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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Good, where were the marches then?
    Some marches should have been organized perhaps, but they weren't. This latest attack certainly inspired 40 leaders from around the world to attend in a show of faith and force. Obama or a rep should have been there as well.
    France gets the same treatment they, and the rest of the world, gave us after 9/11. A phone call and the best of luck fighting terrorism now that they acknowledge it is there. Do you disagree with the US doing what other countries did during America's 9/11?
    This is more than the French. They have been anti American for years, as have many European nations. But that was foolish and petty and should now be ignored. There are more important things to deal with than small minded slights from the past. In fact Obama said this.
    France is America's oldest ally, and has stood shoulder to shoulder with the United States in the fight against terrorists who threaten our shared security and the world. Time and again, the French people have stood up for the universal values that generations of our people have defended. France, and the great city of Paris where this outrageous attack took place, offer the world a timeless example that will endure well beyond the hateful vision of these killers. We are in touch with French officials and I have directed my Administration to provide any assistance needed to help bring these terrorists to justice."
    I did no such thing. I have held the position that Obama did the same thing France did during 9/11.
    Again you are right. I checked back and it was Thorgasm.
    I've seen the quote in context. Have you? Here it is: Takes an entirely different meaning, doesn't it?
    Yes, it does. He spoke those words to the UN while claiming Benghazi was caused by a Youtube video. I doubt Hollande will make the same claim.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    Some marches should have been organized perhaps, but they weren't.
    You know, continuing to show your ignorance ISN'T helpful:

    Outrage and Sadness — The Murder of Theo Van Gogh — Crime Library

    The murder of Theo Van Gogh sparked a firestorm of outrage among citizens throughout the Netherlands. On the night of the brutal killing approximately 20,000 people gathered in central Amsterdam's Dam Square to pay tribute to Theo and show support for freedom of speech by making noise for seven minutes. According to Expatica.com, the public came equipped with "horns, drums, pots and pans and anything that could generate a 'racket,'" which they used to express their anger at the tragedy. The seven minutes of noise was followed by a two-minute vigil of silence. The massive turn out at the rally was evidence that the Dutch were not going to accept being bullied into keeping silent or accept the murder of those who speak their mind.
    As I asked: WHERE WERE THESE WORLD LEADERS THEN? Listen, you can bull**** around the yard as much as you'd like, and I can keep catching you slip. However, you've yet to answer a simple question: Where were all these world leaders the last 14 years when the US fought this war with mostly Canada and the UK? Nowhere to be seen.Their rhetoric means nothing to me at this point. Maybe you're the type of person they put it on the display for? I'm sure Gruber described that kind not too long ago. It's on the tip of my tongue. Do you remember what words he used?
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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by poweRob View Post
    Just as there's a reason the Klan supports repubs I suppose.
    I dont see the right advocating anything for the KKK, while the left advocates for hamas. You guys are always on the wrong side. Always.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    Why do you dislike our allies?
    He's not a team player.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by JANFU View Post
    That law was repealed.
    Yep, thanks to conservative Mark Steyn after he was hauled in front of the board for daring to criticize Muslims.

    The election of Harper as PM didn't hurt either.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    oh my god oh my god!!!!!!

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    Yep, thanks to conservative Mark Steyn after he was hauled in front of the board for daring to criticize Muslims.

    The election of Harper as PM didn't hurt either.
    They went shopping for a Tribunal. 1 problem is once accused you are footing the bill, while those that make the allegations do not incur any costs.
    That said the Tribunals such as in Ontario were going overboard.
    Lastly- they do serve a purpose. Problems that a person cannot afford to go to court can be addressed thru these tribunals. So they serve a valuable purpose.
    Still they need to be reined in somewhat.
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    Hillary is the only defense I or anyone else needs.
    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Not once have I showed my dick to a woman and she thought it was creepy. In fact, in 100% of the cases, they were pretty excited about it. I don't know who you're showing your **** too.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by JANFU View Post
    They went shopping for a Tribunal. 1 problem is once accused you are footing the bill, while those that make the allegations do not incur any costs.
    That said the Tribunals such as in Ontario were going overboard.
    Lastly- they do serve a purpose. Problems that a person cannot afford to go to court can be addressed thru these tribunals. So they serve a valuable purpose.
    Still they need to be reined in somewhat.
    The accusers (Muslims) filed complaints in every jurisdiction they could find. Ontario had no jurisdiction, so they had to bow out. Even after bowing out and never hearing any testimony, they threw their two cents in and were roundly criticized throughout Canada for it.

    Steyn stated publicly that he wanted them to rule against him so he could take it to the Supreme Court.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    The accusers (Muslims) filed complaints in every jurisdiction they could find. Ontario had no jurisdiction, so they had to bow out. Even after bowing out and never hearing any testimony, they threw their two cents in and were roundly criticized throughout Canada for it.

    Steyn stated publicly that he wanted them to rule against him so he could take it to the Supreme Court.
    Nope
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    Hillary is the only defense I or anyone else needs.
    Quote Originally Posted by apdst View Post
    Not once have I showed my dick to a woman and she thought it was creepy. In fact, in 100% of the cases, they were pretty excited about it. I don't know who you're showing your **** too.

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    Re: Terror Attack In Paris

    Quote Originally Posted by JANFU View Post
    The article repeats exactly what I said.

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