oil.

    Over the last century, the United States government has often provided, and continues to provide today, financial assistance, arms, and technical support to numerous authoritarian regimes across the world. A variety of reasons have been provided to justify the apparent contradictions between support for dictators and the democratic ideals expressed in the American constitution.[1]

    Latin America

    Porfirio Díaz (Mexico) (1876–1911)[10]
    Institutional Revolutionary Party (Mexico) (1929–2000)[11]
    Juan Vicente Gómez (Venezuela) (1908–35)[12]
    Manuel Estrada Cabrera (Guatemala) (1898–1920)[13]
    Jorge Ubico (Guatemala) (1931–44)[13]
    Fulgencio Batista (Cuba) (1952–59)[14]
    Rafael Trujillo (Dominican Republic) (1930–61)[15]
    Efraín Ríos Montt and the rest of the military junta in Guatemala (1954-86)[16][17]
    Revolutionary Government Junta of El Salvador (1979–82)[18]
    Hugo Banzer (Bolivia) (1971–78, 1997–2001)[19]
    National Reorganization Process (Argentina) (1976–83)[20]
    Brazilian military government (1964–85)[21]
    Somoza family (Nicaragua) (1936–79)[22]
    François Duvalier (Haiti) (1957–71)[23]
    Jean-Claude Duvalier (Haiti) (1971–86)[23]
    Omar Torrijos (Panama) (1968–81)[24]
    Manuel Noriega (Panama) (1983–89)[24]
    Alfredo Stroessner (Paraguay) (1954–89)[25]
    Augusto Pinochet (Chile) (1973–90)[26]
    You obviously haven't examined the reality behind this cut and paste or you would never have posted it.

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    You obviously haven't examined the reality behind this cut and paste or you would never have posted it.
    And what's it called when you provide a link? You've been confused from day one on US interference in Latin America. And you think that because you sell dream vacations out of CR, you've got some expertise in Latin American/US relations, lol. Stop wasting time.
    Killing one person is murder, killing 100,000 is foreign policy

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    Re: Bill Clinton: "I could have killed" Osama bin Laden.

    Quote Originally Posted by Montecresto View Post
    And what's it called when you provide a link? You've been confused from day one on US interference in Latin America. And you think that because you sell dream vacations out of CR, you've got some expertise in Latin American/US relations, lol. Stop wasting time.
    I've spent much of the last 20 years in Latin America, speak Spanish, and know the people well. You know nothing, and it shows.

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