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    Re: Obama backs Bush: No rights for Bagram prisoners

    Whoever heard of a war without prisoners? Even the Cold War had its prisoners. Prisoners of war deserve prisoner of war status. That's it. No lawyers...not American constitution....and no global audience who have absolutely nothing at stake because they are far removed sitting on plush couches gaining all their "intel" from CNN or FOX instead of cracking a ****ing book.

    I've stated this before.....the best thing a military man can do on the battlefield is to kill the terrorists where they stand. Holding him for trial will only see the world encourage his freedom so that the military man has to fight him again. And oh yeah....it spares America the critic's BS.

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    Re: Obama backs Bush: No rights for Bagram prisoners

    Well, he was voted in based on the economy. And he knows he will get another 4 years based on this.
    I'm predicting a massive failure on the economic front for Obama, thus I do not feel it's likely he'll be re-elected, but this depends on the GOP's ability to field a viable candidate in 2012 whose modus operandi isn't simply trying to outwhore the Democrats. Either way, the future looks bleak...

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    Re: Obama backs Bush: No rights for Bagram prisoners

    Quote Originally Posted by Ethereal View Post
    I'm predicting a massive failure on the economic front for Obama, thus I do not feel it's likely he'll be re-elected, but this depends on the GOP's ability to field a viable candidate in 2012 whose modus operandi isn't simply trying to outwhore the Democrats. Either way, the future looks bleak...
    Quite possibly.

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    Re: Obama backs Bush: No rights for Bagram prisoners

    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    Regardless of whether the attacks against Obama are justified or based on actual substance anymore, what's the point? When I go into a thread and immediately see the usual "I guess this is the CHANGE we HOPED for" or "Thou shalt not question the Messiah!" along with the usual line of litanies using "lefty," and "liberal" and nearly half of posts ending with ever insightful "FAIL", well, if the shoe were on the other foot would you bother participating anymore?
    What do you think the threads were like the last 8 years? Hmmmm?
    Climate, changes. It takes a particularly uneducated population to buy into the idea that it's their fault climate is changing and further political solutions can fix it.



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    Re: Obama backs Bush: No rights for Bagram prisoners

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    What do you think the threads were like the last 8 years? Hmmmm?
    Well, if that's your thing, have fun with it. Just don't be surprised if no one who wants to discuss anything maturely ever gets involved.

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